Sequence of 4-5 lessons building towards an oral assessment. Topics: hobbies, housework, pocket money, travel.Grammar: present tense, perfect tense, modal verbs, separable verbs, reflexive verbs, subordinating conjunctions. Lesson 1) All students receive the 2-page handout as a learning aid/revision of syntactic structures studied. The other document is printed out double-sided onto A4 (card if possible) and cut up so each piece has 5 sentences on one side, and the answers on the other. From here it works as a carousel: Everyone has one card, and has 5 minutes (or less) to translate all five sentences. Then one minute to mark (2 marks per sentence - 1 mark up to the /, 1 mark afterwards - if it's not perfect, no mark). Lesson 2) is a series of tasks explained on the ppt. Lesson 3) Is a lesson targeting the students' propensity to forget all about the perfect when on the spot! Ask me if unclear. Lesson 4) Should also be self-explanatory. Lesson 5) (or perhaps the end of lesson 4) was a mock oral exam, using this as a marking grid.