This is a great way to practice the future tense and learn about each other. Adapted from Jill Hadfield’s “Communication Games”.
1. Ask students about their resolutions. Put the target language on the board – “This year, I will / I resolve to / I’m going to ……….
2. List some of the common resolutions as you discuss.
3. Students write down 3 resolutions and then go around the class surveying classmates. They must find as many classmates with the same resolution as them.
4. Finally, why not sing Auld Lang Syne!
Here is a handout that students can use to check off their resolutions prior to “hunting”. You might also list language of agreement like – “So am I ” / “Me too!” / “Same here”New Year's Resolutions,
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