by Ellek Máthé
- Give each student a picture (their topic can be anything).
- Ask them to write a sentence about the picture they have, but in a way so that it shouldn't be very easy to guess which picture the sentence is about. Stress that the sentence must be true.
- Ask the students to hand their pictures over to their neighbour on the right and write a sentence about their new picture.
- Continue until everybody's had each picture.
- Put all the pictures on the wall/board and ask the students to read one of their sentences. If the others can't guess which picture it's about, he/she gets a point.
- You can also practise grammar with this activity by requiring students to use a certain structure, for example "There is/are ...".
You can also take these descriptions home and get valuable data on the common mistakes in your group.
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