27 idioms along with their literal translations for students to use as scene prompts.

Ages ten and up

Here is a great new activity for partner scene work! In pairs, students develop scenes based on idioms, and then additional scenes based on the literal translation of the idiom. There are 27 idioms ready to print out and cut apart, and complete instructions for leading the session.

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