Board Game - Ask a Question (Easy)

PhilipR 2010-01-09 13:41:28

With this board game, students will practice asking questions. On each square, a question word or the beginning of a question is given. Students now ask the correct question, or else... Other students can then answer the question (either chosen at random or by the ´asker´). Especially suitable for smaller groups. (For bigger groups you could print more copies and split the class into groups, making sure to appoint a ´teacher´s assistant´). Have fun!

This printable, downloadable handout is a great resource for high school and elementary school at Elementary (A1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. It is valuable for consolidating Questions (interrogative) in English, and is excellent for honing your groups' Listening and Speaking skills. The solutions are provided, too.
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Upload date: 2010-01-09 13:41:28

Author: PhilipR

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