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Match the most appropriate setting to the type of story. Explain your choices. Restaurant Horror Desert Sewers Romance Housing estate Entry Level English: Creating Narratives Jungle Science Fiction Big city Castle Action/Adventure Laboratory Dark woods Crime/Detective The Moon
Click twice on each drop down menu and choose the word that helps best describe the setting for this story. Explain what each word you have chosen adds to the description of the setting. How does it make the place sound? On a cliff stood a house. The curtains that hung at the windows were and . The front door was . birds circled overhead making cawing noises as they flew throughthe sky. Entry Level English: Creating Narratives
Put the words that describe this beach in the pyramid with the best at the top. Explain your choices. peaceful jewel shining paradise quiet Entry Level English: Creating Narratives lonely boring full of life warm tropical
Sort the characters into the appropriate type of story. Sort the characters into the appropriate type of story. What would they do? What would happen to them? Horror Entry Level English: Creating Narratives Romance
Sort the characters into the appropriate type of story. What would they do? What would happen to them? Action Entry Level English: Creating Narratives Science Fiction
Describing the way a character speaks, acts and moves can show a lot about them. Put two words that mean the same as the one in the first column in the positive and negative columns. Entry Level English: Creating Narratives stomp hunt hiss devour race nibble whisper stroll
Click twice on each drop down menu and choose the word that helps best describe the setting for this story. Explain what each word you have chosen adds to the description of the setting. How does it make the place sound? Entry Level English: Creating Narratives His face turned to face hers. He pp towards her. “So, my dear, what brings you to my castle?” he and pulled his ssss cape around him. As she moved to answer, his mouth turned into a . He moped to the chair across from her and at her. he into the chair and spoke .
Match the point of view with the correct character. How do different characters see the same events differently? Said she was only staying for a week! Did nothing but eat and drink, and took over our house that we’d worked hard for. Good riddance. Cinderella It was horrible, walking in and seeing my defenceless granny’s leg sticking out of that evil wolf’s mouth! I’ll hunt down every wolf I see. Wicked Stepmother Entry Level English: Creating Narratives I told her she couldn’t go to the ball because she is too young to go dancing with boys. Then she ran off without telling anyone where she was going. I was worried sick. Seven Dwarves See, the thing with little pigs and grandmothers is that they taste so good! We’ve all got to eat and it’s what I do; eat things that taste good! Don’t tell me you’ve never enjoyed a burger! Little Red Riding Hood I was always being told what to do and bossed around. My stepmother treated me like a slave so I decided to follow my heart. Big Bad Wolf
Sort the words below into first person or third person, to show whether a story is written from the point of view of ‘I’ or ‘he/she’. First person – ‘I’ us Plural Singular Entry Level English: Creating Narratives his Third person – He/She her me we them mine himself him herself my myself our their they ourselves
Put these sentences in the order they would happen in a story. BEGINNING Entry Level English: Creating Narratives Ravi turned and saw a wrinkled old man cackling. But tonight was different. He heard a tip tap noise, like a walking stick, behind him. Suddenly, there was a swish in the air above Ravi’s head as something was swung at him. Throwing himself through the front door, Ravi thought, “Safe at last!” END “I’m going to get you, boy!” It was a cold, dark, winter’s evening and Ravi was late from school. With his heart pounding, Ravi raced towards his house.