Students have to tell the story (several times) using the story cues provided in the worksheet. This is a "Grammar up!" task where students add the past tense, articles, plurals, conjuntions, etc. to the story. The repetition helps students slowly start to focus on the grammar besides the content of the story. It worked for me across various levels up to intermediate. When I want to impress a prospective new client, I often do this task because it results in a strong sense of learning by virtue of students' speaking production improving upon each repetition. Bless up, Kisdobos
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Elementary (A1), Pre-intermediate (A2)
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