Wh words

What/Who/Where/When/Why

Top 5 activities

  • Fernand June 28, 2022

    Make it simple and fun for them. Try this. Make pairs and find a good topic. "Do you watch TV?" If the answer is "Yes, I do", keep going with "What do you watch?" "I watch @@@". Rotate de partners, and set a new topic: Youtube, video games, movies, music. They can have fun talking about themselves.

  • Fernand June 28, 2022

    2) you can use the same pattern with when and where. "Do you watch Youtube?" Yes, I do. "what do you watch?" I watch Hikakin, Kimagure and @@@. "Where do you watch YouTube?" I watch YouTube in my room. "When do you watch Youtube?" After dinner, school, etc

  • Fernand June 28, 2022

    3) I give them a small worksheet with two empty lines the says "Q" for questions, and two empty lines with "A" for answer. I told the students to write the questions first ( same thing ①"do you~?"②what do you ~?). After writing the questions, I tell them to switch worksheets with the person next to them, and to answer those questions. Very simple and fun!

  • Fernand June 28, 2022

    I spend 35 to 40 min talking, and just 5 to 10 min writing. It is a natural way to use this grammar. Good luck and I hope it works for you.

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