Grammar Focused Dialog Scripts
For practicing a particular grammar structure, write dialog role play scripts for the students to use the new grammar. Instead of disconnected sentences, the role play enables language learners to use the structures verbally in a real situation, even if the idea is imaginary or unlikely.
Here is an example of a grammar role play script. You can get the students to write their own. Teachers can check the students' results, correct the mistakes, write up the dialogs and have a cache to work from in the classroom (and kept for future lessons).
"In the Clothing Store" (Practicing the Present Simple)
Hi, do you work here at the store?
Yes, I do.
Please help me find some clothes for my graduation party.
Sure. Do you want something formal?
Not too formal. I like clothes that are comfortable. I hate tight-fitting uncomfortable shirts and pants. I want a nice color. I don't want a light color, and I prefer clothes that I can wash in the washing machine.
I think I have the perfect outfit for you. Look here, this one is really beautiful, don't you think?
That's lovely. I have enough money for it too; it is not too expensive either. I really like this one. Thank you for helping me.
You are welcome. I hope you enjoy wearing it.
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