This project is for practicing INDIRECT QUESTIONS. Students will act as investigators asking witnesses for information. But some witnesses will only respond to Direct Questions, some only to Indirect Questions, and some only to Commands.
Creating, administering, and reporting surveys can be a great way to practice a number of grammar points, such as question forms, expressions of preference, comparatives and superlatives, quantifiers, and reported speech.
Suppose there’s a new film coming out soon that many of your students are excited about. You can take that opportunity to give them some assignments they’ll enjoy. Different assignments will require different skills as we work both before and after the film’s release.
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