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 You're Not My Type1 and You're Not My Type 2:  Students look at a list of personality traits and decide if they are good or bad.  They they decide which traits best characterize their family and friends.  They also decide on their ideal friends and partners.




Personality: Students look at a list of traits and decide if they are good or bad.  They also look at opposites of traits.




Personality Flaws: Students match definitions with a group of bad characters.




Reaction to Rude People: Students determine how they react when confronted with rude behaviour.




Rude Behaviour:  Students make a list of rude behaviour in their country.  Practice using:

It's ________ to ___________.




The Fortune Teller: Students practice talking using the future tense while telling each other's yearly fortunes.




You Better: A simple worksheet with an emphasis on the fact that 'You better' implies that some bad consequence will follow if you don't (as opposed to 'you should' where a bad consequence may or may not follow).



Suggestions/Recommendations: Students ask there groups where a good place to _______ is.  The group members provide suggestions and recommendations.


Murphy's Law: Students discuss common cases of Murphy's Law. Good worksheet for practicing conditionals.


Superstitions:  Students talk about common superstitions.  Another good worksheet for practicing conditionals.


Superstitious: Students decide in groups whether they are superstitious or not.


Strange Experiences:  Students talk about strange experiences (not that strange really).


What Would Happen If:  A good discussion worksheet were students look at hypothetical situations and decide what the results would be.


Would You Ever Dare To: Students decide how daring they are; whether they might do it, or they wouldn't do it for a million dollars.


These materials were created by Chris Gunn