If a sentence is false, what the correct answer is. Talk to your partner(s).
Preparation and Tips for Teachers
Put learners in pairs or groups.
Share the task with the learners.
Ask the learners to read the sentences and decide if they are true or false.
If a sentence is false, ask the learners to correct it.
Check the answers with the whole class.
Use a projector to do the task as a whole class activity OR
Provide tablets for groups of learners to do the task in groups.
Use a computer to share the task online (by clicking the link:ACTIVITY 1)
If needed, watch the video again.
To make the activity more communicative, encourage the learners to discuss the answers before clicking the true or false button.
In an online class, learners can share their answers in the chatroom before the teacher revealsthe answer on the screen.
Answers when relevant
Mandy cooked dinner with her mum. – False (She cooked lunch.)
Mandy was at home yesterday. – True
Lisa went to the zoo yesterday. – True
Will and Mike had pasta for lunch. – False (They had pizza.)
Will played with Mike yesterday. – False (Will said that he played with Mike, but he just invented the story.)
Mike has got a dog. – False
Mike was at home yesterday. – True
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