Grammar can be fun
- Jack and the Beanstalk
– with activities to show students how adjectives and adverbs make language more precise, more interesting, more powerful
- Anansi and the Rubber Man
– with activities to make students more aware of tenses, particularly the going to future
- The Gigantic Turnip
– with activities to encourage a wider vocabulary
This CD-ROM is part of a teaching series published by Longman, Hong Kong, Teaching Grammar Through Storytelling.
The intention of the series, aimed at primary school classes, is to demonstrate the techniques of storytelling and show how certain grammar items can be consolidated through the stories.
© Pearson Education Asia Limited 2006 (ISBN 962-01-6033-9)
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For those who are teachers: Telling stories in the classroom: basing language teaching on storytelling