Grammar with StoryBits

He must have…

Ask your students what they think happened before situations shown in cards. Prompt them with sentence heads: He must have... She might have... They can't have... Hint: This might...

Describing with StoryBits

See, Think, Wonder

Choose a card (or cards) relevant to the topic of your lesson. Ask three questions: What do you See? What do you Think? What do you Wonder? The first...

Storytelling

My fantasy vacation

Lay out all the cards on the table (or the floor in the middle of your classroom) so that all the students have easy access to them. Ask your...

describing with StoryBits

Describe the picture

Ask your students to describe what they see in a pre-selected card. The vast selection of topics featured in StoryBits enables you to choose the right picture to prompt...

making excuses

Why are you late?

Tell your students that they are going to learn how to make excuses. Ask them to think of all the situations that might get them in trouble and that...

mind map

Mind Map

Select single or multiple cards relevant to the topic of your lesson. Ask your students to describe what they can see in the picture and what they think the...

describing people with StoryBits

Personal Profile

There are about 20 cards in the deck that focus on just one character. Select those cards, shuffle them and deal to your students. Ask the students to describe...

Talking about the future

Oracle

Put students in pairs: one is the Oracle and the other is the Querent. Place a deck of StoryBits face down between them. The Querent asks a question, for example:...

Present Perfect with StoryBits

Never have I ever

Lay out all the cards face up on the table and ask your students to choose pictures that represent the most surprising things they have done and things they...