Students are prompted with a few disclaimers, then work backward to create a product for which all of those disclaimers would apply. Students get to be creative and silly as they learn to both understand and explain the meaning and need of various disclaimers and product features.
A common adage among writers is “show, don’t tell”. Writing in this way prompts students to think of different ways to express the same thing. Students will have to use expressions and imagery – like native speakers do in most situations – instead of being straightforward.
Encourage your students to think of some inventions, giving them a project to pour their creativity into. Different tasks throughout the project focus on different aspects of English, so this project can be used as a practical example for introducing new topics, or it might be a good review.