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Enskt 7.a

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 Matilda 

By Roald Dahl

 

For each chapter:

Summarise important parts of the chapter
Find one word to put in The Vocabulary Four Square

Every Thursday:

Choose your favourite passage from one of the chapters that you read this week. Prepare to read aloud and explain why you picked out this passage (what do you find interesting and what does it tell us). Be aware of punctuation and direct speech when you practise to read your passage aloud.

 

Audiobook
Read and listen at the same time. You can find audiobooks here:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1vOIX3E5o3fBRzdtGscfWA/search?query=matilda 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSLCZSkU6qk&feature=youtu.be  

https://soundcloud.com/penguin-books/roald-dahl-matilda-kate-winslet 

 

Freedom

Music with a message 

  • Pick a song/music video about Freedom
  • In your own words, sum up each verse.
  • Analyse the song/music video. Does the song tell a story or describe a feeling? What is the message of the song? Is it still relevant? How well do you think the video and the text compare? Does the video portray the general message in the lyrics?
  • What is your opinion on music with a message? What do you think of the song?

     

 

 

 

 

Oliver Twist

  • Describe the main characters. Use the text to help you
  • What is the usual meaning of the following words: Fang, dodge, grim, wig, bumble, corney, sourberry (sowerberry)
  • How does Charles Dickens use words like these to describe his characters more clearly?
  • "Despite this tender Christian care by the Christian authorites, Oliver did reach his ninth birthday..." (page 5, line 2) What does this tell us about C.D. view of the authorities in those days?
  • In which ways does C.D. support and critize the values of his time?
  • Finish the sentence "You are poor when..."
  • Finish the sentence "You are rich when..."

 

Book Bento

Book Bentos are visual representations that reflect actual parts of the story, or representations of a theme or concept.

  • Gather 4 - 8 objects that hold meaning/represent something in the book. (Don't use the cover)
  • Assemble the items. Consider background,color, spacing, placement of objects,
  • Take a square photograph. (You can make the image even more beautiful by bringing it into your favorite image editing program for enhancement.)

Send your Book Bento to rudi.olsen@skulin.fo 

 

Book Bento Examples

Ladz

1. Video & Computer Games: Dortea, Brandur, Mattias B

 2. Boys don´t cry: Rói, Mattias K., Sjúrður

3. A true friend: Gilli, Rókur, Hørður

4. The ballerina boy; Jodvig, Andrea, Ester

5. World of Warcraft: Hugin, Tummas, Xhoel, Christian

6. Ladz: Sigrid, Fríðunn, Maria

7. Holes: Ukraine, Vár, Markus