This worksheet is compatible with most writing tasks that involve narrating or describing a sequence. The following examples show how I use it.
- We watch a movie sequence and then I ask my students to draw comic strips of key scenes and write subtitles. Then they use the subtitles to later describe to the class what happened in the movie.
- Another way I use it, is to ask students to create their own story, describing events in a sequence.
Don’t limit yourself to the above suggestions. Feel free to come up with your own ideas. The idea behind the worksheet is that when students see a worksheet, already well layered out, they feel encouraged to do the writing task.