Draw a big rectangle on the board. Draw in
the rectangle a variety of squiggles (lines),
doodles, shapes (and colors if you have
them). Ask the class what they think the pic-
ture represents. Assure the students that
there is no right or wrong answer and
encourage them to use their imaginations.
Adjectives and nouns
Students suggest adjective-noun phrases,
for example, 'a black cat', 'an expert doctor'.
Contribute some yourself. As the phrases are
suggested, write the adjectives in a column
down the left-hand side of the board, and the
nouns on the right-hand side. Then they vol-
unteer ideas for different combinations, for
example 'a black doctor' or 'an expert cat'.
See how many the class can make it. If
someone suggests a strange combination,
he/she has to justify it.
Draw a small part of a picture. Ask the stu-
dents what it's going to be. Encourage differ-
ent opinions. Don't confirm or reject their
ideas. Add a little more to the drawing and
ask the question again. Build the picture up
in about four stages.
Оставьте свой комментарий:
Комментарии:↓ Показать еще коментарии ↓