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Sentence Transformation - Ss are given one or two sentences and they must create a sentence which retains the meaning of the original, using the target language. For example: I spoke to the woman. The woman is a police offer. The woman…, Open-ended questions - Ss are asked questions that are broad in nature and enable them to use the TL as they desire., Error Correction - Ss are given sentences and must spot and correct any mistakes, Role Plays - Ss are given a role (as scaffolded as needed) and interact with their partner using any language they can to achieve their goals. For example, two colleagues having an ‘argument’ about their latest project to practice polite disagreement., Jumbled Sentences - Ss are given sentences cut up in chunks, and they must put it in the correct order., Gap Fill - Ss are given a group of words that fit into a worksheet with spaces provided., Sorting - Ss are given a list of verbs and must categorize them into two groups, regular or irregular, Gallery Walk - Ss must walk around the classroom to see different images/questions/prompts and complete a task such as choosing their favorite and justifying their answer to a partner., Find Someone Who... - Ss are given skeleton sentences and they must mingle and ask the appropriate questions and record their classmates’ answers. For example: Find someone who… go/holiday/every year  “Do you go on holiday every year?”, Discussion Questions - Ss are given prompts by the teacher and they must address each of the prompts., Matching - Ss are given words and their definitions, and must determine which belong together., Multiple Choice - Ss are given sentences with two options, and must select the correct one. For example: I have lived / have been lived in Izmir for four years., Information Gap - Ss are each given an incomplete timetable, and they must compare their information to complete their chart., Storytelling - Ss work in pairs to create a story using as many words as they can from the lesson., Interviews - Ss must ask their partner a series of questions provided and write down their answers. For example: What is something tiny in your house?, Simulation Task - Ss are given a task they may face in the real world, and told to complete the task. For example: after teaching language to make a plan, Ss are asked to plan a party for themselves to celebrate successful completion of the course., Completing Sentences - Ss are given sentence heads, and they must continue or finish the sentence. For example: When I am exhausted, I…,

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