This is a video clip of two students doing what I call the "Meet and Greet" Chart.
I use this chart with my students of all ages. My Spanish for You! students do this at some point during the year once they have learned all the phrases necessary to do it.
I also use this chart with my first year high school students (not using Spanish for You!) at the beginning of the school year when they are learning all these phrases and questions.
I use this chart with my second and third year high school students as a warm up at the beginning of class. It is a great warm up for more advanced students because often these simple things get are forgotten as students advance. Then the day arrives when they are in a situation where they need to meet and greet someone new in Spanish, and find themselves like deer in the headlights. They have forgotten these common words and phrases.
When I do this chart with students for the first time, I write the categories on the board as you see in the video - Greet, Introduce Selves, Say Nice to Meet You, How Are You, Where From, Good-bye. Then I go through each group to see what students already know. I fill in as they tell me and then fill in with the rest.
Then I have students go through the chart with a partner as if meeting for the first time. The follow the chart from the board beginning with "Meet" and ending with "Good-bye".
Eventually they do the chart without it on the board.
When I use this with high school students, I also include meeting and greeting in "formal" situations (using the "formal you") AND introducing a person to another person.
The video clip here is my more simple "Meet and Greet" chart. Take a look. I hope you like it and can use the idea with your students too!