This interview game encourages students to mingle and get to know a little about the other students in their group by asking questions to complete the grid. You can extend this by playing a game of "Bingo" at the end.
Print or copy this worksheet to a piece of card, then cut out the individual small cards. You can then use them to play the card game SNAP in groups, where a matching pair is a two adjectives with the same meaning. Instructions on how to play snap: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-play-snap.html
This activity has 3 parts: Interview game, bingo game (using the names of students from the interview game), and a written exercise. The target langauge is "Can you play / do .....", with the answers, "Yes I can" or "No I can't".
This is Part 2 of an icebreaker activity. Students use the results of their interview in Part 1 to populate this Bingo grid with their classmates' names. Part 1 is at: https://quickworksheets.net/generators/question-answer-worksheet/form19.php?load=16741
This is a great icebreaker for new ESL classes. Students must move around the room interviewing their classmates in English. Once complete, they will have the names of 18 classmates on their sheet and they will have found out a little about them. This is Part 1. Part 2 is at: https://quickworksheets.net/generators/bingo/form8.php?load=16748