Conversation Questions for the ESL/EFL ClassroomTeacher's Guide
This are a large group of questions which you can use in your ESL conversation classes.
Some Ways to Use These Questions in the Classroom
- Print out the questions and let students work in pairs asking the questions alternately.
- Divide the questions into 2 pages, give half the questions to one student and half to another and let them work in pairs asking each other the questions. Students should be encouraged not to look at the other student's paper.
- In a small class, the teacher may want to use the questions to get a conversation going about a given topic. In this case, the students aren't given a copy of the questions.
Before Using the Questions
- You may save the page "as text", edit it to be more appropriate for your own students. For example:
- Delete questions which you feel are inappropriate.
- Localize the questions to your country or city.
- Sort the questions into a sequence which you like.
- Add any additional questions you can think of. (It would be nice to also add those questions to the master list, so all teachers can use them.)
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