I just created a proto version of a speaking task based on a drawing. It’s ugly, but it’s a start
Doesn’t look ugly to me.
- Add another whiteboard and let the students draw another body with different numbers of body parts.
- Add a listening component. You record certain criteria and provide a whiteboard for students to draw a figure with the body parts you described. (This cycle can be repeated several times with different variations/combinations.)
- This would be great for any vocabulary review. Give the students a short list of words and let them choose 3-5 words to combine in a picture they draw. Then they can type a sentence or two explaining their scene and then they can record themselves speaking their explanation. It would make a great exit ticket for the day!