Describe the scene

I enjoy this lesson.  We look at an image that has lots of things going on and I ask the student to Describe the Scene. If they have a low level of English, they might simply say, “Woman shopping. Dog running.” If their level is a bit higher, they might have fun saying, “Woman talk on phone. Woman hits man’s head.”46ced3afc97ee6d3f8b05c56c3a58b4c

I enjoy this lesson so much that I scour the internet looking for more scenes. I like absurd pictures that require my student to use their imagination to explain what is happening.  This is great for adults too.

A few of my favorites:

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This idea came from BuzzFeed. 50 Completely Unexplainable Stock Photos No One Will Ever Use. The question is, why would someone need this picture?



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Private English tutor for children and adults in Krasnodar, Russia.

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