Students begin by examining ghost stories and brainstorming a list of qualities that make the stories vivid and interesting. They then use a literary elements map as they write a ghost story they have heard, but have never seen written, and then share their stories orally with the class.
This lesson combines an expository lesson, fiction lesson, and a creative writing lesson. It begins with an expository piece that includes 4 different sections about history of Ghost Stories. This first section also has a corresponding Graphic Organizer ensuring the students maintain involvement.
A collection of English ESL worksheets for home learning, online practice, distance learning and English classes to teach about ghost, story, ghost story.CAN I PLAN AND WRITE A SUCCESSFUL GHOST STORY? Your task: Complete your ghost story by continuing your narrative to include what happensafteryou encounter the ghostly spirit. As this is a short story, you should aim to write no more than 2 A4 sides of paper, which includes the narrative you've already written.The following written prompts play with this idea and give the beginning ideas of a story or thought, which students can use to create a ghost story of their own. Most of these are written in the.
Pick four words from the list of “Useful words to use when writing a ghost story” and in 10 minutes put together a short ghost story. This should be no more than 150 words in total and must.Read More
Want to write a customised short story really quickly? Choose a style, opening and type of ending, name your character, choose a few adjectives and we write a story for you. Use the form below for your tailer-made tale. Tweet. Share. Share. Tumblr. Google. Reddit. Please keep your input family friendly. Need a prompt? Go random! Title. Opening. Conflict. Resolution. Your protagonist Name Male.Read More
When writing, it helps to have a plan. You should research your story by reading books of the same genre or getting some real-life experience. The best stories have a challenge, a solution and an.Read More
Monthly lesson plan - April 2014: Planning and writing a story. 3.623375. Average: 3.6 (77 votes) This lesson for teenagers and adults at B2 level uses materials in the writing skills section on LearnEnglish Teens and focuses on helping students plan and write a story. Introduction. Helping students to develop their writing skills can be challenging. Writing in class may be considered quite.Read More
Scary Stories This ESL conversation activity helps students learn English speaking skills by retelling a story. Memorization is a small part of this task, but more importantly, students need to be able to retell the key parts and fill in the details with their own words. Focus: learn English b.Read More
Explore wonderful stories about Clarice Bean and her fantastic family. Practise using commas in lists and punctuating speech. Write letters in character and write and publish a story in the style of Lauren Child.Read More
Retell some of your favorite ghost stories, too. This will get your child excited about the activity. Explain the meaning of a “cliffhanger”. Talk about movies or books your child has read in which the ending was left off and he was stuck wondering what happened next. Explain that he will write his own cliffhanger using his list of Halloween words to help form ideas. Just as his story.Read More
Telling a ghost story In this activity, your students will create a ghost story by adding their own ideas to a common plot. Tell them that this story starts with them driving along a road in a car. Show them the picture on the worksheet and tell them that this is the road they are driving on.Read More
With this lesson, students will create a short story chain. They will each write for five minutes on a selected topic. When time is called, they will stop writing no matter where they are (yes, even if it is mid-sentence!) and pass their papers to the person behind them. (The person in the last seat of each row will pass their paper to the person in the first seat.).Read More
Creative Writing Step 1- Story Ideas Lesson Plan. Teach a simple formula to easily create story ideas. Introduces main character and basic plot. Download PDF - Step 1- Creating Story Ideas Lesson Plan. Creative Writing Step 2- Introduce your Character Lesson Plan. Shows students how to describe their main character using strong adjectives, verbs, adverbs and how to introduce the character in.Read More