This lesson is about the people in the room and can be use with a variety of levels. Students are given the opportunity to talk about themselves as they develop their ability to ask and answer questions. The focus is on accurate question formation through discussion, peer-correction and student interviews.

Asking questions

Topic:   Question forms; asking and answering questionsTime:   75 minutes (possibly more with extension activities)

Aims: To develop the students’ ability to form questions• To give students practice in asking and answering questions• To promote learner autonomy by encouraging students to analyse language with a focus on form, meaning and pronunciation.

Introduction

This lesson is about the people in the room and can be use with a variety of levels. Students are given the opportunity to talk about themselves as they develop their ability to ask and answer questions. The focus is on accurate question formation through discussion, peer-correction and student interviews.

There are no materials to prepare for this lesson.

However, the students will need the following: a pen, a pencil, and lined paper.

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