Complete the Question – conversation cards/twenty-second game
Yes, it wasn’t until recently when I finally discovered https://www.canva.com. Being under the impression of the wonderful tool and all the possibilities it offers, I put an effort into learning how to make flashcards and other graphics. As a result, I made my first conversation cards which can be used like many other conversation playing cards. The player is just supposed to complete the question in a mini-dialogue presented on the card. There is a clue word added to use for each question. In order to check if the answer is correct, the players need to turn the card and see the answer. I focused on the questions as it seems to me that, as teachers, we tend to encourage our learners to answer plenty of questions. But at the same time, we know that our students need to be able to ask questions in English as well. As they say, better to ask the way than to go astray.
Feel free to download and print the cards. The questions are on the odd pages whereas the answers are always on the even pages. I hope this way will help with the printing process of the cards (the questions on one side and the answers on the reverse side of each card).
The cards can also be used as the well-known Twenty-Second Game.
Look at the sample below and then click to download the cards: