Abstract Dialog Scripts are texts which don't have a direct message. The students have to find meaning within the words and act out the scenario so that the texts make sense. These always produce a variety of results and can also start with the simplest of words so that beginners can do well too. Great for drama classes, these texts produced intrigue and a lot of conversation by the pairs who have to decide what is happening and then perform a logical scene. This site has a large number of these abstract dialogs and list of topics for teachers to write their own. Here is an example of a dialog script "Unexpected".
Hello fellow teachers,
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