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Crazy Conversations

Submitted by: Chris P.
From: Vienna
Date Submitted: April 20, 2005

I teach German native-speakers and they love having to correct what I call "crazy conversations". I give them a sheet on which I write a conversation between an English native speaker and members of other EU countries. They must correct any errors they find. I use this as a form of revision for different parts of grammar. It can, of course, be used for almost anything. They do it as pair-work or as homework. If they do it as homework, and it is a small class, they can choose a partner and read their dialoge out loud. Each partner only reads what they have written. Not as confusing as it sounds and, most importantly, fun!

   
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