Random Speaking Activity

Wh~ questions in English are great. Once students know how to use them they can practice asking and answering questions.

This activity gives each student a question dice. They roll the dice make up a question ask and answer with their partner. While all this happens the  teacher monitors the classroom and helps out students who are struggling.

A great practice activity and usable by any level of student.

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