• Laurie Swigart

TELLING IT


The class divides into pairs. Each has to think of a story to tell the other -- for example, the plot of a recent TV play or film they have seen. At a signal from the teacher, they both start telling each other the story at the same time. They must look at each other in the eye without

looking away, and they must keep talking without a break and without laughing. If either breaks down, the other has "won."

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