ROALD DAHL IN A NUTSHELL
Escrito por MIRIAM CASTRO HUERGA, jueves 29 de septiembre de 2016 , 18:29 hs , en INGLÉS

This year we're marking 100 years since the birthday of Roald Dahl and it surely deserves celebrating. He's well known for many of his children books like Mathilda, but the work we will be dealing with here is Tales of the Unexpected, adapted and turned into a TV series.

 

Here you have an activity on the author and his work to work with ESL students (level B2) and this is the layout:

  1. Brainstorming on the author as a warm-up activity.
  2. Introduce the writer and his work.
  3. Work on Lamb to the Slaughter:

          4. Create a radio programme on it:

  • Assign each student a short story to read and analyse.
  • In the framework of a radio programme on Roald Dahl, students pretend to be guests who have been invited to the programme as experts on the writer and his work. They should be in charge of making a presentation of the tale they have read with the aim of enticing the audience to read it.
  • Publish the students' work on the blog (this also works as a kind of portfolio) so everybody in class can enjoy each other's work.

To have access to the final product, click here. Enjoy!



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