You will be paired with a partner. Both of you will play the role of students at your school. One of you will be a new student and the other a student who has been at the school for a while. You will receive an index card with some information about your role. (The new student will receive info about what they like to do and how long they have done it, the other student will receive info about the activities available at the school.) The situation is as follows.
You just met a new student at school and want to help him/her find out about the extra curriculum activities he/she could do at your school. Find out what the student likes to do, how long they have been doing it and then suggest several extra curricular activities that he or she might like to do at school and why. You must find out enough information to be able to give the student several activities to choose from. Make sure your conversation starts with getting the student's name, where they are from and what they like to do. Follow with asking how long they have been doing the things they like and then suggesting a club or extracurricular activity. You might determine what club/activity they would like based on what they like to do, or who they know.
Here is a sample of a student profile and school activities.
Write a letter of recommendation to a club about the new student who wants to join the club. Give enough information to convince the club that the new student would be a good member. Provide convincing information about who they are, what they like to do, how long they have been doing it, and who they - explaining how this information makes the new student a good potential member.
For a sample profile of a student and school activities click here. Look at the profile and write a recommendation of what activity the student should join. Support your choice with evidence from the profile.