1 In pairs learners take turns to ask if the places marked with a question on their information sheet are in their partners town and if theyre far away. On their sheet they enter the distance or time given by their partner.
2 A starts and the dialogue should then be on-going until all the information has been shared along the following lines:
3 Encourage everyone to ask in Russian for repetition or for a partner to speak slowly.
4 Successful communication of the information can be checked either by a whole class activity or by A and B comparing completed information sheets which should be identical.
The completed information sheets can be used as portfolio evidence.
1 A starts by asking if the places indicated on sheet A are in Bs town and if they are open. B replies according to the information on sheet B and A records the given information on his/her sheet. The dialogue might go as follows. (You may wish to practise examples with the whole class first)
2 A and B then reverse the procedure and B asks for information.
3 A the end of the activity, A and B compare information.
Completed information sheets can be retained as portfolio evidence of competence.
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