Play a game in which they have to use as simple sentences as they know to make three (one of them must be false) so the rest of the class should guess which!!
Sentences with I HAVE/I CAN/I LIKE are more than enough.
another excellent exercise is to fill in a form (this is a bit more formal) with their partner's information:
ADVANTAGES: make them ask questions, spell surnames, practise numbers, and very important: they get to know each other!
I hope this is useful for you!
Try using TPR (Total Physical Response) techniques (James Asher). These are enjoyable, and they reduce the pressure on students to talk before they feel ready.
I also recommend games, they engage students easily.
This is a site (http://www.education.vic.gov.au/languagesonline/default.htm) where you can freely download software to design interesting and motivating games for your lessons.
Tell me if it is useful for you (and everyone reading this reply).
I realy found the way.
thanks jj! it's nice one
of course it's useful and the most useful part (to me) was Teacher notes.
games and activities help me alot, thanks
it's the best one
I apprecaite it , thank you