CONTRIBUTE TO A COLLABORATIVE CHAIN STORY (LOW B2) (B2) (C1)

THE STORY IS OVER NOW. THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR KIND AND CREATIVE COLLABORATION. It is published below. In class we´ll make comments on it.

A chain story is an easy way to have students learn vocabulary and work with their friends to create a collaborative story. In a chain story, the teacher begins the story, student A continues the story, student B continues where A stopped, and so on. The students have to listen to each other and understand each other so that the story makes sense and flows.

For this activity, you will contribute to a collaborative web chain story. We will be using an online tool, Padlet. This tool allows you to click on the web wall and add text, images, videos, and more. You do not have to register, but please include your name. You can contribute on any mobile device with internet access or on the web.

FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

1st Visit the collaborative chain story for your group by clicking the link below. The story has already been started.

2nd To contribute to the story:

Read the entire story up to the last post. NOTE: It begins from the bottom up. Your contribution needs to make sense and continue the flow of the story as well as relate to the previous post.

Click on the board, a box will pop-up, please add your first and last name. If you feel uncomfortable with this, then add the first letter of your name and at least 4 of the initial letters of your last name.

Start typing your contribution. It should be at least 50 words long. Add an image or a link to a video or sound clip to accompany your part of the story. This added multimedia should be an element you wrote about in your story.

THE TEACHER STARTS THE STORY BUT….At least 5 additional people need to contribute to the story. It should be obvious that 5 additional people  (STUDENTS) contributed.

 After all your contributions the story  needs to have a clear beginning, middle, and end.

Padlet

THANK YOU FOR YOUR COLLABORATION !!!!

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Posted on November 16, 2014, in APPS and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. The story is already complete, isn´t it?

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