To develop ss speaking and writing skils in the context of a frightening story.
To develop ss listening skills in the context of a narrative tenses.
To provide practice in speaking and writing.
Procedure (40-55 minutes)
I will deliver some small pictures to ss - they look at the pictures, try to put the pictures in order and work out what happened. T monitors and helps to ss if they need. Ss listen to the recording and check their order and ideas. Peer-checking.
T gives a H/O and ss fill in the gaps by trying to remember what happened. Ss work with their peers and listen&check their answers. Peer-checking. T paste answer keys up on the wall- ss check with the answer key.
T gives feedback by showing the narrative tenses of the h/o and writes some narrative tenses on w/b and highlight the tenses and asks ss sequence of the event. -How many actions are there? -Which is the first action? -Which is the second action? -Which is the long action? -Which is the short action? -Which tells us the events in the story? T drills.
Ss work in group and talk about what happened in the end. T monitors and takes some notes of the ss mistakes.
Ss write an ending of the story as a group. When they finish, t puts the writings onto the wall and ss walk around&read each other's stories. T reads the stories too and takes notes of the mistakes. Ss decide which story is the best/interesting/boring and then talk about why. T writes the mistakes on the w/b and does error corrections.