Students assume a target-language identity to plan the next family reunion. Included is a letter from their “Aunt” Olga who has some recommendations on how to plan the reunion. She recommends who should sit together and who shouldn’t. Also, what food certain family members should have and the activities they enjoy. Instead of answering comprehension questions, students will complete 3 interactive tasks to show their understanding. First, they will choose seats for each family member. Then, they pick the menu. Last, they select the activity that will be best for everyone.
PS: I have also included a fourth activity with 5 comprehension questions for a further check if you need! 🙂