Stories: Narrative Activities for the Language Classroom

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Cambridge University Press, 2003 M04 3 - 248 páginas
Stories are a wonderful way of helping students learn and acquire language. This book is for teachers who want to use story-based activities in their classroom, but are looking for a place to start. 'Stories' has three main goals: * to teach students the conventions of different narrative genres * to enable students to work with stories to achieve language-learning objectives * to help build a sense of community in the classroom.
 

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3 Complications and resolutions
33
4 Choose your own adventure narrative
39
Card 25
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Card 29
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Card 39
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Card 41
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Card 45
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Card 49
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19 Arguing a case
118
20 Describing the circumstances of a
123
21 Complaints in the context of a
125
22 Perfect match
132
23 Sound contrast
136
24 Schwa map
139
25 Milking a mystery
143
26 Finish my sentences
148

Card 53
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Card 57
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Card 61
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Card 69
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5 Startingattheend
60
6 Getting the point of a story
63
7 Point of view
69
8 Shaping facts to fit purpose
73
9 Troubles talk
78
10 Travel tales
81
11 Tall stories
85
12 In a nutshell
90
13 Rumour as narrative
94
14 Limericks
97
activities1528 Language learning through narrative
100
15 Text repair
102
16 Read ask and tell
106
17 Again and again
113
18 Recorded anecdotes
116
27 From short story to drama
150
28 Rewriting song lyrics
153
activities 2942
156
29 Storytelling as a social act
161
30 Every name tells a story 1
167
31 Every name tells a story 2
170
32 The landmarks of your life
174
33 Your language biography
177
34 Liar liar pants on fire
180
35 Thats incredible
184
36 Wearing a story
188
37 Pet hates
191
38 Culture bump
194
39 Write my story
198
40 Parables
200
41 Mystery pebbles
203
42 Here comes the bride
206
Story bank
209
References
233

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