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You can read a little more about this via Richard Byrne’s blog entry, here.
Embedding target vocabulary and grammar points in vivid and emotionally-engaging stories is a great way to help your students remember more from their lessons, and remember them better. Here, I share twelve ways you can create stories with your learners.
In this post, I share some diary templates I’ve made, and some ideas on how your learners could use them, hopefully to enjoy themselves whilst revising vocabulary and putting new words and expressions to use.
A very simple, effective way of unblocking struggling students’ creativity in class.
Level: pre-intermediate to advanced.
Ages: teens and adults.
Type: telling a ghost story; sharing strange or unexplained stories; revising narrative forms.
Skills: reading; writing; speaking; listening; pronunciation.
Language focus: narrative tenses.