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SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood
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SOLO taxonomy - Little Red Riding Hood

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    • 1. SOLO TAXONOMYAshlea, Jarod, Shivneel, Hayden, Rahul.
    • 2. PreStructuralTo brainstorm disorganised thoughts. Find atopic that you want to learn more about.
    • 3. UniStructuralTo define, Identify and to dosimple procedures.
    • 4. MultistructuralDefine Aspects of the taskand define words you don’tknow. You can list anddescribe the topic.
    • 5. Relational
    • 6. RelationalTo compare and contrast. Toclassify things or to explaincauses of what happened.
    • 7. Extended Abstract
    • 8. Extended AbstractTo create and designsomething or to reflect on thetask that we have been given.
    • 9. LITTLE RED RIDING HOODJarod, Ashlea, Shiv, Hayden and Rahul.
    • 10. UnistructuralLittle Red Riding HoodWho: Little Red Riding Hood, Grandma, Hunter and the Wolf.Why: Little Red Riding Hood went to deliver food to her sickGrandma.
    • 11. Multistructural
    • 12. MultistructuralDefine the words....Wolf: A wild carnivorousmammal that is the largestmember of the dog family.Mammal: A warm bloodedvertebrate animal of a classthat is distinguished by thepossession of hair.Forest: a large area coveredchiefly with trees and bushes.
    • 13. Relational CompareLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle.
    • 14. Relational CompareLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle. Both stories take place in the woods.
    • 15. Relational CompareLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle. Both stories take place in the woods. Wood-cutters are both present in the stories.
    • 16. Relational CompareLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle. Both stories take place in the woods. Wood-cutters are both present in the stories. There is always a villain in the stories.
    • 17. Relational CompareLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle. Both stories take place in the woods. Wood-cutters are both present in the stories. There is always a villain in the stories. Both Little Red and Hanzel and Gretel are tweens.
    • 18. Relational CompareLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle. Both stories take place in the woods. Wood-cutters are both present in the stories. There is always a villain in the stories. Both Little Red and Hanzel and Gretel are tweens.
    • 19. Relational ContrastLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle.
    • 20. Relational ContrastLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle. Little Red did not have a partner Little Red did not have unloving parents In Little Red Riding Hood it was the Wolf who was the bad one. In Hansel and Gretel it is the bad old witch.
    • 21. Relational ContrastLittle Red Riding Hood VS Hansel and Gretle. Little Red did not have a partner Little Red did not have unloving parents In Little Red Riding Hood it was the Wolf who was the bad one. In Hansel and Gretel it is the bad old witch.
    • 22. RelationalExplain Causes
    • 23. Relational Explain Causes Little Red Riding Hood deliversfood to her sick grandma. The wolftricks her and tells her to go andpick flowers so he can beat her toher Grandmothers house. Hetricks her Grandma into thinkingit was Little Red Riding Hood.The wolf eats her Grandmotherand Little Red too. The Huntercomes to the rescue and cuts LittleRed and her Grandma out of theWolfs tummy unharmed.
    • 24. Relational Explain Causes Little Red Riding Hood deliversfood to her sick grandma. The wolftricks her and tells her to go andpick flowers so he can beat her toher Grandmothers house. Hetricks her Grandma into thinkingit was Little Red Riding Hood.The wolf eats her Grandmotherand Little Red too. The Huntercomes to the rescue and cuts LittleRed and her Grandma out of theWolfs tummy unharmed.
    • 25. Extended Abstract. Under Ground Tunnel
    • 26. Extended Abstract. Under Ground TunnelTo make an undergroundtunnel to transport LittleRed Riding Hood safely toher Grandmothers house.
    • 27. Extended Abstract. Under Ground TunnelTo make an undergroundtunnel to transport LittleRed Riding Hood safely toher Grandmothers house.
    • 28. Normal trail/ road.
    • 29. Normal trail/ road.
    • 30. Safe Underground route
    • 31. Safe Underground route
    • 32. Thank-you for watching!!! + Rahul Chand : )

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