For & Against

1) Provide a number of opinions or situations for the students to talk about.
(see below)

2) Ask them to talk for 1 minute with a partner.
30 seconds FOR and 30 seconds AGAINST.

3) Conduct feedback

Alternative: Group of students have a mini-debate, one side argue for and the other against.

Some examples:

Eating meat
Eating junk food
Tablets should replace textbooks
Going to the cinema
Learning English
Having Pets
Mobile phones in class
Cambridge Exams
Making your own pizza
Halloween

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