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Question16CorrectMark 5.00 out of 5.00Flag questionMatch the name of an activity with an example of the activity.Students stand in the middle of the class. Theyare asked to talk with at least four differentpeople. They should find out the other students’favorite musical instruments and their favoritetypes of music. They should ask any questions
needed to be sure they understand the answers.For example, they may have to ask if theirpartners prefer current rock music or rock musicof the 1990s.Students work in groups of three. One is theclerk in a clothing store. One is a youngcustomer looking for a new dress. The third is
the parent who will pay for the dress. They usepictures to represent the dresses and act out theconversation.After looking at application forms for renting anapartment that serve as models, students
complete applications with their owninformation.Students are given two maps of a town. Themaps are not identical. Each map has somebuildings without labels. Students ask each otherquestions to label all buildingsIn groups of four, students look at pictures offamous actors. They assign numbers 1-5 todecide who is the most talented actor of the five.They must persuade each other and reach agroup conclusion.Information Gap ActivityThe correct answer is: Students stand in the middle of the class. They are asked to talk with at least four different people. They shouldfind out the other students’ favorite musical instruments and their favorite types of music. They should ask any questions needed to besure they understand the answers. For example, they may have to ask if their partners prefer current rock music or rock music of the1990s. – Mingle, Students work in groups of three. One is the clerk in a clothing store. One is a young customer looking for a newdress. The third is the parent who will pay for the dress. They use pictures to represent the dresses and act out the conversation. – RolePlay, After looking at application forms for renting an apartment that serve as models, students complete applications with their owninformation. – Form filling – a product writing exercise, Students are given two maps of a town. The maps are not identical. Each maphas some buildings without labels. Students ask each other questions to label all buildings – Information Gap Activity, In groups of four,students look at pictures of famous actors. They assign numbers 1-5 to decide who is the most talented actor of the five. They mustpersuade each other and reach a group conclusion. – Ranking ActivityRanking Activity
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