They then performed them for the rest of the class as if to children. Great fun and wonderful and hilarious adaptations and performances by the class. Well done everyone!
Have a great weekend and may you all live like they do in the fairy tales - happily ever after!
Narrative tenses - these are forms of the past tenses you can use in telling stories, see more at
The British Council's website has many fun and excellent lessons plans, and the one I used as a basis for this lesson can be seen at https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/fairy-tales-not-just-kids
There is also another lesson plan with worksheets available on the Councils website that explores narrative tenses at http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/telling-a-story
Dance and rap your way to fluency with Lawrence's adaptations of DiscoTENSE songs - Good times - Present and continuous at http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS-eQxgMJEd0d6B32n0jInZFAcDAd84fZ
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