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Relative Clauses Speaking Activity

by Gülşah Meydan | 24 Jun 2021
Resource Description: A speaking activity for intermediate level students 
Audience: University
Audience Language Proficiency: Intermediate
Duration: 30 minutes
Materials and Technology: Worksheet, scissors, cup
Objective(s): Speaking Skills
Outcome(s): Students will be able to use relative clauses orally.
Activity Description: Model the activity by telling students that you are going to describe nouns using restrictive relative clauses and that they are to guess who or what the noun is. For example, tell students that you are thinking of “a liquid that is black.” The correct answer is “coffee.” Let the students guess. If the students are not able to guess correctly, expand the statement, for example, “a liquid that is black and can be drunk with milk.”
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TESOL Interest Section: English as a Foreign Language