5. Famous English-speaking writers, fictional characters and imaginary worlds

With this post we will continue with our project in groups for the Currículum Integrado in English. We will work on literature contents.

In this activity you will have to describe an English-speaking writer, a fictional character or an imaginary place in English literature.

Activity for student 1: Describing a fictional character of English literature. Choose a famous character of English literature, incude a picture and a description with three striking adjectives that don’t fit the picture. To guess this riddle the players will have to substitute the striking adjective by the correct ones.

Follow this model: 

Robin Hood is wearing a blue dress and a pair of brown boots. He has got dark curly hair. 

Correct answer: Robin Hood is wearing a green dress and a pair of green boots. He has got long fair hair. 

Click on Robin Hood to know the names of other fictional characters of English literature.

Activity for student 2: Describing an imaginary place of English literature. Visit this website to choose an imaginary place in literature, like Camelot. Describe it including three elements that don’t appear in the image.

Activity for student 3: Describing an English-speaking writer. Visit this website to get images about famous English writers. Write a description and include three striking adjectives that don’t describe the character.

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