After reading the Cherokee myth “Grandmother Spider Brings the Sun”, create your own myth that explains in a creative way why certain animal looks or behaves the way it does.
Follow the steps below in order to complete the task:
- Write your story (120-180 words) on your copybook.
- Record yourself. Use Adobe Voice application record your story. You can also include animals’ sounds to make your story sound more realistic!
- Add images. Find at least 4 images that fit in your story.
- Add text or extra images to make your narration more interesting.
- Save and send your work. Once you are happy with your video send it to your teacher through email.
Find the Assessment Plan for this semester. It is important that you keep record of it!
Units to be covered:
- Nº1 What’s light and
- Nº3 How can we tell what’s right?
1.- PT 23 March: Integrated Skills Test based on Unit 1: What is light?
2.- PT 11 April: Trinity Reading and Writing:
3.- ED 25 April: “Science Experiment”
4.- ED 18 May: “Performance Assessment”.
5.- ED 8 June: “Performance Assessment: Fables and Bitstrips”
6.- PT 21 June: Integrated Skills Test based on Unit 3: “How can we tell what is right?”
Big Question 1: What is light?
Factual: What are the elements that form light?
Conceptual: Has light helped overcome the problem of poverty in the world?
Debatable: Could we live without artificial light?
Today we’ll work on an activity to reinforce and practice conditionals…yes, again.
In this activity, you will create a political party. You will work in groups of four, and each group will have to come up with at commandments about what you will/ would do if you are/were elected using the first or second conditional. After each group presents, you will vote to which party you will/would like to elect.
You will also have to create the following elements:
- A title for your political party
- A flag for your party
- 10 commandments