1. Copy one handout for each pair of students, and cut the sheets in two.
2. Put the students into pairs, and distribute a half handout to each individual student.
3. Focus students' attention on the instructions. Used the first word as an example 'bass'. Elicit two different meanings of the word if you can from the students. See if students can tell you if there is a difference in pronunciation. Tell students such homographs are very common in English and that they need to work out two different meanings of the remaining words.
4. Allow students around ten minutes or until the conversation dies down to discuss the topic.
5. Finally, elicit responses from some of the students. If students are struggling to pronounce the difference between some of the words, drill.