Short story: plot plus grammar

Shirak
Markus
Bink
Mirthe
Chenoa
Noortje
Lauren
Thijmen 
Siar
Jayden
Kalle
Mats
Mart
Berkay
Mohammed 
Meryam
Asude
Patricia 
Charlotte
Rianne
Emily
Yas-lynn
Hoda
Aya
Talin
Britt
Seating chart  2B
Teacher 
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This lesson contains 35 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 3 videos.

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Shirak
Markus
Bink
Mirthe
Chenoa
Noortje
Lauren
Thijmen 
Siar
Jayden
Kalle
Mats
Mart
Berkay
Mohammed 
Meryam
Asude
Patricia 
Charlotte
Rianne
Emily
Yas-lynn
Hoda
Aya
Talin
Britt
Seating chart  2B
Teacher 

Slide 1 - Slide

Today
  • Tips how to write a successful story
  • Grammar recap  

Slide 2 - Slide

Cooking up a short story!

Slide 3 - Slide

Goal
Today 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 write your own short story using the three main ingredients and structuring it with a plot diagram.

Slide 4 - Slide

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Slide 5 - Video

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

Slide 6 - Quiz

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

Slide 7 - Quiz

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

Slide 8 - Quiz

02:11
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 9 - 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. 

Slide 10 - Slide

INTRODUCTION
RAISING ACTION
CLIMAX
FALLING ACTION 
RAISING ACTION
RESOLUTION

Slide 11 - Drag question

Writing a story

Slide 12 - Slide

Slide 13 - Video

Slide 14 - Video

He walked into the forest carrying the suitcase
He walked slowly into the cold, dark forest and realised that the old, leather suitcase was remarkably heavy

Slide 15 - Slide

Use direct speech





"Oh no!'', he screamed.  
"Don't move", he whispered

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delicious
disastrous
exhausted
heartbroken
marvellous
sad
bad
nice
good
tired

Slide 17 - Drag question

Shirak
Markus
Bink
Mirthe
Chenoa
Noortje
Lauren
Thijmen 
Siar
Jayden
Kalle
Mats
Mart
Berkay
Mohammed 
Talin
Asude
Patricia 
Charlotte
Rianne
Emily
Yas-lynn
Hoda
Aya
Meryam
Britt
Seating chart  2B
Teacher 

Slide 18 - Slide

Today

  • Grammar recap  
  • F listening 
  • Slim Stampen / write a story

Slide 19 - Slide

Quantifiers
Much / many / (a) little / (a) few

countable / plural
uncountable / singuar
large amount
many
much
small amount
few
little 
small amount
(a) few
(a) little 

Slide 20 - Slide

much / many / a lot of / little / a little / few / a few
much / many / a lot of = veel
a little = een beetje
a few = een paar
little / few = weinig 


Slide 21 - Slide

Now 
Do ex 29 t/m 31 

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Slide 26 - Slide

Look at the next slide, what activity would you like to do and why?

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Slide 29 - Slide

Do ex 40

Slide 30 - Slide

Prepare your laptop

Slide 31 - Slide

Veel
Weinig
een paar, een beetje
A few
Few
A little 
Little
Many 
Much

Slide 32 - Drag question

Veel + Telbaar


Veel + NIET Telbaar

weinig + Telbaar

weinig + NIET Telbaar

een paar 
Telbaar

een paar 
+ NIET Telbaar

Little
Many
Few
Much
a Few
a Little

Slide 33 - Drag question

Now 
Slim stampen grammar 7
Vocab A,B,C,D

Slide 34 - Slide

Now 
Slim Stampen 
Voc A,B,C,D,F
Grammar 7

Slide 35 - Slide