If you have the luxury of chairs scattered around the room, you'll want to ask the people who were numbered one to sit at the table or in a chair.
The number twos then move to the next partner every two minutes.
Either way, they can become very popular and regular events.
This lesson plan focuses on conversational practice to encourage English learners to use a wide variety of language functions such as demanding explanations, making complaints, giving warning, etc.
They then have two minutes to learn about their team building partner.
In a hotel conference room, you may have had the opportunity to set up pairs of chairs away from the training tables.
This gives people who are speed meeting a bit of privacy.
Participants exchange names and contact information during the two minutes so that they can connect with the people who appealed to them following the speed dating session.
This type of approach to teaching is based on the lexical approach or the chunks of language we tend to use to speak about certain situations.
For first-timers to speed dating events, wondering which questions to ask can be a little daunting. Ditch or Date offers everyone the chance to ask interesting and reasonable questions after they’ve read our suggestions.
Plus, the speed meeting icebreaker enables your participants to succeed.
Even your shyest or most uncomfortable participant can manage to talk with another person for two minutes.