- Prepare several index cards with different situations written on them that your students can identify with. For example:
You and your friend find $500 in a library book. You want to find the owner of the money, but your friend thinks you should split it amongst yourselves. Write the conversation that would take place.
- Have your students select a card, without looking at the stack, and write the conversation that would occur for that particular situation. You might want to encourage students to act out these situations as a class presentation.
- For more advanced learners, have them depict the situation from various perspectives.