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Explanation: Using two different colors of cards or papers makes it easier to divide the class into questioners and answerers. When all the students with yellow cards have questioned all the students with pink cards, switch lines so that the students asking questions have pink cards. NOTE: Before doing the line-ups, you may want to do a sample card on the board so that the students know what is expected of them. Ask them how to fill in the blanks. 6 PAST REVIEW 1. QUESTIONNAIRE (Present /Past perfect) Materials: Dynamic: Time: Procedure: Worksheet 20 Pairs 25 minutes 1.
The students supply the past form. 2. Put students into groups of five or six. Give each group a sentence to begin their story. Going around in their circle, the students each add a sentence to their story, using their verb. The stories may be serious or funny, but they should make some sort of sense. Example: Starting sentence: Student 1: Student 2: Student 3: 3. 28 Yesterday, I decided to go to the park. I saw an old man sitting on a bench. The old man was reading a newspaper. The newspaper fell off the bench when the old man got up.
3. ” In order to choose from the suspect list, the detective will have to decide who is the best (most believable or accurate) witness and rely most heavily on that witness’ information. NOTE: There is no right answer. The most logical suspect based on the given information is John Peters, but if the students can come up with good reasons for another suspect, their answer should be accepted. This activity is meant to be open-ended. The students decide which testimony has the most validity. 4. MEMORY ROUND Materials: A 3” x 5” card per student, with a verb in past tense written on each Dynamic: Whole class Time: 20 minutes Procedure: 1.