StoryBits

Visual teaching aid for diverse languages and levels

DEVELOPED SPECIFICALLY FOR ADULTS

If you are looking for visual materials to satisfy the needs of your adult learners, then the meticulously selected lexical content of StoryBits is precisely what you need.

DESIGNED BY PASSIONATE TEACHERS
StoryBits were created by a group of teachers like you: innovative, learner-centred and striving to make language learning an enjoyable experience.
TESTED ON REAL STUDENTS

All the cards in the deck, as well as games and activities on this website, have been thoroughly tested on adult students in authentic English and Spanish classroom.

DISCUSSIONS ON ENGAGING TOPICS

We have been uncompromising in our search for thought-provoking topics relevant to interests, life experiences and expectations of adult learners.

STORYTELLING

StoryBits are meant to be inspiration for stories told in your classroom: what happens to the characters depends on your and your students' creativity.

DOZENS OF ACTIVITIES

This website will provide you with an ever-growing collection of classroom activities, ideas and examples of how to use StoryBits when working with your students.

54

Colourful Cards

8

Relatable Characters

Stories to Tell

Let your students have fun while learning language!

SPEAKING

Encourage your students to use their imagination and build stories around their own selections of cards or utilise individual cards as prompts for discussing topics tailored to the specific interests of adult learners.

speaking activities for language classroom

WRITING

Whatever story your students can imagine, it may also be put down in writing. Use StoryBits to boost creativity in classroom writing activities or to prompt home assignments such as stories, dialogues, and even essays.

writing activities for language classroom

VOCABULARY

StoryBits are based on a thorough selection of lexical content, including emotions, life stages, work, sports, furniture, food, pets, places and many more lexical areas that you can teach in whichever language you like.

vocabulary for English classroom

GRAMMAR

Ask your students to describe a picture (the present), tell a story (the past) or pretend to be a fortuneteller (the future). Select a couple of cards and ask them to make comparisons between people, places, jobs...

grammar for language classroom