This game can be played with a range of different levels. It can be used
purely as a mixer/ice breaker or can be adapted to reinforce target
gambits, grammar or vocabulary by directing the 'chat' portion of the
game. This game is essentially an adaption of the old 'Who am I?' game.
Start with a 'chat' either in rotating groups or in an interview
format. This portion sets the level and focus of the game. For example
a low intermediate class might be instructed to ask all of their
classmates a series of "Have you ever...?" questions. A more advanced
group might be told to talk to all their classmates about a certain
topic, leaving the specific questions up to them. With a lower level
group I find a note taking form to be useful. After the chat portion, do
the 'who am I' game using your students' names. They must use the same
target language to ask yes/no questions and find out who they are.
Submitted by Michelle Harkness