November 9

Making questions

Spanish students find questions difficult, thanks to those great auxiliary verbs we like to stick in and any extra practice is a good idea.  The simplest way is an information share – in which students work in pairs and each has half the information which the other doesn’t.

For lower levels you can use personal information, as shown in this activity.

For higher levels, you can use factual information about a historical event or character, and could then discuss the event or person.

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Posted November 9, 2010 by Teresa Bestwick in category Speaking

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