miércoles, 22 de marzo de 2023


Shared by Shawn Redwood:

"Six-Word Memoirs® is a simple way to engage and inspire anyone and everyone to get to the essence of who they are and what matters most."


You can use this as a lesson in your English Classroom. There are plenty of examples and prompts on the website. It is best to start out with examples to model what is expected of your students.

Show your students a picture or a work of art and have them describe it in six words. Give them a minute to write their sentence. You can even use a prompt.

Students will be challenged by this because they are used to writing long sentences. I have placed examples below from a PowerPoint I used in my teacher training sessions. I wrote the sentences for each picture.

I normally give them the art or photo. I use it as a way to start class and get students thinking about the topic. 

You can use it any way you wish. The beauty about this is that you can adapt it in class and put a spin on it. It also works with prompts. Look at the example below.

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