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HOW TO WRITE A STORY (3ºESO)

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HOW TO WRITE A STORY (3º ESO)

COOPERATIVE LEARNING

INTRO

video on how to write a story

#1

- We are going to watch a short video on how to write a story. 1. After watching it, in pairs, reflect on the steps to be followed to write a story. 2. Then, tell the teacher about your partner's opinions/ideas.

- WHOLE-CLASS ACTIVITY: aloud, we are going to read some useful info. After reading it, the teacher will give you some time to reflect, in pairs, about the following questions: 1. How many parts does a story usually contain? 2. What should you include in each of the different parts? 3. Can you name 3 time and sequence linkers? 4. Can you name 3 linkers for dramatic effect? 5. What is Reported Speech used for?

- WHOLE-CLASS ACTIVITY: following the steps we have learnt so far, we are going to write, together, a story that begins... 'It was a quiet morning, but suddenly...'

USEFUL INFO

on how to write a story

#2

SAMPLE

story

#3

- Now, we are going to divide the class into groups made up of 5 students.

- Once you have written your - story, each group must illustrate it using the app STORYBIRD. - Let's have a look at some examples! https://storybird.com/read/

GROUP

distribution

#4

TASK 2

digital story

#6

- Each group  has to write their own story (the teacher will provide the groups with a suitable title or beginning if they cannot think of one). - Remember all the elements a good story should contain!

TASK 1

story

#5

- Each group  has to give an oral presentation using their digital story (= you have to read it aloud to the rest of the class) - Each and every member of the group must take part in the presentation!

- The students will be given a GROUP MARK (story + digital story)... - ...as well as an INDIVIDUAL MARK (performance during the oral presentation)

ASSESSMENT

group + individual

#8

PRESENTATION

of the digital story

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