Check out this fun storytelling game (writing or speaking activity) from Bryan Kandel. Share this:TweetEmailMorePrintLike this:Like Loading...
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Love this. In a detailed daily routine unit my students made 8 pictures/clip art of things they do in their day. Today they had 20 minutes to use them to concoct an ‘outrageous’ day story. Many combined elements of both. During the 20 min. ‘creating period’ we paid close attention to conjunctions and adverbs that could jazz up the story. Then they went around sharing with other groups – it required fast on your feet thinking as many ‘listeners’ took the time to ask questions during the stories for more detail. Partners loved it, review and use of key items was great. Thanks for the post for the inspiration!
We did an ‘offshoot’ of this today and it was fabulous. As part of a revisited ‘daily routine’ unit students had previously drawn/download/clipart 10 pictures to describe thing in their day. Today students in pairs had 20 minutes to use the pics (one set or a combination of both) and come up with an ‘outrageous’ day. On the board I put some resources that included new conjunctions and adverb use reminders! During the ‘telling time’ they visited with 3 other pairs. They told their stories, and even answered questions on the fly about what was happening. It relied on the story being comprehensible to the other pair. After they were asked to comment on ‘what improved for you’ during the activity. Many talked about improving their speaking speed, how much vocabulary they remember. They really liked being able to ‘re-tell’ it a couple of times and add even more details. Thanks for the inspiration – more to come!