Ask the learners to reorder the words in the questions given and write them intheir notebook. Ask the learners to take it in turns to ask and answer the questions.
Remind the learners of the use of sentence stress that they practised in Activity 3
Check the activity 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 ACTIVITY 4
During doing the online activity, learners can be asked to write the correct questionsin their notebook.
After doing the online activity, ask the learners
to pay attention to their partner’s answers.
monitor learners’ use of the language for error correction.
Nominate some learners to share with the class what they have learnt about their partner(s).
Fast finishers can be asked to write 2-3 sentences about their partner based on their answers.
As a follow-up activity, learners can write sentences about their partner.
it is possible to switch templates using the same content by clicking one of the templates (e.g. Anagram) on the right of the screen.
all the words in a sentence need to flash in the same colour for the sentence to be correct
Answers when relevant
How old are you?
Is your favourite subject maths? (Is English your favourite subject? is also correct grammatically.)
Is your favourite subject music? (Is PE your favourite subject? is also correct grammatically.)
Are you good at sport?
Are you good at English?
Are you good at numbers?
The BOOST Project (Building Open Online Series for Teaching) aims to improve the digital readiness of teachers of English as a foreign language to students aged 8 -14 by providing an open-access series of engaging native-speaker content videos linked with a Resource Pack of ready-made activities to stimulate production of the language in online learning.