The teacher prepares -ADHESIVE TYPEWRITER ADDRESS LABELS ( which can be purchased in rolls to stick on the backs of all the students in the class.) or Post It Notes.
Each label contains a real person’s name or the name of a character from fiction or television cartoons. Each named person should have a natural partner, for example if you write a label with the name ROMEO, there should also be a label with the name JULIET stuck on somebody’s back. If you have an odd number of students in your class, stick a label on your own back, but let the students do the questioning.
Questions must be of the type that can either be answered with YES or No:
Am I man or a woman? Alive or dead? European or American? Real or fictitious?
Am I a character from a cartoon or a book? Am I rich? Am I famous?
Have I been in the news recently? Am I someone from your country? Britain?
Do I work in sport / music / entertainment / the cinema / the theatre?
Students ask questions to find their partner……..when they think they’ve found their partner, they sit down together.
Some possible matches..
|ROMEO||JULIET||TOM the cat||JERRY the mouse|
|POPEYE||OLIVE OIL||Prince Philip||Queen Elizabeth II|
|Micky Mouse||Minnie Mouse||Stan Laurel||Oliver Hardy|
|King Juan Carlos||Queen Sofia||André Agassi||Steffi Graff|
|Nelson Mandella||Winnie Mandella||John Lennon||Yoko Ono|
|Richard Burton||Elizabeth Taylor||Bonnie (gangster)||Clyde (gangster)|
|Tarzan||Jane (jungle girl)||The Lone Ranger||Tonto (cowboy)|
|Prince Charles||Princess Diana||Cindarella||Prince Charming|
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