Science fiction is a type of narrative.
Use information from the text to draw a map or picture of the farm. Gather descriptions from the text with good clues about setting, time of day, time of year, weather, environmental noises, smells, etc. Collect quotes to support information gathered about the farm. Compile a fact file on the farm and farmers.
List the animals, crops, machinery, buildings mentioned.
Use information from the text to make a list of jobs around farms. Write the farmer's diary. Write the diary of an animal on the farm.
Prepare an interview with prompt cards for a character from the farm in the book. Write thought bubbles for the characters at different points in the book. Books containing stories and poems set around farms Curriculum area: Write a list of questions children would like to know about the farm in the story.
Make a list of what the author needed to know to write the book. Discuss the image the author creates about farms from the book. Use a theme from the book to write a point of view, discussion or argument about farming issues today.
Text-mark highlight a copy of the text any words which could form part of a dictionary for farming words. Make a farming alphabet book of things found or places mentioned in the book.
Re-write a section of the story as a play script, using evidence from the text to create the appropriate farm setting. Compare different versions of traditional stories, e. Jack and the beanstalk. Study cover and title before opening the book and discuss and activate the knowledge that the children already have about farms and any questions they have.
Turn any statements children make at this point into questions which answers can be searched for. This is a good way to deal with misconceptions from children's prior knowledge about farming. Compare a non-fiction farm book with a fiction farm book.
List similarities and differences. Compare an out-of-date, non-fiction book with a current book. Discuss similarities and differences. Map the changes that have taken place.
Non-fiction and reference books which contain information about farms and farming Curriculum area: Collect newspaper articles about farming.
Compare information from the NFU website with information from a non-fiction book about farming.Firstly without the voice-over, I ask the children to write descriptions of the hero, the landscape and the bear.
I include discussions about The Resource Shed. THRILLER AND HORROR PLAYS See our selection of thriller and horror plays! Baggage claim - British tense drama scripts The Basement - a one act comedy thriller Becoming Disappeared - short eerie sci fi script for 2M Bertie - one act thriller for a cast of 3 Carmilla - stage play script about vampir.
PLAY TITLE GOES HERE 1 PLAY TITLE GOES HERE a play in one act. PLAY TITLE GOES HERE 2 TITLE character list CHARACTER NAME: Brief description. Age and gender should suffice. a template for your play. MAN Do be sure to leave a blank line after each speech and before a.
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Welcome to ESL Printables, the website where English Language teachers exchange resources: worksheets, lesson plans, activities, etc. Debora Stein's play, commissioned by Ensemble Studio Theatre/Albert P.
Sloan Foundation Science & Technology Project, views the impact of the X-Ray through a series of comedy sketches and against the background of the Chicago World's Fair.
A play script is a piece of writing written for the stage. Your child will learn the following facts about the play scripts they read, write and perform: A play script will include a list of characters (at the very beginning).