By Jill Hadfield
This ebook is meant for academics of English as a overseas language.
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Our friends disappeared in the fog in front of us. * As we came close to the cafe, we heard a terrible noise. * In the fog, we saw something coming towards us. * It was a huge snow plough with four long blades turning round on the front. * We were trapped on the railway track between the walls of ice. Where could we go? * I tried shouting but the snow plough was too noisy. * In the end, we stood against the wall and made ourselves as flat as possible. Would there be enough room for the snow plough to pass us?
5 Picture sections You are a TV technician who is travelling to Borneo to make a film about wildlife. You are meeting the other members of the TV team in the departure lounge. Find the other members of the TV team. Similar cards can be easily made for a tour group, a volleyball team, a chess team, the plane crew, a circus, etc. LEVEL Elementary and above (depending on the complexity of the pictures) TIME 5-10 MATERIALS Magazine pictures PREPARATION Collect some magazine pictures and cut them into four quarters.
6 Ask them to imagine who all those people are, and invent the story behind why they were all there at that particular time with that strange object. 7 When the stories are ready, pin them up around the class, together with the photos. 78 A SENSE OF BELONGING MAINTAINING THE GROUP 79 ) REMARKS 1 Although this activity, unlike the others in this section, is based on fantasy not reality, the act of taking a photo of the whole group, together with the various inventive theories suggested for why they should all be together, is an activity that contributes greatly to the students' sense of themselves as a group.