This idea can be used for any category to see who in the class likes X or Y. Here’s an example using pop groups.
Brainstorm some of the student’s favorite pop groups.
Write them on the board along with ways to say you like them or don’t like them.
Next, on a small slip of paper, students write their favorite group from the list. Then, they walk around the classroom asking others who is their favorite group. Also, why.
If the student likes the same group, they link arms and continue finding fellow “group” lovers. When finished, the teacher asks, “Who likes “x”? and the students shout out “We do!”
Class "Chain" activity,
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