I've designed these 18 role cards for a small group of adults who need to review basic introductions.

The male superheroes will sit on one side and the female characters on the other. (e.g., 30 students—15 male & 15 female cards) Procedure Step 1: Divide the class into small groups.

Provide each group with two superhero cards (see Appendix A).

The groups must identify the superheroes and their special powers.

The learners create an original profile for their character and discuss this information in a speed dating session.

During the activity, the students will have 10 dates with 10 different superheroes. At the end of the event, the learners will select a suitable match for their character and make a brief report to their classmates.

Preparation Step 1: Before the class, print out the lesson handouts (Appendix A – Appendix D).Step 2: Reconfigure the desks in the classroom into a long line.This collection can turn you into a pro at teaching English in a variety of areas, if you read and use it.EFL educators in Japan are constantly searching for innovative lesson ideas that will inspire learners and improve their communicative abilities.One strategy that can facilitate oral communication and inject authentic language situations into a classroom is role-playing activities.The lesson plan that follows requires students to imagine that they are a caped crusader attending a party with other superheroes.