Back To School Questions

Back To School Questions

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Back To School Questions
Back To School. It is inevitable to talk about the holidays on the first day, isn’t it? Students tell their mates, what they usually do on holidays, what they like doing, what they can do, what they don’t have to do and – of course - what they did during the summer. And they ask each other questions about their adventures in pairs and then they report to the rest of the class what their classmates have told them. Then the time comes to revise what they learnt the previous year. In this case Present Simple, Past Simple (was, were, regular and irregular verbs), There is/There are, Future (going to), Would like, Possession, Ability, Obligation (present and past), descriptions ( what…like?) and Like and Dislikes.
Asking questions and using the right auxiliaries is no easy task, especially after the long holidays…. This is a very simple worksheet that focuses on asking questions. Students read the dialogue and complete it with the appropriate questions. This can be done in class (on their own or in pairs) or as homework. It can also be the basis for composition. I find it very useful to revise all these topics and to see what needs to be reinforced in the year ahead.