IELTS Speaking format tasks for pair work

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IELTS Speaking (14 min)
Part 1 (5 min)
Participant A asks Participant B all the following questions (each question-answer block takes appr. 25-30 sec). B does NOT see them. Then B asks A all the SAME questions.
Alternatively, Participants A and B can take turns in asking each other the questions.
Now let’s talk about games /// Now I’d like to move talk to the topic of games
What games did you play when you were a child?
Do you play any games now? Why? / Why not?
What game would you like to learn to play? Why?
What are the most popular games in your culture?
Who plays games more often, men or women? Why?
How important are games in human life?
Why do some people dislike playing games?
Do people always play games just to have fun? Why? / Why not?
Is playing videogames in English a good way to improve your language? Why / Why not?
Would you like to invent a game? What kind of game could it be?
Part 2 (4 min)
Each participant takes 1 minute to prepare and then talks UP TO 2 minutes about the topic:
Describe a situation when you had to play by the rules you did not like.Speak about
when and where the situation took place
what you had to do
why you did not like the rules you had to obey
how you acted in this situation
and explain how you usually react to the rules you do not like.
Part 3 (5 min)
Participant A asks Participant B these questions (each answer can take appr. 35-40 sec).
We’ve been talking about a situation when you had to play by the rules you didn’t like.
Now let’s consider rules and children.
What kind of rules do people learn in their childhood?
Whose responsibility is it to teach children to follow the rules, the parents’ or the school’s?
Should children be punished for breaking rules? What other ways of behavior correction can you suggest?

Participat B asks Participant A these questions (each answer can take appr. 35-40 sec).
We’ve been talking about a situation when you had to play by the rules you didn’t like.
Now let’s discuss the role of rules in human life.
What are the most common reasons people give for breaking the rules?
Is obeying the rules a guarantee of being a good member of society? Why? /Why not?How new rules should be made and introduced at school /workplace / country?
Participants A and B
thank each other
give each other friendly, helpful, constructive feedback
and return to the Conference Room.
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