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1 LIMERICKS 1 Sit in teams of three or four students. Cut and order the lines of the limerick/s your teacher assigns you. Remember that lines 1, 2 and 5 rhyme with each other and lines 3 and 4 rhyme with each other. The team that finishes first is the winner. Limerick 1: Four larks and a wren, Two owls and a hen, Are all building their nests in my beard! By Edward Lear There is an old man with a beard, Who says Just as I feared 1! 1 feared: past of fear Limerick 2: But the copy he wrote 1 Of a five dollar te Is so good he s living in Sing Sing 2. Can make a copy from any old thing. A newspaper man called Fling 1 wrote: past of write 2 Sing Sing: maximum security prison in New York

2 LIMERICKS To walk to and fro 1, Limerick 3: When it bores him, you kw, He reverses 2 it and walks fro and to. Can always find something to do. A old bear at the Zoo 1 To and fro: to walk backwards and forwards 2 To reverse: to change the order The teacher says, Not right. Limerick 4: Your page is all white! Bo says, It s a polar bear in sw. An artistic young man called Bo, To an art class decides to go. He leaves them on a chair, Limerick 5: He always forgets they are there, Sits down and they bite him beneath. An elderly 1 man called Keith Often loses his set of false teeth 1 elderly: old

3 LIMERICKS 2 Imagine you are three different characters or objects from the limericks in Activity 1. Invent a nickname and draw a profile image for them. Then tweet from the point of view of these characters / objects. 3 Sit in groups of three or four students. In turns, each group reads one of their tweets aloud. The other groups guess whose Twitter account it belongs to. The group that guesses the greatest number of Twitter accounts is the winner.

4 TALL TALES 1 What are tall tales? Complete the following spidergram with all the ideas you remember about this topic. 2 Watch Disney s short of Pecos Bill from 0:51 onwards at and complete the table. Put a check mark ( ) next to the objects you can see in the video and an X ( ) next to the ones that are missing. 1 a fire 2 a flash of lightning 3 rain 4 a sea 5 thieves 6 a cow 7 a sheep 8 teeth 9 gold 10 a desert 11 a river 12 a road 13 Indians 14 a rainbow 15 a star Note: All the web links included in these worksheets were retrieved on October 29th, 2016.

5 TALL TALES 3 Watch Pecos Bill s short again and write T (True) or F (False). Pecos Bill can... 1 ride a horse. 2 tame a twister. 3 bring the sea from California. 4 bring the rain from California. 5 catch thieves with his lasso. 6 catch teeth with his lasso. 7 cover the hills with gold. 8 make a river across the desert. 9 make a road across the desert. 10 make Indians paint the mountains with their make-up. 11 make Indians paint the rainbow with their make-up. 12 shoot at the sun. 13 shoot at stars. 14 leave one star for the State of Texas. 4 In groups of three or four students, choose one of the following tall tale characters: Paul Bunyan, John Henry or Johnny Appleseed. Look for information about them on the Internet and complete the file. Then create a comic strip for your character. Remember to use speech bubbles, thought bubbles and captions. Name: Comes from: Loves: Profession: Physical traits: Achievements:

6 TALL TALES 5 Choose one tall tale character from Activity 4 and complete the interview for a national newspaper. THE TALL TALES TIMES Interview with (name of the tall tale character) JOURNALIST: Hello! : Hello! (name of the tall tale character) JOURNALIST: come from? : I. JOURNALIST: your favorite object? : My. JOURNALIST: can you do? : I. JOURNALIST: Describe your personality, please. : I. JOURNALIST: What places like? : I. JOURNALIST: food like? : I. JOURNALIST: best friend? : My best friend. JOURNALIST: from? : is. JOURNALIST: Thank you for the interview! :!

7 SOCCER CHANTS 1 In groups, imagine you have a soccer team. a Give it a name and choose its best player. b Invent and draw its badge. c Write a chant to support your team in the shape of an acrostic poem: Write the letters that spell the name of your invented soccer team one below the other. Go back to each letter and think of a word, phrase or sentence that starts with or contains that letter. Once you have finished, share your work with the class and vote for the most original chant. Soccer team s name: Best player: Badge Soccer chant s title:

8 SOCCER CHANTS 2 Now, in the same groups, design the kit of your invented soccer team. You can use vertical / horizontal stripes, and different patterns and colors. Draw and color the complete kit and describe it. Then share your work with the class. The front part of the jersey. The back part of the jersey. The front part of the shorts. The back part of the shorts. The front part of the socks. The back part of the socks.

9 NOVELS 1 Read the blurbs on page 124 again and complete the table. The Giver The Boy in the Striped Pajamas The Hunger Games Twilight The Fault in Our Stars The hook (word, phrase or sentence that catches the reader s attention) Out-With striped pajamas armband with a star Shmuel is. Setting (information about the place) Main character s age teenager The twist (change in the direction of the plot) Edward hates Bella and doesn t want to be near her because he thinks he is dangerous. The hope (possibility of a ending) Hazel and Augustus fall in love and defeat cancer together.

10 NOVELS 2 Think about a book you like and complete the table. Then draw an alternative cover and write the blurb of your book. Book title Author Setting Characters Main events

11 NOVELS 3 Watch the following trailers and check ( ) the correct options in each column. In some cases, more than one answer is possible. The Giver watch?v=etspwr5deek The Boy in the Striped Pajamas watch?v=9ypmp0s5hiw The Hunger Games watch?v=pba63a7h0bo Twilight watch?v=uxjnde2fmji The Fault in our Stars watch?v=auvjgbncgqe Target audience teens teens teens teens teens Music suspenseful suspenseful suspenseful suspenseful suspenseful Pace quick quick quick quick quick Special effects yes yes yes yes yes Effect on the viewer poor good very good poor good very good poor good very good poor good very good poor good very good watch?v=etspwr5deek Note: All the web links included in these worksheets were retrieved on October 29th, 2016.

12 PROJECT TÍTULO Level 1 Step 1 1 Sit in groups of three or four students and read the definition. What is a generalization? A generalization is an idea that applies to a group of people. Usually, generalizations don t reflect reality. Characters in tall tales are based on generalizations of the people that live in a particular region. For example: Pecos Bill is a generalization of Texan people. This generalization shows that all Texans are cowboys. 2 Do an online search and find images and information of the people that live in a particular region of your country. Then answer: What generalizations can you identify about the people that live in that region? Complete the table. Generalizations Are they true or false? Why do these generalizations exist? 1 True / False 2 True / False 3 True / False 4 True / False 5 True / False 3 Choose one of the generalizations from Activity 2. This generalization can help you to create a tall tale that has a setting and a hero from your own country. Now read the definition. What is a hyperbole? A hyperbole is an exaggeration. Tall tales have hyperbolic characters that are part of hyperbolic events. For example: Pecos Bill has hyperbolic characteristics. He can catch a twister with his lasso and tame a wild horse, Widowmaker. 4 Heroes have hyperbolic characteristics. Think of three hyperbolic characteristics for your tall tale character and complete the table. These characteristics are your character s powers. Hyperbolic characteristic 1 Hyperbolic characteristic 2 Hyperbolic characteristic 3

13 PROJECT Level 1 Step 2 1 Do an online search and find information about the region of your country your tall tale character belongs to. What are the natural difficulties your tall tale character can find in that region? Complete the spidergram. 2 Choose three natural difficulties and describe them. Then write how your tall tale character solves them using his/her powers. 1st natural difficulty 2nd natural difficulty 3rd natural difficulty 1st solution 2nd solution 3rd solution Step 3 Write your tall tale. You can add drawings. Remember to use linkers: first, then, after that, so, finally. Then share your work with the class.

15 Answer Key 3 The Giver watch?v=etspwr5deek The Boy in the Striped Pajamas watch?v=9ypmp0s5hiw The Hunger Games watch?v=pba63a7h0bo Twilight watch?v=uxjnde2fmji The Fault in Our Stars watch?v=auvjgbncgqe Target audience teens teens teens teens teens Music suspenseful suspenseful suspenseful suspenseful suspenseful Pace quick quick quick quick (er than the rest) quick Special yes yes yes yes yes effects Effect on Students own Students own Students own Students own Students own the viewer answers answers answers answers answers

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