Green Card Role Play (2nd Set of Questions)
2nd set of questions - in case you have a large group and want to avoid boredom. In this role play we’re gonna pretend to go to a Green Card Interview. We’ll need three characters: A wife, a husband and an immigrations officer. Great for practising asking and answering past simple and continuous questions.
If you've seen the movie Green Card with Gérard Depardieu and Andie MacDowell, you know that immigrants sometimes marry US citizens to get a green card to be able to stay and work in the States, and they have to pass an interview where they prove their marriage is real.
Pair up students (husband-wife) and have them meet an immigrations officer separately. Before the interview they have 10 minutes to prepare their story together. They'll be asked 10 questions. In the interview both students have to tell the exact same story, because if the officer finds 3 differences in their stories, the wife will be deported back to her native country.
Level: Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1)
Student Type: adult, high school
Grammar focus: Past simple & continuous
Material Type: activity & games, role plays & drama (acting, theater games, improvisation)
Tags: immigration, immigrants, US, green card
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Upload date: November 28, 2010
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