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Personal Profile 4 - April 17, 2017Lesson Collection #2 - Lesson 9d
Personal Profile 4 is a great discussion starter. Students talk about their travel experiences, both domestic and foreign. They ask each other when they took the trip, how long they stayed and the purpose for going. Students often get so involved that they start asking all kinds of questions not even written on the worksheet. That's great!
Also, students talk about one memory from each travel experience. These memories are often hilarious.
In the second part, students talk about their best and worst travel experiences. Sometimes, this will open up all kinds of memories. Students often get so involved that they forget they're discussing in English!
Perhaps the greatest element of this lesson is the natural conversation and discussion that ensues when students start talking about themselves and asking their partner questions.
There are seven additional worksheets in this series. They are:
Personal Profile #1 (See Lesson 09a above)
Personal Profile #2 (See Lesson 09b above)
Personal Profile #3 (See Lesson 09c above)
Personal Profile #5 (See Lesson 09e below)
Personal Profile #6 (See Lesson 09f below)
Personal Profile #7 (See Lesson 09g below)
Personal Profile #8 (See Lesson 09h below)
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