Length: 45 minutesLevel: Bre-intermediateOBJECTIVE: To make students speak outat the end of the story.
Warm up: Shows pictures and studentshave to guess to what story belong.
Introduce the story. There was once a miller who, when he died, had nothing to leave to his three sons but a mill, a donkey, and a cat. The mill he left to his eldest son, the donkey to the second, and to the youngest he left the cat. The youngest son was very unhappy. "Alas!" he said, "This cat is of no use to me and I am too, poor to feed her.“…..
asks students what is the mainidea, the main characters
What kind of character do you think Puss in Boots is? (Is heclever, sneaky, honest, friendly, cute?)Puss in Boots tells many lies in this story. Why does he lie? Whatdo you think about his lying?
Students have to answer questions.
Every picture tells a storyIn your own words, write what is happening in this picturefrom the story Puss in Boots.
Ask students to write a short story.
Assessment: Students are able to createtheir own story using their imagination.