A story for the card

1. Divide the class into groups of 8, sitting so they can see and hear one another.
2. Give each group one pack of cards and ask a group member to shuffle and deal them.
3. The separate groups of 8 students are to work separately and simultaneously. Student A in a given group lays down one of his/her cards. If the card is a Spade, then A must tell the group about something sad that has happened to him/her. If the Card that A lays down is a club, then A tells a lucky experience; if the card is a Heart, then A tells a romantic experience, while a Diamond will evoke a story involving money. When player A has told his/her story, player B puts down a card and tells an appropriate personal experience, etc.

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