The homework is due July 5
at the beginning of class
Prepare to play the following roles in the game:
Presenter – the presenter must introduce the game. For example: “Goodafternoon ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to The Dating Game...” Thepresenter must also close the game. For example: “Well that’s all. Wehope you enjoyed The Dating Game.” The presenter must also promptthe contestant. For example, “Bachelor #1 doesn’t seem to have ananswer and time is running out. Please ask another question.”2.Contestant- the contestant must prepare:a.A description of your character for the presenter to read at thebeginning of the game. Use vocabulary from your word lists.
4 questions to ask the bachelors/bachelorettes. For example: “What‘s your favorite place to go on a date?” “What type of girl/guy do youlike?”
You may not ask, “What is your blood type?”
Usequestions from the prints you have used in your lessons.3.Bachelor/bachelorette – the bachelor/bachelorette must preparea description his or her character for the presenter to read at the end of the game. The bachelor/bachelorette must prepare answers forquestions the contestant
ask. Review the prints used in yourlessons.Each of the roles above should have an interesting character. Use yourimagination. Your grade will be decided depending on how imaginative youare. Think of an accent for your character, for example: a Tennessee accent,an English accent, a Jamaican accent, a Rapper accent. On the game dayyou may wear a mask or a costume if you want. The more imaginative youare the better your grade will be and the more fun you will have.
You must prepare all the roles in the game.