Subject questions about this class

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Questions
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 13th Apr 2020

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Subject questions about this class

Subject questions about classroom objects
Take two similar things from two different people in the class, hide them, then test other 
people on the differences between them with questions like
 “Whose is longer?”, “Which is 
red?” and “Which one has more writing?” The people whose objects they are can only 
answer after other people do.
 

Suggested topics
 age
 colours
 materials
 shape
 size

Subject questions about your classmates
Ask a question about someone in the class which you already know the answer to such 
as:
 Who has a pet rabbit?
 Who last fed the class pet?
 Which student lives on Brown Road?
 Which of our classmates supports Leicester City?
 Whose family name ends with P?
 Whose family name is seven letters long?

You get one point if someone else guesses wrongly and you and that person both know 
the answer. You get no points if someone else knows or can guess correctly. You also get 
no points if you and/ or the person who you are asking about can’t answer correctly. 

Challenge your classmates with subject questions
Ask a question about the different abilities of people in the class such as:
 Who knows the most names of Santa’s reindeer?
 Who can sing the ABC song most quickly?
 Whose voice is the loudest?
 Which of you can jump the highest?

Pick two people from the class to try, make predictions about who will show more ability, 
then let them try to check. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

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