|Target Language:||Present Simple|
|Resources Needed:||One copy of the worksheet for each pair of students. Each worksheet should consist of:
...Two ID cards that contain a person's:
...And two blank ID cards.
Write your name, age, marital status, job, country, address and phone number on the board.
Elicit the questions from the students, such as: 'Where do I live?', 'What is my phone number?
Get the students to do the same activity in pairs.
Write a famous person’s information on the board.
Elicit the changes in the form of the questions (e.g. What’s your name? - What’s his/her name?)
Tell the students they will ask for two people’s information. Then divide students into pairs.
Give one student Worksheet A - which has four ID cards on it. Two of the ID cards are totally filled out. Two of the ID cards just have people's names. Give the other student Worksheet B - this will also have four ID cards, including the details which Student A needs to fill in the blanks on their worksheet and vice versa. Give them a minute to look at the information and ask questions about information they don’t understand.
Students take turns to ask questions to fill in the missing information using the person’s name for the first question (to make it clear). E.g. 'What is xxx's name'. Monitor, help and correct where necessary.
Check and conclude with class.