Yes, the bad punning continues... As does the experimentation with open material design.
This is the second set of Scene it! materials, this time drawing on one of my own images (the gathering of which was discussed here) -- taken at the Paton Books store around the corner from my house, with the generous permission of the proprietor, Katherine.
The suggestions for utilising this scene and pages are quite different from those outlined for the first Scene it! set. The basic approach here is to apply the Wandrous Whiteboard activity on the first page (or rather, the emergent language notes that are made based on what happens on the whiteboard), and a Twitter-based activity on the facing page.
Here are the relevant downloads for this set:
Scene it! (Bookstore) - Basic template to give out to students
Scene it! (Bookstore) - Teachers Guide with notes
Of course, if the approach here (with Wandrous Whiteboard and Twitter) doesn't appeal for whatever reason, the approach from the first example set (vocab/phrase building, some basic "finding out", creating a sign for the scene and then some conversations + scripts) could potentially work here with this image/scene just as well. Likewise, it would be possible to apply the Wandrous Whiteboard and Twitter activity with the first set instead of the initial suggestions I've documented there!
Gotta love the idea of flexibility, really... FLEX + ABILITY!