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Customers who bought this item also bought. Stock Image. Published by CreateSpace Independent Publis This is an idea I learned when I first started teaching and still use to this day. The main focus of the activity is on developing writing skills, but it's also good for developing listening and reading skills and also for practising past tenses and descriptive vocabulary.
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All you need to get things started is a sheet of plain paper for each pair of students. This activity is fun and creative and has always worked well for me both with adults and younger students. Need a little more help with your professional development? Find a training course for your needs. Hello Nik I really like your activity but i can't see the connection between "a dark and stormy night" and a person's appearance and character.
The topic we are studying now is exactly the same. And I don't know how my students should use the information they've already written down about their character I mean the description of a previous classmate. The thing is that I'm working with hard-of-hearing children and I must explain them eveything in details. Hi Nik and Alexandra,I read your post and reply, and I think that quite possibly Nik was using the "dark and stormy" night reference for three reasons:1 It's the starting point of the story that is used for the person the students have described.
I don't mean to jump to conclusions, and I apologize to Nik if I missed his point, but this is what seems to be the natural connection to me. This is much the same as judging someone by their appearance Nik, I think this is a great idea I've go through the whole teaching method and found a different style of a teacher, who tried to create a method of teaching which really help to students for thinking and learning together. This is a nice post in an interesting line of content.
Thanks for sharing this article, great way of bring such topic to discussion. I think the main idea here is to get students to be creative and think outside the box.
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Thinking of different adjectives to describe a person gets their minds going and most people need some help to begin a story. I'm sure the same exercise would work with a different opening line or other variations. It's also interesting how stories that start with an identical phrase can end so differently. This lesson plan has strong practical and operational features, which can be applied into our teachers' daily classrooms.
It came to the cultivation of students' creative thinking and its correlations with the activities for practicing their writing abilities, under certain carefully set background - 'a third person in students' mind when suffering a dark and stormy night'.