Emails and Phone Numbers (Business Cards)

This is a follow-up for my "At a party: meet new people" worksheet. I created 18 fake business cards based on the same celebrities so that my students can work on exchanging phone numbers and emails. First, we review numbers and how to give a phone number. Then we move on to emails ; we focus on special signs such as hyphens, underscores and we also review the alphabet for spelling names.Then on a piece of paper they make 3 columns: name, phone number and email address. They need to fill the grid with everyone's information. If you want extra-practice, why not have them fill in the grid with their actual information ?