Students answer questions about what other students are doing.
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Originally submitted by Patrick Bickford on Oct 28, 2009.
- Ask for six outgoing student volunteers and bring them to the front of the classroom. Give each one of them a picture card and tell them to act out their picture.
- Then, ask the class questions about what the six students are doing: What is Student A doing? Is Student B playing a PSP?
- Finally, have the students who are sitting write in their notebooks about what the students holding the cards are doing.
- Rotate cards and students so that everyone has a chance to write in their notebooks.
- You might attach easy but fake name tags to their chests to make things more interesting: baka, poochi, yasui, etc.
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