Present Simple Chain Stories

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Present Simple
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 14th Nov 2014

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Present Simple Chain Stories/Consequences
Sit in a circle or circles and take one copy of the worksheet each. Fill in the top gap to 
make a true or imaginary sentence. Fold along the dotted line so the next person can’t see
what you have written, and pass the worksheet to the person on your left. Continue writing
and passing until the whole of each copy is written on and folded up. When all the stories 
are finished, pass them one more time, open the one that you receive, and tell the class 
what things in the story that you read do and do not make sense.

Early in the morning ______________________________________________________.

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I always _________________________________________________ before breakfast. 

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After breakfast, I ________________________________________________________.

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Then I go to ___________________________________________________________.

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I get there by ____________________________________________________________.

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When I get there, I _______________________________________________________.

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I sometimes ___________________________________________________________,…

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… but I usually ___________________________________________________________.

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The other people there always _______________________________________________.

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When I’ve finished there, I _________________________________________________.

Make up similar worksheets for other groups to play the same game with. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2014

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