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Fairy Tale - Story Sequencing

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A great additional activity to do after you complete the Momotarou unit of work. 
It brings out kids creative spirits and also teaches them about fairy tales from other countries.

 

MATERIALS NEEDED:


 

DETAILED EXPLANATION:

General Lesson Outline (2-3 lessons worth)

  • 1. Ask kids if they know of any fairy tales that is not from Japan and list them on the board.

  • 2. Introduce the story you will be reading out. Use a lot of hand gestures and pointing of pictures when reading - avoid Japanese unless absolute necessary.

  • 3. Jumble the story flash cards and ask kids to order the sequence of events of the story.

  • 4. Tell kids that this time you want them to create their own version of the story.

  • 5. Using the blackboard/whiteboard do a version of it with the whole class (This is where JTE/Elementary school teacher can jump in to help translate/direct)

  • 6. Hand out printouts and ask them to brainstorm ideas of what they can possibly write about.

  • 7. Students then can write about their own version in a mix of English and Japanese. (You can use more scenes with captions)

  • 8. What is not finished can be done for homework/brought in for next class and the best one displayed in the classroom .


A great way to bring out all the English the kids know onto a piece of paper. This can be used in JHS and SHS with less or more writing lines and conditions. Many JTEs may disagree with doing this as exams are pretty much multiple choice and that it will be too hard but with the proper scaffolding it can be done.


 

VARIATIONS:

  • Make the pictures into a comic strip so kids can look through their textbooks and insert phrases they know 
  • (e.g. Hi/Hi Friends/How are you?/My birthday is in..../I like .../I want.../I get up at 3 etc.)

  • Make it a group activity instead and breakdown the scenes so one kid does one scene.

  • Do a competition where kids think of ideas together and make a script and act it out. My kids did their one in mostly English and we used the most popular appropriate one to act out with paper props etc.

  • Do a cut, paste and sequence activity with different fairy tales.


TEACHING SUGGESTIONS:

  • If you think its a little difficult for your class, feel free to edit (use comic strips, add in comprehension questions in Japanese etc.)

  • Remember to make some picture flashcards of whatever story you are planning to do because it will make your life and comprehension for the kids so much easier.



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  • 上の「Materials Needed」に見てください。

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