ESOL Lr/E2.5b

Respond to requests for information
(i) Recognise questions of the wh- type and the yes/no type, and respond with short answers and with more information
(ii) Recognise when a short answer is appropriate and when a longer answer is expected
(iii) Recognise verb forms and time markers to understand the time to which a speaker is referring, and respond appropriately:
(a) present simple and frequency adverbs
(b) simple past
(c) going to future
E.g. How often do you go to the cinema?
Oh, not very often, only about twice a year.
What did you do last night?
Well, first I... And then I...
(iv) Recognise and respond to comparative questions. E.g. Is the weather the same here as it is in... ? No, it's colder here than...

This activity can be used as an icebreaker or as resource when teaching about 3rd person agreement in the present tense.  

Learners ask 'Do you ..... ?' and use the answers in the box to complete the question however after the Tutor's monitoring they should realise that the answer form cannot be used for the question form.  

The questionnaire has 16 boxes but according to time and size of class, it can be reduced by folding the questionnaire so only 8 questions are used instead.  

E1.5 Respond to questions about specific information
E2.3 Respond appropriately to straightforward questions
E1.4 Make requests and ask straightforward questions using appropriate terms and registers
E2.2 Make requests and ask clear questions appropriately in different contexts
ESOL Sc/E1.3a
ESOL Sc/E2.2c
ESOL Sc/E3.3b
ESOL Lr/E1.4b
ESOL Lr/E2.5b
ESOL Lr/E3.5b