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British Council English Teachers Guide

British Council English Teachers Guide

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Find someone who...(activities which focus on specific structures and

involve the whole class)

Example: ‘Find someone in this class who can: play a musical instrument;
speak another language; dance; cook an Italian meal; play chess; say the
alphabet backwards in English; drive a car.’

Questionnaires(like those in teen magazines)

Example:‘Are you adventurous or over-cautious?’
What would you do if: a) ...? b) ...? c) ...?’

You can focus on a structure and vocabulary area. Students have a plan to

follow. They complete the questionnaire for their partner then do the

scoring. This is a very controlled way of giving speaking practice and it

appeals to teenagers.

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