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GRAMMAR: 'Which' question

EXAMPLE: Which fruit do you like, apples or oranges?

DATE ADDED: Jan 26, 2011

 

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10-15 min.

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Brief Outline: Students interview each other, asking questions using the question word 'which'. They ask three questions to each student and record the answers they receive.

 

Materials Needed:

 

Detailed Explanation:

  1. After giving out one B5 sheet to each student, they should stand up and find someone to interview.
  2. They ask the first question marked start. They listen to the answer and follow the corresponding arrow to find the next question.
  3. They repeat this until they have asked three questions. Then they will get to an oval box. If they don't already have a name in that particular box, they write the name of the student they are interviewing in the box.
  4. Students try to get one name in each of the eight boxes within the time limit determined by the ALT/JTE.

 

Tips/Cautions:

  • Make sure students are able to read the question and that they know the answer, "I like..."

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