A powerpoint aimed at making students practise organising their long answers.
The first three slides are a demonstration of a sample answer with example points. It is important to tell the students that they need to think of more than the four points they are given.
Are good prompts for adding more information.
Also, discuss the difference between part 2 questions that need a NARRATIVE answer in chronological order and those that need a DESCRIPTION. Some answers mix both types.
Slides 5 and 6 are two questions with picture and question prompts. 5 needs the students to order the questions and imagine an answer for each that creates the best narration and description of the problem and item.
The 6th slide is a simple narration, arrange the pictures into what you think its the right order and describe the key events of the meal.
7 - 9 are sample questions. Distribute them among students and have them critique each other's answer plans.