On Day 1, I used this slide where students had to complete the sentences with the correction question word. I had been asking these questions to students for the past week.
The following day, on Day 2, I asked students how to ask for the following information (How do you ask for someone's name). After coming up with the question, I projected this on the board:
Then, to go along with our school's theme of Superheros, I told students they were getting new identities/aliases today and they had to interview their partner. Each student got a character card that had the following information on it:
|32 Character Cards|
Students interviewed their classmates and used the information from the card to answer the questions. The next step was presenting themselves to the class. I left the slide on the board for students to reference putting it in a full sentence.
As students listened to their classmates, they had to write the name of the classmates on a chart that described the characteristics of certain identities (Busco a alguien page).
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If you want to practice just Name, age, country, birthday, then you might want to check out Tarjetas Personales. These are also a great way to match up classmates. We also have a French version.