☆☆☆☆ Have your students invent crazy excuses for not doing their homework! ☆☆☆☆
Chris Webster is such a great poet! From one of his poems - Excuses- have your students imagine the craziest and most unbelievable excuses in a fun and short lesson. Have them watch a famous British youtuber's suggestions and have them compete to write the best excuse ever (with or without prompt). Prompts are whether nouns or verbs to put in the past tense.
Update 2017: Addon to enable a classroom display with all your students excuses.
In B&W and in color, for your convenience ;)
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