In the first slide, students work in pairs to come up with the questions which would have produced those answers. They have been working on questions and answers in dialogue over recent lessons, so it is all recycled vocabulary.
Once they have had time to do the task, we go through it together and compare their questions with mine. Then they use the questions to produce their own answers from memory and hold a dialogue with a partner. They are not allowed to write anything down.
Following this, they play a whole class game of hot seating, in which one person sits on a chair at the front of the room and randomly picks other students to ask the questions, before answering them.
The hot seating worked really well. Firstly, students were really keen to be picked, and even the quietest students contributed. Secondly, every time the person in the chair made a grammatical error in his or her answer, someone corrected it and because no one had written anything down, it was all done from memory.
This game was an all round winner. Minimum teacher input and maximum student engagement, with collaboration and peer checking. I can see it becoming a favourite very quickly.