Consequences (Outcomes)

Jbouchery 2012-12-15 11:55:33

This is not an original; it's a game a learnt from my grandmother and has provided hours of hilarity since! I now use it with my students to practice narrative structure, sequencing, and reported speech.

Here's how it works: Each student is given a copy of the w/s. They secretly write down the name of a famous man and then fold the paper over so that the 'Met' is showing. They pass the paper on clockwise and, with their 'new' sheet they write the name of a famous woman, fold it over so that 'At' is showing, and pass it on again clockwise. Do this until all the fields are completed... then pass it on one more time and each person takes a turn to read the narrative they're holidng!

Once you have the concept down pat you don't need to use the worksheet any more.

I have included an example on the second page.

I hope you enjoy it - in your classroom or at your next dinner party/ family gathering!

The above downloadable handout was created for high school students and adults at Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1) and Upper-intermediate (B2) level. It is aimed at practising Reported Speech (Indirect speech) in English, and is useful for working on your learners' Speaking and Reading skills. It focuses on the theme of Storytelling.
Copyright License: This file is licensed by Jbouchery under the Creative Commons Attribution License

Upload date: 2012-12-15 11:55:33

Author: Jbouchery

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Jbouchery is from/lives in Spain and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2012-10-07 17:30:14. Jbouchery last logged in on 2018-12-10 08:43:36, and has shared 9 resources on iSLCollective so far.

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