Famous Infinitives

Students choose a famous star and, in pairs, ask each other questions to determine which star they have chosen.

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Originally submitted by Sandy Dennis / Roger Parker on Feb 10, 2009.

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

-After handing out the worksheet, have the students form pairs and secretly choose a star from th worksheet. The stars on the worksheet are: Shun Oguri, Yoshio Kojima, Harry Potter and Godzilla. (Roger Parkers version is Abe Shinzou, Wakabayashi & Kasuga (From the "comedy" group called Odori), Doraemon and Stitch)
- After determining which student goes first, they ask each other questions to determine which start their partner chose. For example, if a student chose Godzilla and was asked, "Do you have anything to drink," the student would respond, "Yes, I do." Then, it's the other student's turn to ask their partner.
- When a student thinks they know who their partner has become, they ask their partner, "Are you ~ ?"
- Have the students repeat this activity 2-3 times, possibly changing partners for the second and third rounds.
- (Roger Parker's version only) After a few games, finish by writing two sentences.

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JHS_Textbook_Game_FamousInfinitives.doc

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Estimated time: 15-30 min

Submitted by: Englipedia Archive

March 14, 2019

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