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GAME! Presenting Facts and Expressing Doubts.
Transcript of GAME! Presenting Facts and Expressing Doubts.
What do we need?
Sheets of papers.
(These events don't have to involve you directly,
but you must be connected to them in some way)
Let's remember the expressions for expressing DOUBT & DISBELIEF!
Are you serious?
Don't give me that!
Get out of here!
That can't be true!
I'll believe that when I see it.
I doubt that.
You've got to be kidding!
Oh, come on!
This is a game that you can win by fooling your friends!
In your teams, tell your teammates some unusual facts about your life!
My name is AUGUSTO. My father, my grandfather, and my great grandfather are AUGUSTO, too.
You have TWO minutes to share!
Make sure you
Now, with your team, choose some of the facts to tell the other team about.
Each person can present facts about himself or herself
You can tell them something real about you, but you can also present a fact about another team member pretending that this fact is yours or happened to you.
My name is AUGUSTO.
My father, my grandfather,
and my great grandfather are
My name is JUANITA.
My mother, my grandmother,
and my great grandmother are
TAKE TURNS PRESENTING THE FACTS TO THE OTHER TEAM.
EACH TIME A TEAM GUESSES CORRECTLY, IT GETS A POINT.
THE TEAM WITH THE MOST POINTS!
THEY CAN CHOOSE TO BELIEVE WHAT YOU SAY AND RESPOND "OK, I BELIEVE THAT"
OR THEY CAN RESPOND WITH AN EXPRESSION OF DOUBT AND DISBELIEF.
TALK IT OVER