Look at the drawing below about immigrants. The drawing is ambiguous. Some of the people in the drawing may be protesting and some others may be apologising. You have to invent the dialogue where they all intervene. Decide who says what. You have to use sentences from the previous activity but you can modify them to your convenience.
When the dialogue is ready you may show it to your teacher/tutor for suggestions.

Why do this?
   You are given an ambiguous picture/frame so that you can individually explore different interpretations of a situation.
   You are presented with a stimulus to produce dialogue writings.
   You are guided into the dialogue by being able to use the sentences from the previous activity. This help may build up your self-confidence.



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