J'ai mal pirates paired speaking (differentiated)

Paired speaking on j'ai mal + body part - one version is already labelled for less able students, the other isn't. Students have one sheet each and hide it from their partner. They take turns to say "ou as-tu mal?" and their partner answers with one of the body parts labelled on their sheet, then the person asking draws an arrow to that part on their blank pirate. I hope that made sense, it sounds more complicated when I explain it!

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Created: Jul 11, 2011

Updated: Aug 19, 2015

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