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“The situations in this book go way beyond the usual “What would you do if…” questions I used to use in class, providing both scaffolding and expansion to really take it to the next level. A great resource!” —Andrew Lawrence, ESL Professor, Concordia University

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WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF … your best friend had a body odor problem?

Would you tell them directly, indirectly, have someone talk to them, or something else?

What Would You Do? by Taylor Sapp (author of 2019 ELTon Award finalist, Stories Without End), is more than just a collection of 81 tricky hypothetical situations. Each dilemma includes suggested solutions, variations, and extension activities so they’re easy to adapt to your students and your classroom. Use them as thoughtful and engaging warmers, as the start of a class discussion. Follow them up with one of the writing assignments or a project from the 16 games and activities in the appendix.

Engaging, flexible, fun, What Would You Do? is your students’ new favorite activity!

“I loved how both the stories and the accompanying questions are designed to appeal to real life and imaginary experiences” —Catherine Noble, MA TESOL

I know the most difficult but important thing is to keep thinking and say it, so if people use this book to study, they can get the power of imagination and expressing their thoughts.” – Honoka S., ESL student


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Additional information

Weight 24 oz
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × 0.6 in
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ISBN

978-1948492256

Pages

232 pages

Publication Date

11 March 2019

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8.5 x 11 inches

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What Teachers & Students Think

EDUCATORS

“The situations in this book go way beyond the usual “What would you do if…” questions I used to use in class, providing both scaffolding and expansion to really take it to the next level. A great resource!” —Andrew Lawrence, ESL Professor, Concordia University

‘I couldn’t stop thinking about what I would do in the situations from WWYD.  If I were a man on the sinking Titanic, would I cheerfully adhere to the tradition of women and children to lifeboats while I waited to perish?  Would I protest? The stories span a variety of tricky situations, followed by questions that pose surprising twists. … I think it’s going to be tough to shut down the discussions, which is energizing for me as an instructor. Students can’t stop talking? WWYD?”—Catherine Noble, MA TESOL

STUDENTS

“It’s really interesting the topics we discuss about them, since we’re in global time and class is multicultural so we can see reactions each other and different thinking could extend our opinion and make us more flexible to address [different] topics” Amal A.

“I think this book has many interesting and unique situations. These make us have more imagination and prediction in English. I know the most difficult but important thing is to keep thinking and say it, so if people use this book to study, they can get the power of imagination and expressing their thoughts.” Honoka S.

“Debating global situations is the first step of bettering the world!” Afrah A.

“There are a lot of interesting topics for discussing. So it’s helpful to broaden my knowledge.” Arisa I.

“It’s is interesting to imagine the world with different aspects, and [discussing these topics] might actually help improve [our lives] as well.” Adnan A.

“I think this kind of discussion is super useful. It stimulates my curiosity. Discussing whether euthanasia was the best choice was very interesting.” Yudai H.

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