In comparison to my previous role-play cards which you can find right here, the Advanced Role-play Cards have less specific instructions which makes them the right choice for more skilled students. The cards can be used to practise speaking in 40 different situations. Have a look below to find out the details.
Advanced Role-play Cards
Similarly to the previous cards, these ones are also numbered. One card is for student A and the other for student B so there are two cards for each number. All the cards contain 3 tasks for student A and the same number of tasks for student B. The fact that the instructions are less specific gives students more freedom as to what they want to say. This is great since it gives them even more speaking practice in more natural situations. Here’s the cards’ design:
The cards also have sections with useful language to help those of your students who have difficulty speaking.
The different contexts for the conversations include chats with friends and classmates, conversations with parents and teachers as well as exchanges in public places such as restaurants, shops, a doctor’s office and more.
I’ve been using the previous role-play cards with students at the age of 12 and younger. This set is, in my opinion, more suitable for older junior high school students and/or younger secondary school students.
You can download 24 of the cards for free to test them out. Just click here. I hope you like the cards and decide to buy them for only $1. To do that, click the PayPal button below.
You can also buy both versions of the role-play cards (the more advanced one and the less advanced one) in a bundle at a reduced price of $1.50. To do that, click here.
In both cases you’ll receive a pdf version of the cards within 8 hours although it takes this long only when I sleep at night 🙂 More often than not, I send all the resources I sell within 1 hour or less.
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I hope you like the cards and find them useful. Please, leave a comment to let me know whether your students had fun using the cards and come back for more resources soon 🙂