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Task: Students listen to the audio clip and identify examples of the language systems (grammar, lexis, phonology, functional language, discourse).

Reading: "The Unexpected Guest"

One stormy night, a weary traveler stumbled upon a small inn by the roadside. The innkeeper, a kind-hearted woman, welcomed him in. Despite the late hour, she prepared a warm meal and offered him a room. They shared stories by the fireplace, finding comfort in each other's company. The traveler, grateful for the hospitality, promised to return the favor someday.

Listening: "Moonbeam's Secret"

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For the writing activity, students can be encouraged to continue either the story of the weary traveler at the inn or the celestial tale of Luna the moonbeam. Here are prompts for each:

Writing Prompts:

For the Inn Story:

: Continue the story of the weary traveler and the kind-hearted innkeeper. What happens the next day? Does the traveler keep his promise to return the favor? Perhaps there's a twist or a revelation about the traveler or the innkeeper.

Example Start: The next morning, the traveler, feeling rejuvenated, decided to explore the small town. As he walked through the quaint streets, he stumbled upon a surprising discovery...

For the Luna Story:

: Expand on Luna's newfound confidence. How does her transformation affect the night sky and those who observe it? Maybe introduce a new character or a challenge that Luna faces with her new perspective.

Example Start: Emboldened by her unique ability, Luna began to explore other parts of the sky. One night, she encountered a group of wandering stars, lost and looking for guidance...

Activity Guidelines:

  1. Creativity Encouraged: Students should feel free to take the story in any direction they choose, focusing on creative expression.

  2. Language Systems Focus: Remind students to incorporate the language systems they've been learning about. They can use descriptive language (lexis), maintain a consistent narrative tense (grammar), and create dialogue that reflects functional language.

  3. Sharing and Feedback: After writing, students can share their continuations in pairs or small groups, providing feedback on language use, creativity, and how well they continued the theme and tone of the original stories.

This activity not only allows students to practice their writing skills but also encourages them to think creatively and apply the language concepts they've learned in an engaging and imaginative context.