What are you afraid of?
The most compelling thing about this charming story is that it gets students to speak English and use the expression "to be afraid of" in context. Also familiarizes ELLs with pertinent holiday vocabulary and American culture. Perfect for the Halloween season!
page 1 cover sheet
pages 2-10 illustrated short story narrated by a black cat using the construction "to be afraid of"
pages 11-15 set of 15 illustrated words for your word wall taken from the story: witch, broom, monster, spider, spider web, ghosts, costume, haunted house, cemetery, pumpkin,mouse, bat, bag, cat and treat.
pages 16-19 set of 16 task cards for students to practice Q and A using the construction "to be afraid of" with a partner or in groups.
page 20 8 pictures for students to label and one fallen phrase puzzle for students to resolve
page 21 solution to fallen phrase puzzle
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