2F- Speaking - Narrating events

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This lesson contains 22 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 4 videos.

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 Speaking

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Cooking up a short story!

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Goal
In today's lesson  you'll learn about the main ingredients of a story and a way to structure a story using the plot diagram.

By the end of this lesson you will be able to react to a story

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What to do?
Watch the video in the next slide and be ready to answer the questions 

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What is the right order?
A
Denouement, raising action, exposition, climax, falling action
B
exposition, raising action, climax, falling action, denouement
C
Exposition, climax, falling action, raising action, denouement

Slide 6 - Quiz

Harry Potter
You have all probably watched Harry Potter. If you haven't, you should! 
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On the next slide the plot of the first movie - The Philosopher's stone - has been divided in text fragment.

Drag and drop the plot phase to the correct text fragment. 

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INTRODUCTION
RAISING ACTION
CLIMAX
FALLING ACTION 
RAISING ACTION
RESOLUTION

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Now
In the next slide you will be watching David Heathfield telling a Thai fairy- tale .
Make a drawing while listening to him. 
You will have to retell this fairy-tale afterwards

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Slide 10 - Video

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Now what 
Tell the story to your neighbour, I'll be walking around, listening to you

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02:11
"And they lived happily ever after."
A
Falling action
B
Resolution
C
Exposition

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02:11
When the story is at it's most exciting and the battle between the protagonist and antagonist is decided
A
Rising action
B
Climax
C
Falling action

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02:11
What is 'Exposition'?
A
The beginning of the story
B
When the story is at it's most exciting
C
When the main problem has been solved

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Speaking strategy (page 20)
How.............!
What.............!
That.............!
-How exciting!
-How funny!
-How frightening!
-What a laugh!
-What a nightmare!
-What a terrible experience!
-What a surprise!
-That was lucky!
-That was unlucky!
-That was a mistake!
When you react to a story, you can use the following phrases:

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Reacting to a story
What do you know about the origins of Coca-Cola?
What were the ingredients?
When was it first made?



In a moment, you will see a video clip about the invention of Coca-Cola.
I want you to react to this story, please keep in mind the phrases. 

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Slide 18 - Video

First reactions.....
Raise your hand, give your first reaction. Use what, how, or that.

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Phrases while telling a story.







Think of three more phrases on how you can start. 
Introducing the story
Did you hear what happened to my friend.....?
Setting the scene
_______________Christmas Day/ her birthday / the first day of term, etc.

We were on holiday /  at the cinema / in town, etc.
Moving the story on
So that evening / a few days later / the next day / a while_______, etc
Finishing the story
__________... eventually,.....

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-ed / -ing Adjectives 
Adjectives - how a person feels = -ed
Adjectives - describes what causes the feeling -ing

I was bored (feeling) because the film was boring (this is why I was bored)

This map is confusing (the cause why I am confused). I'm confused (feeling)

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