Number one for English language teachers

Writing: A nice story

Type: General lesson plan

Jane Richards wins the Lesson Share competition with this original and useful lesson to encourage students to use a wide range of adjectives, rather than depending on high-frequency lexical items such as good, nice and bad.

Age: Suitable for all ages

Level: Writing Entry Level 3 and above (but can be adapted for other levels)

Time: 30 minutes

Materials: OHT of A nice story. Photocopies of A bad day worksheet (one per group or one for each student, as you prefer)

Organization: Whole-group activity, then students in pairs or small groups

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  • Thank you for sharing that Serena :-)

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  • A very useful activity that allows students to become familiar with simple story plots while they are focusing on vocabulary.

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