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Originally submitted by Patrick Bickford on Mar 6, 2008.
Split the class into small groups. Groups of 3 is suggested for large classes but depending on your class and the environment of your class, you may want to change this.
Then, you need to setup the scenario for the students. Tell them their current school is the principal's school but they are going to create their own school with their own school's name, principal, classes, etc.
After you hand out the worksheet and the students have a chance to oohh and aahh over the cool worksheet and the funny picture in the upper righthand corner, have them listen to a mock conversation you do with your JTE. It's important to jazz up the answers so have JTE ask you the questions. I did this activity recently and the conversation went like this:
Then, have the students spend 5-10 minutes answering the background questions at the top of the worksheet.
Next, comes the point of the entire lesson. The students must create the school rules at their dream school for teachers, boys and girls. This area should push the limits of their English skills to the limit but by this time you/JTE have already setup a fun and imaginative scenario so it's easy to push their limits.