Descripciones - preguntas encadenadas
February 29, 2016
For this example I included my student's names and descriptions. However, it is very easy and quick to adapt. Just use famous people or people you know instead.
Once the chain of questions is done, print and cut the cards on the thick borders. There should always be an answer at the top, and a question at the bottom. The student then needs to put the cards in order so the chain makes sense.
This will allow you to see where student's are struggling, and I highly encourage including them in the activity -they love seeing their name and a description of themselves!
Extension: ask your student to creat their own chain.
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