Picasso and the Girl with a          Ponytail   Page 142. Lesson #3
Reading p142The next day, Picasso started working on a   huge sculpture of       Sylvette.
Reading p142It had a long neck and a round handbag just like hers, but the head was so strange that Sylvette didn‟t think ...
Reading p142As she watched, shesuddenly had afeeling that this wouldbe the last timePicasso would useher as his model.
Reading p142Since the day on the terrace, she had spent little time away from him. „Soon it will all fade away, like the s...
There are many kinds of “Model”Which is the correct “Model” for us?
Reading p142While Picasso worked,Sylvette began tellinghim the secrets thatshe had locked awayand tried to forget.
Reading p142She talked about thetime her father left herfamily. Sylvette kept apicture of him in hersuitcase,
Reading p142but she had never told anyone how sad and lonely she had been since that day.
Which picture best describes        “Lonely?”
Reading p142Picasso looked up ather and said, “It isvery hard whenpeople leave us.”Then he smiledsaying,
Reading p142“But try to remember, when one door closes, another door opens.”
Comprehension QuestionWhat did Picasso mean when he said, “when one door closes, another door opens.”Picasso meant: When s...
VocabularyHuge: Something very big.“Picasso started working on a  huge sculpture of Sylvette.”  (First sentence)
Giant Head
Giant Swimmer
Giant Woman
Giant Baby
Giant Boy
VocabularyFade away: Disappear slowly.“Soon it will all fade away,  like summer.”    (Sixth line First Paragraph)
A picture of summer fading away!
VocabularyLock away: To hide something.  To keep something secret.“Sylvette began telling him  secrets that she had locked...
Which picture best describes    “a locked Secret?”
VocabularyLook up at.“Picasso looked up at her  and said, …”(4th sentence 5th line 2nd paragraph)
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People and arts #3
People and arts #3
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  1. 1. Picasso and the Girl with a Ponytail Page 142. Lesson #3
  2. 2. Reading p142The next day, Picasso started working on a huge sculpture of Sylvette.
  3. 3. Reading p142It had a long neck and a round handbag just like hers, but the head was so strange that Sylvette didn‟t think it looked like her head at all.
  4. 4. Reading p142As she watched, shesuddenly had afeeling that this wouldbe the last timePicasso would useher as his model.
  5. 5. Reading p142Since the day on the terrace, she had spent little time away from him. „Soon it will all fade away, like the summer,‟ she thought to herself.
  6. 6. There are many kinds of “Model”Which is the correct “Model” for us?
  7. 7. Reading p142While Picasso worked,Sylvette began tellinghim the secrets thatshe had locked awayand tried to forget.
  8. 8. Reading p142She talked about thetime her father left herfamily. Sylvette kept apicture of him in hersuitcase,
  9. 9. Reading p142but she had never told anyone how sad and lonely she had been since that day.
  10. 10. Which picture best describes “Lonely?”
  11. 11. Reading p142Picasso looked up ather and said, “It isvery hard whenpeople leave us.”Then he smiledsaying,
  12. 12. Reading p142“But try to remember, when one door closes, another door opens.”
  13. 13. Comprehension QuestionWhat did Picasso mean when he said, “when one door closes, another door opens.”Picasso meant: When something ends, something else begins.
  14. 14. VocabularyHuge: Something very big.“Picasso started working on a huge sculpture of Sylvette.” (First sentence)
  15. 15. Giant Head
  16. 16. Giant Swimmer
  17. 17. Giant Woman
  18. 18. Giant Baby
  19. 19. Giant Boy
  20. 20. VocabularyFade away: Disappear slowly.“Soon it will all fade away, like summer.” (Sixth line First Paragraph)
  21. 21. A picture of summer fading away!
  22. 22. VocabularyLock away: To hide something. To keep something secret.“Sylvette began telling him secrets that she had locked away and tried to forget.” (First sentence, 2nd paragraph)
  23. 23. Which picture best describes “a locked Secret?”
  24. 24. VocabularyLook up at.“Picasso looked up at her and said, …”(4th sentence 5th line 2nd paragraph)
  25. 25. Review Time!
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