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Story telling

  1. 1. Storytelling Attribution: Karen Richardson for www.onestopenglish.com Adapted by Debbie Tebovich http://datenglish.blogspot.com
  2. 2. Vocabulary Battering ram: A very heavy metal bar used by fire-fighters and law enforcement officers to break down walls and doors. to be armed Special commando Riot gear: protective clothing and equipment worn by police or prison officers -in violent crowds Helmet Stick Baton: a short stick carried by police Shutters: a protective covering Walkie-talkie Radio To surround the house To arrest Handcuffs Police station Police officer Jail / Prison
  3. 3. Emergent language Simple past vs. past perfect Prepositions: across from – on the corner – on the street – on the sidewalk Look at the map (policeman) He/she looks …. He looks as if he were … They look as if they were …. It seems to me that …. Occur (to come to mind) vs happen It never occurred to me that he would leave. The idea never occurred to me. Collected during practice
  4. 4. Last Wednesday, at around 4.30pm, I looked out of my window and saw …
  5. 5. A few minutes later, there were …
  6. 6. Standing on the corner were …
  7. 7. When I looked closer I saw they had …
  8. 8. They talked to each other and then silently …
  9. 9. Behind them were ...
  10. 10. Suddenly, two shots rang out: bang, bang. A few minutes later …
  11. 11. He was put into a _______, and _______.
  12. 12. After that, the street was quiet again and ...

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