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allatc | Activities for Advanced Learners Rory’s story cubes | dejuf's TEFL blog I love my sets of Rory’s story cubes. Here are some ideas that I have tried out so far: Logical order: Organise the stones in a logical order (logical mathematical intelligence) or sort them into categories, that pupils invent themselves (animals, objects, nature, etc.) and explain One minute speeches: Use the stones as speaking prompts for one minute speeches (one die per pupil) Pass the story: Build a story by giving each learner a die to throw and start, continue and end the story. When I discovered and bought a new set of 9 dice from Rory’s story cubes: voyages! Reporting: You could have students report on a day/week by having them throw the dice, organise them chronologically and then have them tell what they did this past day/week. These were just the first few ideas with the new dice before having used this new set in class. I’m curious to hear your ideas to use these wonderful cubes! Like this: Like Loading...

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English Village | Arrive as Strangers, Leave as Friends Teach them English Two stars, a wish and a supertext! English 8C Homework for Wednesday 22nd of January is to watch this film and make sure you understand the phrases. Before you fly away with your text take a look at the things below. Perhaps you find something you need to work more with. STARSVariation and vocabulary Your language is varied. Clarity and coherence Your text has good flow. Adaption Your writing is well adapted to your theme. Variation and vocabulary You could vary your vocabulary more. Clarity and coherence Your text could have better flow. Adaption You could adapt your language more to your theme. Grammar and spelling You can improve the grammar in your text. Sara Creativities | Creative writing activities and ideas for the EFL/ESL classroom