First, students have to tell the story of the little guy using all the words on the right side of the worksheet. Next, they have to add some more details to the story based on the 10 questions provided. Finally, students add to the story some of the “story phrases” at the bottom. Page 2 suggests follow-up tasks. Page 3 features my sample stories (1 short+1 long version). This story telling task could be used for almost all levels. Students on mor...
I love this lesson :) This is one of my favorite topics to talk about with my students.
If you like, you can do a gap fill activity. You can also have your students read and talk about the scary story (from about.com, but heavily edited to suit my students) included as a model for writing their own scary stories.
Another activity for the A2 My Writings booklet. This time practice with the present perfect and the past simple. There is a sample composition of an exciting event. Students are to write their own version below.There are 12 compositions in all. Bind in a spiral or use individually.
A short text for upper elementary students that is used to introduce fairy tale characters. Five activities that include: label the pictures, a True/False activity, unscramble and find words in a word search and a short activity to use –ED and -ING adjectives Fully editable!! Answer key (word search)included! Have a nice day!
The story of ´Up´, the children´s movie released by Disney/Pixar in 2009. The reading is followed by mixed exercises, including work with verbs, adjectives, opposites and vocabulary (names of animal young, collective nouns), comprehension and writing short notes. Fully editable. Answer Key included.