Students write 3 true statements and 1 false statement about their lives using present perfect tense. Other students must guess which is the false statement.
Archived from Englipedia.
Originally submitted by Norm Cook on Apr 14, 2014.
- Hand out worksheets and go over the grammar. I recommend presenting your own answers to the given questions and having the students repeat your answers for pronunciation practice.
- Students try to complete step one. Don't forget to write the name of your schools city in number 1
- Practice reading the clauses in the box for step 2.
- Instruct the students to write 3 true sentences about themselves using those clauses for a guide, but allowing students to write anything else they can come up with if they so choose.
- Students write one lie.
- Do a demonstration with a volunteer, having all students write the volunteers name in the blank. The volunteer reads his/her 4 sentences and the rest of the class tries to guess the lie.
- Release students to try to guess classmates' lies.
- During the demonstration, you'll have to announce the letter designations. I recommend writing huge letters: A B C D on the board. Call out "A!" and motion for the student to recite their first sentence. Then call out "B!" and motion for the next statement. And so on.
Sign in or register an account to leave a comment.