Two Dates – Chapter 3

Posted on Mar 31 2014 - 3:44am by Zdenda

Have you been wondering what the big shock for Alan was? The story continues here. Once again you can learn 16 new words and practise them in a game. Then you can check your comprehension with a mind map which once again serves as a worksheet too.
The next chapter of the story Two Dates will be the last one, so do not miss it. It will be published on Wednesday 2nd April 2014.
If you have missed the previous chapters of this story for teenagers, you can find Chapter 1 here and Chapter 2 here.

Two Dates – a mind map

Here is a mind map which should serve as a worksheet too. First answer the questions about what happened in the previous chapters and then find the new words. Use a dictionary to complete the section.
ADVERT:
Two Dates story Chapter 3 a mind map worksheet

I hope you like the story and that you will come back for the last chapter of Two Dates.

Once you know all the words it is time to go to the next section.

Two Dates – a video

Watch the video and complete another part of the mind map (PLOT). You can make this part more difficult for you and switch off the screen and just listen to the story. It is up to you 🙂

Two Dates – a game

This part of our post nearly always contains several games to practise what you have learnt in the post. This time there is just one game. Your task is to practise all the new vocabulary from the story.

Click Here to play the game – Two Dates – Half a minute

 

5 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Belle Moon 03/04/2014 at 3:04 am -

    Can I read chapter 3?

  2. Zdenda 04/04/2014 at 2:29 am -

    The Chapter 1 can be found at http://www.engames.eu/dates-story-teenagers/.
    Chapter 2 at http://www.engames.eu/dates-chapter-2/
    Chapter 3 here
    Chapter 4 at http://www.engames.eu/dates-chapter-4/
    Enjoy the story.

  3. Olga 17/04/2014 at 11:53 am -

    Hi, Zdenda

    I found your story very ineresting for a course in intensive reading fir my 14 year -olds, both girls and boys. It aroused the discussion in class. And the vocabulary tasks are also fine, especially the children liked the one with basketball shooting.
    We played them even with my elementary kids. Successfully.
    The problem is I can’t find the text of part 3 on the site. I suspect there should be also some poll for predicting the story which I don’t see either.
    Thank you for your help.

  4. Zdenda 18/04/2014 at 5:13 am -

    The poll was taken away and you can find the part 3 over here .
    I am glad you like it.
    Zdenda

  5. Thilagah 25/09/2019 at 3:24 pm -

    Martha had posted his poem on her Facebook
    Alan read through the comments and he felt worse and worse. Martha laughed at him, mocked him openly and called Alan’s poem stupid.
    Feeling sick, Alan turned off his computer.
    He would like to stay at home sick, but he knew his mother would never allow it. She always knew when Alan pretended to be ill and would send him to school anyway. Alan weakly took his school bag and headed out of his room. He felt like crying. All he wanted to be was a normal person. Why were girls so cruel?
    If Martha had not felt the same way about him, why didn’t she just say so? Why did she have to embarrass him so publicly?
    When Alan reached school, all his classmates either laughed at him, or whispered behind his back. He hurried to the back of the class and sat in his seat, hoping that they would all just ignore him. It did not work. Bruce came to his desk, sat on the table in front of him, and turned around, giving him a big grin. “So I hear someone has turned into Romeo, eh?” He laughed mockingly. “Shut up,” Alan said angrily, looking away from Bruce. “Martha, look at your boyfriend!” Bruce shouted across the room.
    Alan could not take it anymore. Martha laughed at him. She was so cruel.
    He grabbed his bag and ran out of the class, bumping into several kids along the way.

Leave A Response