5.2.1. Reading the scene
|Short task description||Teachers assign students their roles that they read for the first time.|
|Aims||Students become acquainted with their roles and those of fellow players.|
|Social format||Individual Work|
|Time needed||15 min|
|Possibilities for differentiation||Standard version: Students may read their scene twice.
↓: Read the script multiple times.
↓↓: Use the built-in dictionary for further language support.
Students are assigned to work groups and roles are assigned to the individual members of the group. Each group member reads the scene assigned to their work group. During this phase, students work on becoming acquainted with their role and the scene. Students should also work on understanding the scene as best they can. Students have access to the built-in dictionary to improve their understanding of the text, whenever it is necessary.
Using the game
Step 1: Use the built-in dictionary for help, if there are words that you don’t understand.
Step 2: Read first the summary of scene 1 and then your scene, if your group works on scene 2.
Step 3: Read first the summaries of scene 1 and 2 and then your scene, if your group works on scene 3.
The Awarding points are then displayed, as shown below.
Total possible points: 50 points