An English Teacher's Toolbox

Jun 01

This is your setting. The words are your final sentence. Write the narrative.

This is your setting. The words are your final sentence. Write the narrative.

(Source: jessicamar32)

You’re at a camp fire. Tell a story.

You’re at a camp fire. Tell a story.

(via lacrimedipolvere)

(Source: inspired-for-lifee)

Write the story. What has happened?

Write the story. What has happened?

(Source: holyredhair)

Describe the moment.

Describe the moment.

(via you-make-me-smile-and-dream)

Top Tips for New Teachers! -

See my post for some tips.

Dystopia. You wake up and look out of the window. What has happened? Describe where you are and how it came to be.

Dystopia. You wake up and look out of the window. What has happened? Describe where you are and how it came to be.

This is your view. Where are you?

This is your view. Where are you?

Using the literary device of ‘dramatic irony’ write a short story of what happens here. Think about clues…what does the reader know that the characters don’t?

Using the literary device of ‘dramatic irony’ write a short story of what happens here. Think about clues…what does the reader know that the characters don’t?

You need to get to that bridge and cross it. Narrate your journey,

You need to get to that bridge and cross it. Narrate your journey,