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1 Step Four B2.1 S U M M A R Y - B A S E D A C T I V I T I E S Bram Stoker Dracula Summary-based Activities by Kenneth Brodey

2 Dracula Chapters Scrambled word cloze Read the summary of Chapters 1-4 below. Choose one of the words from the box to write in each space. The first one has been done as an example. actually what transfusions went mental got like met pale so managed on but A young solicitor named Jonathan Harker (0)..... went to the castle of Count Dracula. He left his hotel (1)..... the eve of St George s day to travel to Borgo Pass. There he (2)..... on a coach sent by the Count. His journey was (3)..... a nightmare. Once he arrived he (4)..... the Count who had pointed ears and teeth. At first the count was very polite (5)..... soon Jonathan realised that he was a prisoner and that the Count was (6)..... a vampire. The Count wanted to go to London (7)..... he could feed on the people and create more demons. Jonathan (8)..... to escape, and the Count arrived in England by ship. The Count began his invasion of England by dominating a (9)..... patient and by feeding on Lucy Westenra. Lucy became (10)..... and her fiancé sent for Dr Seward. But Dr Seward could not understand (11)..... was wrong so he sent for his teacher, Dr Van Helsing. Van Helsing tried to save her with blood (12)....., but her condition continued to get worse. 2 Scrambled word cloze with distractors (i) Read the summary of Chapters 1-4 below. Choose one of the words from the box to write in each space. There are six words you do not need to use. The first one has been done as an example. on got actually transfusions like so managed but as met knew truly mental went at mind could pale what A young solicitor named Jonathan Harker (0)..... went to the castle of Count Dracula. He left his hotel (1)..... the eve of St George s day to travel to Borgo Pass. There he (2)..... on a coach sent by the Count. His journey was (3)..... a nightmare. Once he arrived he (4)..... the Count who had pointed ears and teeth. At first the count was very polite (5)..... soon Jonathan realised that he was a prisoner and that the Count was (6)..... a vampire. The Count wanted to go to London (7)..... he could feed on the people and create more demons. Jonathan (8)..... to escape, and the Count arrived in England by ship. The Count began his invasion of England by dominating a (9)..... patient and by feeding on Lucy Westenra. Lucy became (10)..... and her fiancé sent for Dr Seward. But Dr Seward could not understand (11)..... was wrong so he sent for his teacher, Dr Van Helsing. Van Helsing tried to save her with blood (12)....., but her condition continued to get worse. 1 2

3 3 Scrambled word cloze with distractors (ii) Read the summary of Chapters 1-4 below. Choose one of the words from the box to write in each space. There are twelve words you do not need to use. The first one has been done as an example. on and went mind how knew as met but pale truly like light got managed went transfusions so ctually at could mental what presents and A young solicitor named Jonathan Harker (0)..... went to the castle of Count Dracula. He left his hotel (1)..... the eve of St George s day to travel to Borgo Pass. There he (2)..... on a coach sent by the Count. His journey was (3)..... a nightmare. Once he arrived he (4)..... the Count who had pointed ears and teeth. At first the count was very polite (5)..... soon Jonathan realised that he was a prisoner and that the Count was (6)..... a vampire. The Count wanted to go to London (7)..... he could feed on the people and create more demons. Jonathan (8)..... to escape, and the Count arrived in England by ship. The Count began his invasion of England by dominating a (9)..... patient and by feeding on Lucy Westenra. Lucy became (10)..... and her fiancé sent for Dr Seward. But Dr Seward could not understand (11)..... was wrong so he sent for his teacher, Dr Van Helsing. Van Helsing tried to save her with blood (12)....., but her condition continued to get worse. 4 Multiple choice cloze Read the summary of Chapters 1-4 below. Choose the best word (A, B, C or D) for each space. The first one has been done as an example. A young solicitor named Jonathan Harker (0)..... D to the castle of Count Dracula. He left his hotel (1)..... the eve of St George s day to travel to Borgo Pass. There he (2)..... on a coach sent by the Count. His journey was (3)..... a nightmare. Once he arrived he (4)..... the Count who had pointed ears and teeth. At first the count was very polite (5)..... soon Jonathan realised that he was a prisoner and that the Count was (6)..... a vampire. The Count wanted to go to London (7)..... he could feed on the people and create more demons. Jonathan (8)..... to escape, and the Count arrived in England by ship. The Count began his invasion of England by dominating a (9)..... patient and by feeding on Lucy Westenra. Lucy became (10)..... and her fiancé sent for Dr Seward. But Dr Seward could not understand (11)..... was wrong so he sent for his teacher, Dr Van Helsing. Van Helsing tried to save her with blood (12)....., but her condition continued to get worse. 0 A arrived B came C got D went 1 Aon B at C to D by 2 Awent B got C put D caught 3 Aas B same C similar D like 4 Aknew B met C faced D got to know 5 A however B though C although D but 6 A actually B truly C much D very 7 Abecause B since C and D so 8 A could B was C able D managed 9 A psychological B mental C cerebral D strange 10 A pale B light C fair D dull 11 A which B how C what D because 12 A donations B transportations C transfusions D presents 3 4

4 5 Open Cloze Complete the summary of Chapters 1-4 below. Write ONE word for each space. The first one has been done as an example. A young solicitor named Jonathan Harker (0)..... went to the castle of Count Dracula. He left his hotel (1)..... the eve of St George s day to travel to Borgo Pass. There he (2)..... on a coach sent by the Count. His journey was (3)..... a nightmare. Once he arrived he (4)..... the Count who had pointed ears and teeth. At first the count was very polite (5)..... soon Jonathan realized that he was a prisoner and that the Count was (6)..... a vampire. The Count wanted to go to London (7)..... he could feed on the people and create more demons. Jonathan (8)..... to escape, and the Count arrived in England by ship. The Count began his invasion of England by dominating a (9)..... patient and by feeding on Lucy Westenra. Lucy became (10)..... and her fiancé sent for Dr Seward. But Dr Seward could not understand (11)..... was wrong so he sent for his teacher, Dr Van Helsing. Van Helsing tried to save her with blood (12)....., but her condition continued to get worse. 7 F G H I J K L Lucy became pale and her fiancé sent for Dr Seward. A young solicitor named Jonathan Harker went to the castle of Count Dracula. At first the count was very polite but soon Jonathan realized that he was a prisoner and that the Count was actually a vampire. But Dr Seward could not understand what was wrong so he sent for his teacher, Dr Van Helsing. He left his hotel on the eve of St. George s day to travel to Borgo Pass. There he got on a coach sent by the Count. Jonathan managed to escape, and the Count arrived in England byship. Correct the mistakes! This is an oral activity, so do not give the students any photocopies. Tell them you are going to read a summary, but with some mistakes. When they hear a mistake they should correct it. In the summary below there are 10 mistakes to read out, all written in italics. As a quick reminder to you, the correct version is given in brackets. 6 Put the sentences in order The sentences A-L of the summary of Chapters 1-4 are in the wrong order. Put them in the right order and number them A B C D E The Count wanted to go to London so he could feed on the people and create more demons. Van Helsing tried to save her with blood transfusions, but her condition continued to get worse. His journey was like a nightmare. The Count began his invasion of England by dominating a mental patient and by feeding on Lucy Westenra. Once he arrived he met the Count who had pointed ears and teeth. A young doctor (solicitor) named Jonathan Harker went to the castle of Count Dracula. He left his hotel on the eve of Christmas Day (St George s day) to travel to Borgo Pass. There he got on a horse (coach) sent by the Count. His journey was like a holiday (nightmare). Once he arrived he met the Count who had red (pointed) ears and teeth. At first the count was very funny (polite) but soon Jonathan realized that he was a guest (prisoner) and that the Count was actually a vampire. The Count wanted to go to New York (London) so he could feed on the people and create more demons. Jonathan managed to escape, and the Count arrived in England by train (ship). The Count began his invasion of Germany (England) by dominating a mental patient and by feeding on Lucy Westenra. Lucy became pale and her uncle (fiancé) sent for Dr Seward. But Dr Seward could not understand what was wrong so he sent for his father (teacher), Dr Van Helsing. Van Helsing tried to save 5 6

5 8 her with blood transfusions, but her condition continued to get worse. Rub out Next, ask students to cut another 15 words of the summary, and proceed as above. On the board / the interactive whiteboard, copy a short paragraph from the summary. Gradually, rub out individual words and even two- and three-word phrases. Begin by rubbing out some of the important content words. After each time you rub out some words get the whole class to read out the text, supplying the missing words from their memory. Eventually, when all the words on the board have been rubbed out, the class will amazingly! remember all the text. 11 Build it up Put the students in groups of two to five. Make sure that each group has a copy of the summary and a red pen or access to computer. Tell them that they must add two details, which they must choose themselves, to the summary. Tell them that the details they add can be words, phrases or even sentences. Tell them they shouldn t write fewer than five words, and that there is no upper limit, but they probably won t need more than about 25 words. When they have finished, they should compare their versions. They should decide which are the most interesting added details, and why. 9 Dictogloss Sit the students in groups of two to five. Tell them that you are going to read out a summary twice, and that they may note down key words or short phrases. Read the text once at normal speed, pause for a minute, then read it again. Tell the students to work together in their groups and use their notes to write a text which is grammatically and lexically correct but which doesn t have to be the same as the original: the aim of their writing is to produce a correct text, not to show they have perfect memories! Then students compare their written texts. Groups should try to point out any errors in the texts of other groups. Finally, show or give the students the original text; ask them to identify any differences with their own texts, and ask them if they think the differences are important. 12 Rewrite it Tell the students to rewrite the summary changing some of the information. They should use their imagination to add details which can be words, phrases or sentences and change some of the words and phrases that are already there. 10 Cut it down Put the students in groups of two to five. Make sure that each group has a copy of the summary and a red pen/highlighter or access to computer. Tell them that they must cut 15 words from the summary: their shortened version must still be grammatically correct. They can change punctuation, but they mustn t add any words. When they have finished, they should compare their shortened versions. They should decide which are the best cuts, and why. 7 8

6 SUMMARY A young solicitor named Jonathan Harker went to the castle of Count Dracula. He left his hotel on the eve of St George s day to travel to Borgo Pass. There he got on a coach sent by the Count. His journey was like a nightmare. Once he arrived he met the Count who had pointed ears and teeth. At first the count was very polite but soon Jonathan realized that he was a prisoner and that the Count was actually a vampire. The Count wanted to go to London so he could feed on the people and create more demons. Jonathan managed to escape, and the Count arrived in England by ship. The Count began his invasion of England by dominating a mental patient and by feeding on Lucy Westenra. Lucy became pale and her fiancé sent for Dr Seward. But Dr Seward could not understand what was wrong so he sent for his teacher, Dr Van Helsing. Van Helsing tried to save her with blood transfusions, but her condition continued to get worse. KEY 1, 2, 3, 5: 1 on; 2 got; 3 like; 4 met; 5 but; 6 actually; 7 so; 8 managed; 9 mental; 10 pale; 11 what; 12 transfusions 4: 1 A; 2 B; 3 D; 4 B; 5 D; 6 A; 7 D; 8 D; 9 B; 10 A; 11 C; 12 C 6: 1 G; 2 J; 3 K; 4 C; 5 E; 6 H; 7 A; 8 L; 9 D; 10 F; 11 I; 12 B 9 10

7 Dracula Chapters Scrambled word cloze Read the summary of Chapters 5-8 below. Choose one of the words from the box to write in each space. The first one has been done as an example. covered by had realised became sailing read through drive met tricked carrying to After Lucy died she (0)..... became a vampire. Van Helsing convinced Arthur that he had to (1)..... a stake through Lucy s heart to set her free. After that, the friends (2)..... to plan their fight. One evening they heard Renfield scream. They found him (3)..... with blood. He (4)..... fought the Count to protect Mina. The men then went to Mina and found her drinking the Count s blood. Mina (5)..... that if Van Helsing hypnotised her, he could (6)..... the Count s mind. By doing this they knew that the Count was on a ship (7)..... to Varna. But the Count (8)..... them and went to the port of Galatz. The Count, they discovered, was travelling (9)..... river to his castle. They divided up in three groups. Mina and Van Helsing travelled by train and then by carriage to the castle. That night the vampire women came and called (10)..... Mina. The next morning Van Helsing went into the castle and killed the three vampire women. Then Mina called him because she saw the wagon (11)..... the Count. Their friends were on horseback just behind it. The Count s men tried to protect him, but Jonathan threw the box to the ground. Then, just before sunset, Jonathan cut the Count s throat and Quincey drove his knife (12)..... his heart. The Count was destroyed. 2 Scrambled word cloze with distractors (i) Read the summary of Chapters 5-8 below. Choose one of the words from the box to write in each space. There are six words you do not need to use. The first one has been done as an example. sailing tricked moving to push carrying read through drive covered wrapped by on had realised got met became to After Lucy died she (0)..... became a vampire. Van Helsing convinced Arthur that he had to (1)..... a stake through Lucy s heart to set her free. After that, the friends (2)..... to plan their fight. One evening they heard Renfield scream. They found him (3)..... with blood. He (4)..... fought the Count to protect Mina. The men then went to Mina and found her drinking the Count s blood. Mina (5)..... that if Van Helsing hypnotised her, he could (6)..... the Count s mind. By doing this they knew that the Count was on a ship (7)..... to Varna. But the Count (8)..... them and went to the port of Galatz. The Count, they discovered, was travelling (9)..... river to his castle. They divided up in three groups. Mina and Van Helsing travelled by train and then by carriage to the castle. That night the vampire women came and called (10)..... Mina. The next morning Van Helsing went into the castle and killed the three vampire women. Then Mina called him because she saw the wagon (11)..... the Count. Their friends were on horseback just behind it. The Count s men tried to protect him, but Jonathan threw the box to the ground. Then, just before sunset, Jonathan cut the Count s throat and Quincey drove his knife (12)..... his heart. The Count was destroyed

8 3 Scrambled word cloze with distractors (ii) Read the summary of Chapters 5-8 below. Choose one of the words from the box to write in each space. There are twelve words you do not need to use. The first one has been done as an example. moving understand to drive realised carrying got through holding to push wrapped by on covered did became met collect tricked sailing trapped read at had After Lucy died she (0)..... became a vampire. Van Helsing convinced Arthur that he had to (1)..... a stake through Lucy s heart to set her free. After that, the friends (2)..... to plan their fight. One evening they heard Renfield scream. They found him (3)..... with blood. He (4)..... fought the Count to protect Mina. The men then went to Mina and found her drinking the Count s blood. Mina (5)..... that if Van Helsing hypnotised her, he could (6)..... the Count s mind. By doing this they knew that the Count was on a ship (7)..... to Varna. But the Count (8)..... them and went to the port of Galatz. The Count, they discovered, was travelling (9)..... river to his castle. They divided up in three groups. Mina and Van Helsing travelled by train and then by carriage to the castle. That night the vampire women came and called (10)..... Mina. The next morning Van Helsing went into the castle and killed the three vampire women. Then Mina called him because she saw the wagon (11)..... the Count. Their friends were on horseback just behind it. The Count s men tried to protect him, but Jonathan threw the box to the ground. Then, just before sunset, Jonathan cut the Count s throat and Quincey drove his knife (12)..... his heart. The Count was destroyed. 4 Multiple choice cloze Read the summary of Chapters 5-8 below. Choose the best word (A, B, C or D) for each space. The first one has been done as an example. After Lucy died she (0)... C a vampire. Van Helsing convinced Arthur that he had to (1)... a stake through Lucy s heart to set her free. After that, the friends (2)... to plan their fight. One evening they heard Renfield scream. They found him (3)... with blood. He had fought the Count to protect Mina. The men then went to Mina and found her drinking the Count s blood. Mina (4)... that if Van Helsing hypnotised her, he could (5)... the Count s mind. By doing this they knew that the Count was on a ship sailing to Varna. But the Count (6)... them and went to the port of Galatz. The Count, they discovered, was travelling (7)... river to his castle. They divided up in three groups. Mina and Van Helsing travelled by train and then by carriage to the castle. That night the vampire women came and called (8)... Mina. The next morning Van Helsing went into the castle and killed the three vampire women. Then Mina called him because she saw the wagon (9)... the Count. Their friends were on horseback just behind it. The Count s men tried to protect him, but Jonathan threw the box to the ground. Then Jonathan cut the Count s throat and Quincey drove his knife (10)... his heart. The Count was destroyed. 0 A went B turned C became D grew 1 Apush B place C hit D drive 2 A met B collected C pulled D arrived 3 A wrapped B clothed C dressed D covered 4 Atook B realised C recognised D informed 5 Alook B see C read D understand 6 A tricked B trapped C mistook D confused 7 Aon B by C at D through 8 Aat B for C to D in 9 A carrying B holding C taking D bringing 10 A to B at C on D through 13 14

9 5 Open cloze Complete the summary of Chapters 5-8 below. Write ONE word for each space. The first one, has been done as an example. 6 Put the sentences in order After Lucy died she (0)..... a vampire. Van Helsing convinced Arthur that he had to (1)..... a stake through Lucy s heart to set her free. After that, the friends (2)..... to plan their fight. One evening they heard Renfield scream. They found him (3)..... with blood. He (4)..... fought the Count to protect Mina. The men then went to Mina and found her drinking the Count s blood. Mina (5)..... that if Van Helsing hypnotised her, he could (6)..... the Count s mind. By doing this they knew that the Count was on a ship (7)..... to Varna. But the Count (8)..... them and went to the port of Galatz. The Count, they discovered, was travelling (9)..... river to his castle. They divided up in three groups. Mina and Van Helsing travelled by train and then by carriage to the castle. That night the vampire women came and called (10)..... Mina. The next morning Van Helsing went into the castle and killed the three vampire women. Then Mina called him because she saw the wagon (11)..... the Count. Their friends were on horseback just behind it. The Count s men tried to protect him, but Jonathan threw the box to the ground. Then, just before sunset, Jonathan cut the Count s throat and Quincey drove his knife (12)..... his heart. The Count was destroyed. The sentences A-O of the summary of Chapters 5-8 are in the wrong order. Put them in the right order and number them 1-12 A B C D E F G H I The men found Mina drinking the Count s blood. The next morning Van Helsing went into the castle and killed the three vampire women. They found him covered with blood. He had fought the Count to protect Mina. Then Mina called him because she saw the wagon carrying the Count. Their friends were on horseback just behind it. Mina and Van Helsing travelled by train and by carriage to the castle. That night the vampire women came and called to Mina. After that, the friends met to plan their fight. One evening they heard Renfield scream. The Count s men tried to protect him, but Jonathan threw the box to the ground. The Count, they discovered, was travelling by river to his castle. They divided up in three groups. After Lucy died she became a vampire. Van Helsing convinced Arthur that he had to drive a stake through Lucy s heart to set her free. J K L Mina realized that if Van Helsing hypnotised her, he could read the Count s mind. Then Jonathan cut the Count s throat and Quincey drove his knife through his heart. The Count was destroyed. By doing this they knew that the Count was on a ship sailing to Varna. But the Count tricked them and went to the port of Galatz

10 S U M M A R Y - B A S E D A C T I V I T I E S S U M M A R Y - B A S E D A C T I V I T I E S 7 8 Correct the mistakes! This is an oral activity, so do not give the students any photocopies. Tell them you are going to read a summary, but with some mistakes. When they hear a mistake they should correct it. In the summary below there are 10 mistakes to read out, all written in italics. As a quick reminder to you, the correct version is given in brackets. After Mina (Lucy) died she became a vampire. Van Helsing convinced Arthur that he had to drive a stake through Lucy s foot (heart) to set her free. After that, the friends met to plan their fight. One evening they heard Renfield sing (scream). They found him covered with blood. He had fought the rats (Count) to protect Mina. The men then went to Mina and found her drinking the Count s blood. Mina realized that if Van Helsing hypnotised her, he could read the Count s letters (mind). By doing this they knew that Renfield (the Count) was on a ship sailing to Varna. But the Count tricked them and went to the port of Galatz. The Count, they discovered, was travelling by river to his castle. They divided up in three groups. Mina and Jonathan (Van Helsing) travelled by train and then by carriage to the castle. That night the vampire doctors (women) came and called to Mina. The next morning Van Helsing went into the castle and killed the three flies (vampire women). Then Mina called him because she saw the train (wagon) carrying the Count. Their friends were on horseback just behind it. The Count s men tried to protect him, but Jonathan threw the box to the ground. Then, just before sunrise (sunset), Jonathan cut the Count s jacket (throat) and Quincey drove his knife through his heart. The Count was destroyed. Rub out On the board / the interactive whiteboard, copy a short paragraph from the summary. Gradually, rub out individual words and even two- and three-word phrases. Begin by rubbing out some of the important content words. After each time you rub out some words get the whole class to read out the text, supplying the missing words from their memory. Eventually, when all the words on the board have been rubbed out, the class will amazingly! remember all the text. 9 Dictogloss Sit the students in groups of two to five. Tell them that you are going to read out a summary twice, and that they may note down key words or short phrases. Read the text once at normal speed, pause for a minute, then read it again. Tell the students to work together in their groups and use their notes to write a text which is grammatically and lexically correct but which doesn t have to be the same as the original: the aim of their writing is to produce a correct text, not to show they have perfect memories! Then students compare their written texts. Groups should try to point out any errors in the texts of other groups. Finally, show or give the students the original text; ask them to identify any differences with their own texts, and ask them if they think the differences are important. 10 Cut it down Put the students in groups of two to five. Make sure that each group has a copy of the summary and a red pen/highlighter or access to computer. Tell them that they must cut 15 words from the summary: their shortened version must still be grammatically correct. They can change punctuation, but they mustn t add any words. When they have finished, they should compare their shortened versions. They should decide which are the best cuts, and why. Next, ask students to cut another 15 words of the summary, and proceed as above

11 S U M M A R Y - B A S E D A C T I V I T I E S S U M M A R Y - B A S E D A C T I V I T I E S 11 Build it up Put the students in groups of two to five. Make sure that each group has a copy of the summary and a red pen or access to computer. Tell them that they must add two details, which they must choose themselves, to the summary. Tell them that the details they add can be words, phrases or even sentences. Tell them they shouldn t write fewer than five words, and that there is no upper limit, but they probably won t need more than about 25 words. When they have finished, they should compare their versions. They should decide which are the most interesting added details, and why. 12 Rewrite it Tell the students to rewrite the summary changing some of the information. They should use their imagination to add details which can be words, phrases or sentences and change some of the words and phrases that are already there. SUMMARY After Lucy died she became a vampire. Van Helsing convinced Arthur that he had to drive a stake through Lucy s heart to set her free. After that, the friends met to plan their fight. One evening they heard Renfield scream. They found him covered with blood. He had fought the Count to protect Mina. The men then went to Mina and found her drinking the Count s blood. Mina realised that if Van Helsing hypnotised her, he could read the Count s mind. By doing this they knew that the Count was on a ship sailing to Varna. But the Count tricked them and went to the port of Galatz. The Count, they discovered, was travelling by river to his castle. They divided up in three groups. Mina and Van Helsing travelled by train and then by carriage to the castle. That night the vampire women came and called to Mina. The next morning Van Helsing went into the castle and killed the three vampire women. Then Mina called him because she saw the wagon carrying the Count. Their friends were on horseback just behind it. The Count s men tried to protect him, but Jonathan threw the box to the ground. Then, just before sunset, Jonathan cut the Count s throat and Quincey drove his knife through his heart. The Count was destroyed. KEY 1, 2, 3, 5: 1 drive; 2 met; 3 covered; 4 had; 5 realised; 6 read; 7 sailing; 8 tricked; 9 by; 10 to; 11 carrying; 12 through 4: 1 D; 2 A; 3 D; 4 B; 5 C; 6 A; 7 B; 8 C; 9 A; 10 D 6: 1 I; 2 F; 3 C; 4 A; 5 J; 6 L; 7 H; 8 E; 9 B; 10 D; 11 G; 12 K The Publisher is certified by in compliance with the UNI EN ISO 9001:2000 standards for the activities of Design, production, distribution and sale of publishing products. (certificate no ) Editors: Michela Bruzzo, Victoria Bradshaw, an imprint of Cideb Editrice, Genoa, Canterbury We would be happy to receive your comments and suggestions, and give you any other information concerning our material. Internet: All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the previous written permission of the publisher. The reproduction of this material is only permitted for teaching purposes within the requirements of the syllabus in force and any other use, either commercial or not, is strictly forbidden. Offenders will be prosecuted 19 20

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