Par Silverteacher le 21 Septembre 2012 à 06:47
Telling a story from two different points of view.
It’s always challenging for students to understand who the narrator is and from what angle the story is being told.
Choosing the right angle might turn out to be helpful.
Why not use the song “summer nights” from the musical Grease, which relates a summer love from two different angles?
Nice way of reviewing the tenses of the past, memories and how to tell a story.Here is the document. http://bit.ly/ViXRMw
Then the students told their stories after having made snapshots of the necessary scenes to tell the story.The recordings were uploaded via voicethread.
I listened and typed all the stories they had recorded and pointed out the grammatical problems and the wrong use of vocabulary.I set up a private page on my blog so that they could access their transcripts.
Then I recorded a correction of the text that they had to write down.
Then a list of exercises were suggested to help them practice and correct their mistakes.
The closing activity:make the Students react on Sandy and Danny meeting again using the post it on Linoit.