Liar! is a simple activity where students describe and answer questions about images. Students have to listen to a volunteers description of a picture and decide if they are lying or telling the truth about the image.
- Before class, print out a copy of the four student cards below. In class, get 4 volunteers to come to the front of the class. Hand each of them one of the cards below in a folder (so that other students cannot see their picture).
- Have each volunteer take turns giving a truthful description of their picture, except for the volunteer with the blank piece of paper. This student should invent a description to fool the class.
- Encourage the class to ask questions to try to expose the ‘liar!’.
- After the class votes to decide who they think the ‘liar!’ is. Then, the volunteers show their images.