Mese és rajzolás angoltanulás közben

Képregényt rajzolunk angolórán

Alsós angolórán hárman rajzolják a képregényt. Öten játsszák a szerepeket. Én vagyok a mesélő. Vadász Anett (Veres TV) forgat. (Remélem, majd láthatjuk!)

A rajzolónak az a dolga, hogy a 6 jelenetet külön-külön rajzolja meg. Nem könnyű feladat menet közben. Örülök, hogy hárman jelentkeznek rajzolónak.

A három művész, Domi, Dávid és Marci képei nagyon tetszenek nekem, így 3 videót készítettem. (Csak ez a csiricsáré Adobe Spark kisebbnek mutatja a képeket, mint szeretném. Ha tudsz jobbat ajánlani, ne kímélj!)

Domi képregénye:

Dávid rajzaival így szól a történet:

Marciéval meg így:

 

 

Családi gondok

A Story in Pictures – Történet képekben

Once upon a time there was a little yellow house on the top of a hill. There was a pink polar bear named Joci living in the house. He had a wife named Zsuzsi and an adopted daughter named Meggie who was a yellow teenage duck.

Zsuzsi left Joci one day. She left him because she wanted to travel and Joci didn’t. There was another polar bear called Gábor who told Zsuzsi, ‘Come with me. We’ll travel around the world.’ So she said good-bye to Joci and went with Gábor.

After his wife left him, Joci started to drink.

His daughter kept a diary. She made an entry into the diary every day. She wrote about what was going on in her life. She wrote about her dreams. She had two big dreams.

One was for her to have friends. The other was for her father to stop drinking.

One day she left home and went to town. She went to a pub that was no longer a pub. Now it was a club called Alcoholics Anonymous.

There were a lot of people there. Meggie asked them for help. She said, ‘Can you help my father?’

Two hundred people said they could. They said, ‘Yes, we can.’

They started to climb the hill to Meggie’s house. The hillside was steep so they went slowly but they sang all the way to the top.

They sang, ‘Joci, put down the glass and never pick it up.’ They sang and went.

Joci heard a sound. He didn’t know what it was.

But the sound came closer and closer. First, he could make out his name. ‘Joci…’ Then he could make out the words, ‘…put down the glass and never pick it up.’ Two hundred people and Meggie were singing!

Joci dropped the glass he had in his hand.


Ending One

They came to the house and put a chip in his leg. They told him, ‘If you drink, this will hurt.’ And they smiled and said good-bye.

Now Meggie was happy. She had friends from the club and her father stopped drinking. Her dreams came true.

The End


Before you go to the second, and much better, ending to the story, you might like to watch me retell the story to another group of students:

If you’re happy with this ending, fine. If not quite, read on.


Ending Two

Joci was at home sitting and drinking. He heard a sound. He thought it was coming from inside. He looked at his hand and saw a glass in his hand. He heard the sound again. It said, ‘Joci, put down the glass and never pick it up.’ He dropped the glass. He stood up and went out. He saw a lot of people. They were standing outside his house. They were singing, ‘Joci, put down the glass and never pick it up.’ Joci didn’t have a glass in his hand. The people stopped singing. They were happy to see Joci come out without a glass in his hand. They smiled and laughed and started to hug Joci.

They hugged Joci one by one. Every single person said something nice to him. Joci didn’t know what was going on. But it was wonderful. He couldn’t speak. He cried. He cried for happiness.

Two hundred people hugged Joci. The last person to hug Joci was his adopted teenage girl, Meggie the Duck. She was smiling. Joci hugged her. He was smiling now.

At that moment, his phone rang. Everyone was silent. Joci looked at his phone. He saw it was his wife Zsuzsi calling him.

Joci answered the phone. The people saw he was talking and smiling. Meggie’s dreams came true.

The End


Az egész történetről mindkét órán remek ábrázolás született. El tudod a sztorit mondani a képekről angolul?

Családi gondok

Viki legfőbb gondja

Viki has a lot of problems.

What is the biggest problem she has?

EVS is coming up and there is a lot to do.

She is nervous.

She is nervous because nobody else is nervous.

Viki is the only one who is nervous.

She asks Bruno, ‘Bruno, are you nervous?’

Bruno says, ‘No, I’m not. Why should I?’

Viki pulls her hair. ‘Why are you not nervous? Why is nobody nervous? Why am I the only one who is nervous? Ági, you don’t care?’

Ági says, ‘Yes, I care. But I take Valeriana.’

Viki asks Maci, ‘Maci, you don’t care?’

Maci says, ‘Yes, I care. But I have a dog to walk.’

Viki asks Bruno, ‘Bruno, you don’t care?’

Bruno says, ‘Yes, I care. But I’m a cool guy.’

Viki asks me, ‘Attila, you don’t care?’

I say, ‘No, I don’t. Why should I?’

Viki says, ‘Because I do. Because I care. Because I’m nervous. I’m the only one who cares.’

I say, ‘Ági cares too but she takes Valeriana. Maci cares too but he walks the dog. Bruno cares but he is a cool guy. Do you know what you should do, Viki?’

‘No,’ Viki says.

‘I’ll tell you, Viki. Take Valeriana when you walk the dog and be a cool girl. And the problems will solve themselves. The problems will take care of themselves,’ I say and run away super fast.

Kacagva angolul

Veresegyház akcióban

Kezdő angolóra Veresegyházon

Olyannyira kezdő, hogy mindösszesen

a harmadik, totál kezdő angolóra.

Ehhez képest az órán keletkezett sztori majdnem 3000 leütés, két gépelt oldal. A nyomtatható szöveget kattintsd le innen és görgess kicsit lejjebb a videóig. Alatta is ott a szöveg.


Az alkotók

Forgatókönyv: Rab Ági (újrakezdő angolos)

Vizuális megjelenítés: Maczó József (szűz kezdő angolos)

Narrátor: Botond Boros Attila (angoltanár)


Macinak életében ez volt a harmadik angolórája. A sztori alkotása közben ő rajzolta fel a táblán látható lendületes diagramot. Ami egyszersmind azt is érzékelteti, milyen jól értette a sztorit angolul! A végén az órára nézett és azt mondta: “Hű! Ennyi az idő?”

Azt hitte, egy óra hosszat tartott az egész. Hát ennek épp a duplája lett. Ági gondja sehogy sem akart megoldódni, a sztori sehol sem akart véget érni.

A családtól a polgármesterig mindenki benne van, aki számít Veresegyházon. (Vagy mégsem? Ha a legközelebbi sztoriban Te is benne akarsz lenni, kattints ide.)

E véget alig érő sztori viszont így lett jó. Ítéld meg magad!

Agi is on holiday in Crete. It’s a beautiful day. The sun is shining, the sky is blue, and Agi is happy. She is dancing.

But there is a problem. There are some problems…

Problem Number One

There is no raki.

Problem Number Two

There is no draught beer. Agi wants to drink draught beer.

Problem Number Three is a big, big problem:

The family is there and they are hungry.

It is 11AM and nothing is open. Everything is closed in Crete.

Agi makes a call to Viki.

‘Viki, can you help me? I’m in Crete. I’m dancing but I’m very thirsty and there is no raki, there is no beer, and everything is closed. My family are here and they are hungry and there is no food.’

Viki says (dancing), ‘Sorry, I am in a training in Norway.’

Agi makes a call to Maci. ‘Maci, can you help me? I am in Crete. I am on holiday. I am with my family. They are hungry. I am thirsty. There is no raki. There is no beer. There is no food. Everything is shut – it’s 11AM.’

Maci says (dancing), ‘I am in training in Japan.’

Agi makes a call to Bruno.

‘Bruno, can you help me?’

‘Of course,’ Bruno says. ‘What is the problem?’

‘I am in Crete. I have no food for the family. I have no raki. I have no beer, and it’s very hot. Everything is closed – it’s 11AM.’

‘Ah, I am in Santorini. I can help you,’ Bruno says.

‘Ah, good,’ Agi says.

Bruno goes to the shop. He gets beer. He gets raki. He gets food. And he gets pistachios. He has a bicycle and he goes to the boat with three big shopping bags on his bicycle. He goes slowly. At 12AM he is in the port.

Uh-oh! He has missed the boat! The boat was at 11:30. The next boat is at 5PM!

Bruno makes a call to Agi.

‘The next boat is at 5PM!’

Agi says, ‘Sh*t!’

She makes a call to me.

‘Attila, can you help me?’

‘What’s the problem?’

‘I am in Crete.’

‘Oh, I am in Crete too. What’s the problem?’

‘There is no raki. There is no beer. The family are here and they are hungry. Everything is shut.’

I say, ‘I work in a new restaurant in Crete and we open at 11AM.’

Agi is very happy. ‘Can we go to that restaurant?’

‘Of course. Come here. The biggest table is for you and your family.’

They come to the restaurant. At 12AM they are in my restaurant. Agi drinks a lot. The family eats a lot.

At 1PM the restaurant has no beer, no raki, and no food. I am desperate because now Agi is hungry and the family are thirsty and we have nothing.

‘What do we do? What do we do?’

Agi calls Bela bacsi (the mayor of Veresegyhaz).

‘Bela bacsi, can you help us?’

‘Of course!’

Polgármester úr a telefonnál

Bela bacsi makes a call to a military pilot in Santorini, and the pilot makes a call to Bruno because Bruno has everything.

‘Come to the airport,’ the pilot says.

Bruno rides his bicycle to the airport slowly. He gets to the airport at 2PM. The pilot takes him to my restaurant in Crete. They are there at 2:05PM.

Everybody is happy. Agi gets a call from Bela bacsi.

Bela bacsi says, ‘Agi, is everything all right?’

She says, ‘Yes. Thank you very much.’

The End

A diagramról megpróbálhatod a saját szavaiddal szabadon elmondani a történetet! Kattintással nagyítsd fel a képet:

Kacagva angolul

Creative team:

Storyline: Ágnes Rab (beginner level English)

Whiteboard Art: József Maczó (total beginner at English)

Narrator: Botond Boros Attila (English teacher)

English through Stories

Gonosz, fekete hóemberek

Céges tanfolyam történetekkel

90 perces óráinkon angolul beszélgetve, képzeletünket szabadjára eresztve megalkotunk egy történetet. Hogy az ötletekből mi kerüljön a sztoriba, a társulat közös döntésein múlik.

A csoportnak így mondom el, foglalom össze a közösen alkotott, saját történetet:

A történet angol szövege itt olvasható.

A történetet elmeséltem egy barátomnak, aki angolul tanul. Mire a végére értem, 8 éves leánykája mindent megrajzolt, amit értett belőle:

English through Stories

A kis Kata színes gyurmából azt a fekete hóemberlányt is megcsinálta, aki a végén hősünket kimentette a halálos veszedelemből:

Mit gondolsz, hogy fogadták a történet felnőtt alkotói ezeket a gyermeki alkotásokat, amikor másnap bevittem nekik az órára? Te a helyükben hogy fogadtad volna?

Beszédcentrikus angoltanulás történetekkel

Divatos ruha egy hölgynek

The Yellow Dress of the Latest Fashion

Irene went to Budapest. She walked in Andrássy Avenue. Suddenly she saw a dress. The dress was in a shop window. It was a beautiful yellow dress of the latest Paris fashion. It was long and streamlined. In the window there was a pair of shoes to go with the dress. Yellow shoes! Also, there was a cute yellow handbag to go with the dress. She saw big numbers on the price tags but she didn’t mind. She got her phone and called Eric. “I’ve just seen a beautiful dress!” “How much is it?” Eric asked. Irene gave him a big number and said, “I’ll wait here until you come.” “Okay, I’m coming,” Eric said. He was a gentleman. He got in the car and drove to András’ bank.* He got… not a loan… he got a grant of 10,000 euros on a friendly basis. Everybody was happy.

The End

* Az egy korábbi órán derült ki, hogy Andrásnak bankja van.

Fotó © Pereszlényi Erika.

 

Secret Society at Stonehenge: A TPRS Story

Titkos társaság

A történet frissiben lett fölvéve az óra végén. Az egész egy szóból bomlott ki: society (társaság). Meg a kérdésből: Secret or public (titkos vagy nyilvános)? A többi, mint a karikacsapás. A társaságból 😉 dőltek a részletek…

There is a society. It is a secret society. It’s a very secret society. Nobody knows about it. People don’t know about it. The police don’t know about it. The CIA don’t know about it. The Russians don’t know about it. Even the Israeli Mossad doesn’t know about it.

It’s a secret society of accountants. The society meets once a year at Stonehenge. They meet at midnight. They meet on Black Friday.

The society was established in England in the 17th century. Membership is by invitation only. You can’t be a member by application.

Secret Society Grand Master

The society has 300 members. It has a Grand Master who looks like Darth Vader but nobody knows who he is.

The members of the society are international. Nationality doesn’t matter.

Members pay a yearly membership fee of USD 5,000. If you don’t pay, you die. If you are invited into the society and you say no, your memory will be deleted.* The Grand Master will delete your memory.

secret society membership fee

It has never happened that someone was invited but they said no. It once happened that somebody didn’t pay the membership fee. That person was run over by Santa Claus.

The secret society secretly finances Santa Claus.

secret society santa

The End

* Ez úgy hangzik, mintha a számítógépről törölnék le. Persze az is lehet. De lehet, hogy tanulóim, amilyen kegyetlen kedvükben voltak, inkább így gondolták: …will be erased from the face of the Earth. Sebaj, máskor.

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A kommunizmus kísértete Veresegyházon

Az angolul kacagva tanuló kreatív műhely legújabb terméke Veresegyházról. Erős idegzetűeknek (is).

A társaságtól, amelyikkel ezt alkottuk, sok minden kitelik. Tudják például, hogy akár tetszik, akár nem, lopni steal-usos. A te Timid félénk? – kérdésre nemleges választ kaptunk ugyan, de azért tudni lehet: timid = félénk. A sztori meg végképp nem semmi. Tessék meghallgatni:

The Ghost of Communism comes to Veresegyház. It’s not a terrible ghost. It’s a nice ghost. The Ghost of Communism doesn’t want money. The Ghost of Communism doesn’t want to steal money. The Ghost of Communism wants to get fans! The Ghost wants to get a lot of fans. The Ghost wants to get 19,000 fans. Veresegyház has 19,000 people. But there is a problem. The Ghost wants to get fans, but the Ghost is timid. The Ghost is afraid of people!

It goes to Misszió Health Centre. It goes to Misszió Health Centre in the morning. There are a lot of people at Misszió Health Centre. Oh no! The Ghost is afraid of people! The Ghost doesn’t go to the Health Centre…

The Ghost would love to get fans in Veresegyház. Veresegyház has a Bear Farm. The Ghost goes to the Bear Farm. How does the Ghost go to the Bear Farm? The Ghost goes on MY BIKE! Oh no! It steals my bike, and it goes to the Bear Farm on my bike. Does the Ghost go to the Bear Farm on Sunday? Oh no! There are a lot of people at the Bear Farm on Sunday, and the Ghost is afraid of people. The Ghost is smart! It doesn’t go on Sunday – it goes at night! It goes at midnight! It goes to the Bear Farm on my bike at midnight. There are no people at the Bear Farm at midnight. Irénke isn‘t there. Erik isn’t there. There are no visitors at the Bear Farm at midnight, and that’s good. Ahh! The Ghost of Communism is not afraid of bears. But there are not many bears at the Bear Farm. There are some foxes, there is a stork, there are some wolves, there are some Hungarian grey cattle, and there are ten raccoons… Oh no! The Ghost of Communism wants a lot of fans.

The Ghost of Communism goes to the lake after midnight. It goes on my bike, my stolen bike. There are no people at the lake after midnight. There are no bears, there are no wolves, there are no foxes, but there are a lot of frogs! There are approximately 19,000 frogs at the lake! Wow! And they are the fans of the Ghost of Communism. 19,000 frogs! The Ghost of Communism has 19,000 fans at the lake in Veresegyház. Wow! That’s wonderful!

And – will I get my bike back? Yes! The Ghost of Communism is so happy, it returns my bike in the dark. Oh, good.

The End

kacagva angolul crazy racing driver

A vörös Ferrari

Az alábbi sztori sem volt előre megírva. Ott rögtönöztük a keddi órán, és még az órán diktáltam bele a telefonomba. Van ám itt szenvedély, érzékiség, meg az angol valaha volt, a used to be. Íme:

Jack is a taxi driver. He drives a yellow taxi, but he used to be a crazy racing driver, and he has the heart of a racing driver. He is driving his yellow taxi cab in the street, and he is passing a casino. As he is passing the casino, he suddenly sees a red car parked outside. It’s a red Ferrari. It’s the same red as his car used to be… It’s a different model, but the same red. He stops his yellow cab and he gets out to have a closer look. He walks up to the Ferrari and he touches it. It feels so good! He smells it. It smells new! He peeps inside. It looks wonderful inside. He sees the key in the car. He tries the door. It’s unlocked. The door opens. What a temptation! He can’t resist the temptation. He gets in the car. He starts it up. It starts like crazy! He drives away. It goes like crazy. He is a crazy racing driver again!

The End