1. Copy one handout for each individual student and distribute them.
2. Focus students' attention on the instructions in part A. Students must must find twelve different people who can answer 'yes' for each other statements 1-12. If your students are weak with question forms, get them to write questions using the pronoun 'you' in the present simple.
3. Next, tell them to stand up and mingle and to get a different person to answer every question. Provide students with necessary examples to encourage them to speak. Allow students the time necessary to get the required amount of answers from their fellow students.
4. Next, get students to do part B, the actual practice of the present simple third person. Encourage them to tell a partner what they found out in the third person with 'he' and 'she'. Ensure students tell the extra information too for more practice.
5. Monitor the students, providing language input or error correction when necessary.
6. Finally, elicit responses from some of the students and draw to their attention any appropriate vocabulary or serious language mistakes.