• In pairs pick a topic.
• Research it.
• Come up with at least 15 good questions to prompt discussion.
• Create a list of vocabulary words with translations that you think would be necessary for the conversation. Hand them out to the class the day before your presentation.
• Lead the conversation with the class. (You could give your own opinions to start conversation or ask students questions.)
• The more controversial the topic the better, BUT no one can’t put anyone else down. You can only state your opinion and ask clarifying questions.