Aesop’s Fables

You have recently completed two activities relating to ‘fables’. The purpose of this activity is to familiarise yourself with a number of Aesop’s fables and the way in which they are structured. Go to the link below, chose a fable and then complete the associated quiz. Once you have completed one, do another – and so on. You will be asked to comment on the fables you have read, i.e. what is the ‘moral’ of each fable you have chosen to read?

http://www.mcwdn.org/fables/fabindex.html

 

 

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Extract form THE BOY WHO LOST HIS FACE

How many ADJECTIVAL PHRASES can you identify within this extract? Write them in your English journals.Extract From ‘The Boy Who Lost His Face’

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The Boy Who Lost His Face (Extract)

Read through the attached extract and use this to think about the difference between a Good friend and a Cool friend.Extract fro The Boy Who Lost His Face

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Readings for Miss Potkin’s Lesson

Reading1Reading3Reading 4reading2

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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights in pictures

Click on the link below to access the resource needed:

http://www.theguardian.com/childrens-books-site/gallery/2015/jan/30/human-rights-in-pictures-we-are-all-born-free-amnesty#img-1

 

 

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Sean Tan – The Arrival

You will need to use this link to complete today’s task:

The Arrival Sean Tan Powerpoint

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Plate Techtonics Activity

Click on the link below to watch the Plate Techtonics for Kids video clip:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcPghqnnTVk

Now follow this link to complete the Plate Techtonic Interactive Activity:

http://www.scootle.edu.au/ec/viewing/L5827/index.html

You will need to successfully complete this activity in order to complete today’s written task…

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