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Merry Christmas and a Happy New year!
We will be back on the 9th of January 2015. Mira has created this poem in Canva.
We have worked with the app Canva and created poems. Canva is a very easy app to understand. It is also good that the pictures in the app are free to use.
First of all we read an extract from the book The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian. Then we gathered words that had to do with emotions. Here you can find our poems. Enjoy! / 9C
Written by William
Written by Sarah and Linus
Written by: Filip P, Victor SB, Filip E
Written by Filippa and Johanna
Written by Saga
Written by Emil and Johanna C
Written by Julia and Naomi
We (Naomi, Filippa and Johanna J) have worked with Elisabeth 1 :
Here is the film we (Johanna and Victoria) made about the Spanish Armada:
Here is our film (Filip/Rasmus) about Jack the Ripper:
VICTOR SB, LINUS & MIRA
Here’s our film: The making of the UK and the Union Jack
Here is our quiz; Making of the UK and the Union Jack
We have now finished #dragonenglish.
Linus is a huge fan of fantasy. He has written his own fantasy text. Jessica Chermaie, the author of ”Secrets of the truth” has read it and she thinks:
We have really enjoyed #dragonenglish and would like to thank the authors who have helped us:
Your books are great!
Thanks for helping us!
Halloween…blood… a dark history…
Linus visited London a few weeks ago. He went to The Dungeons and was thrilled!
He has made a film about The dark history of London for you:
Since I didn’t feel like writing in the ways that Sara suggested, I came up with another idea.
I want to write about how I think the book that I’m reading will continue/end, since we haven’t finished them.
You write how you think the book will end based on what you’ve already read. You can quote things to connect them with how you think that they will develop, and you can explain how you think certain things will turn out and why.
If you’d like to finish the book like I want to, you can later on add on to your text how the book ended and if it was anything like you thought it would end.
Feel free to use this idea if you want to.
So, I updated our 8C pic, since we’re not 8C anymore. Here it is;
It’s practically the same:)
During this lesson I want you work with the text below called Reading log 4.
1.Work in your groups and help each other.
2.Speak English during your discussions. Use an Ipad, Soundcloud, and
record your disussions.
3. Summarize your discussions here in the blog. Describe the conflicts. Use quotes from the book to show what the conflicts are about.
You can choose if you want to publish what you have talked about or if you want to write it as a comment. If you want to publish from Soundcloud – please let me know and I will help you.
Reading log 4. How far have you read? Page:
Almost all novels have conflicts of some kind. Sometimes they are between two or more people (external conflicts), and sometimes the conflict is within the characters themselves, (internal conflicts). Try to find examples of both of these kinds of conflicts. The character might for example be fighting with another character, and that would make an external conflict, or the character might be struggling with him‐ or herself over something he/she has done that he/she knows was wrong.
Describe the conflicts.
Give examples and use quotes from the book to show what those
conflicts are about.