Do you get stuck trying to ask a story in your class? Today, I’ve got you covered with 5 ways you can start a story in your class!
In this video, we will explore a variety of post-story and post-reading activities that you can do to maximize the effectiveness of your lessons and increase acquisition for your students!
If you want your students to be able to speak confidently in the target language, you need to provide oral comprehensible input and stories are the BEST way to do that in the modern classroom.
In this video, I talk about 5 ways to start a class story using comprehensible input in the modern language classroom. Each time I ask a story in class with my students, I will use one of these 5 ways to get us into a story quickly and efficiently.
In our second Back-to-Basics video, we will be talking about asking stories with your language classes.Stories are a great way to teach vocabulary and grammar in context while engaging your students with interactive language skills.
Sometimes teaching a story with 3 verbs is just too much for your students. That's where one-verb stories come in and are a great way to highlight a particular verb and allow your students to be hyper-focused and acquire that verb more easily.