D-01.15 Review & Summarize Kinds of BE-Sentences That Name, Describe, Group, Ask & Answer, & Express (Existence)
D. APPLY GRAMMAR
Chapter 5 (“Dreams”) Mastery Tests & Activities for Chapters 1-4 of the New Scenario Book One: Beginning to Use English Grammar in Context, pages 71-80
Who It’s For: (Teachers & Helpers of) Beginning to Intermediate Learners, Especially Those in Content Courses
Why It’s Useful: Question & Answer Formats are most engaging when they address interesting content areas that almost everyone has knowledge and/or curiosity about. These (self-) teaching conversations, pedagogical points, colorful exercises, and guesswork tasks will motivate learning in both English and other school subjects.
What You’ll Do:
 Enjoy the back-&-forth (+ competition) of wide-ranging factual question & answer exchanges about any or all topics of interest—and do it all with only the elemental grammar of be-sentences! Get info, do and check exercises, and move on to fluency.
 Get in the habit of improving language abilities in the context of any interesting topics. Work together to create durable Question-&Answer Quiz Game Formats to use again and again in teaching/learning progress.