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Let me tell you a story

Registered on 11.09.2008 - Closed on 11.09.2008

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Students are divided into pairs or small groups. They decide on a topic of their story. They work together to write a first part of their story (about 100-150 words). They can add some drawings, photos or pictures to their texts. Then, they send their stories to kids from a partner school. Their friends write a continuation (again about 100-150 words) and send it back. The activity continues until the story is finished. After that we can repeat the process with different pairs of students. At the end of a school year we print out our stories. They can be used by other teachers from our schools during their English lessons.

  • Subjects: Foreign Languages
  • Languages: EN
  • Pupil's age: 11 - 12
  • Tools to be used: Chat, e-mail, Forum, Other software (Powerpoint, video, pictures and drawings)
  • Aims: We want to: - learn how to write stories in English - practise Past Simple - learn new vocabulary - meet children from... read more
  • Work process:
  • Expected results: stories are published on our TwinSpace and printed out for other teachers and kids to use.
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ANA TUDOR

School Icon "Liviu Rebreanu" School, Mioveni Town, Arges County, Romania (judetul Arges, Romania)

Subjects: Art, Citizenship, Cross Curricular, Drama, Environmental Education, Ethics, European Studies, Foreign Languages, Geography, Health Studies, History, Informatics / ICT, Language and Literature, Media Education, Music, Natural Sciences, Primary School Subjects, Religion, Special Needs Education

Languages: EN

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Anna Dutka

School Icon Szkoła Podstawowa nr 33 im. Kornela Makuszyńskiego (Bielsko-Biała, Poland)

Subjects: Foreign Languages, Geography, History, Informatics / ICT, Music

Languages: EN

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Blogpost Picture I'm Ana, your Romanian partner in this project. I teach English in a small town from Romania. The photo represents...
Oct
06
2008
Posted by ANA TUDOR
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