Aims:• To practise listening skills• To improve students’ vocabulary and speaking skills Age / level:• A2-B1 Adults and teens Time:• 30 minutes plus time to develop the theme Materials: • The lesson plan, transcript and student worksheets can be downloaded in PDF format below Related resources you may like: Dating Game - This is a great activity for getting students talking. Cheers Del Hi, You can find the audio file in the downloads - it is at the bottom, below the worksheets.
I have used it successfully with many different levels and age groups and have found that it is very effective at motivating teenagers to talk. It's an MP3 file which you can click on and play directly, or save to your computer.
Usually, you have to start a conversation and get to know each other a little bit before asking for a date.
During the conversation, throwing out compliments is a good thing to do. You will probably think that person is a little crazy.
But if someone is talking to you and says a small compliment, then it is very welcomed.
In the United States, both genders can ask each other for a date.
Just like in any culture, it isn't normal to ask a complete stranger for a date.
The students must face each other and then one side, for me usually the guys, must move along one seat and the students “meet” someone new. The students have some basic information and a picture but they must “become” this person and then take it from there.