Process 5<br />Now, it’s time forthestory ! <br /> As youreadit, payattentionto Mr. Toad’snonsensicalbehaviour. Rememberthatyouwillhavetoadvisehimnottobe so foolish.<br />In resources,you can find a version of thebooktogetherwithsomerelatedtoit.<br />
Process 6<br />Haveyoufinishedreadingthebook? <br />I hope youlikedit. Now, answer a few more questions:<br />- Whowasyourfavouritecharacter? Why?<br />- Why do youthink K. Grahamewrotesuch a story?<br />- Do youthink he wroteitwith a particular intention?<br />- Whoisthestorywrittenfor?<br />
Process 7<br />Nowlet’sgetdowntosomework !<br />YouhavegottohelpBadger, Ratty and Mole write a letterto Mr. Toad.Rememberthattheywanttoconvincehimtobecome more sensible. <br />Convincinghimwillbehardwork ! Ifyouwanttosucceedyouwillneed a . So, justfollowthesesteps:<br />
Process 8<br />Step 1: planningahead.<br />- First, makegroups of threepeople. Youwillfocusonchapters 5, 6 and 7, so, eachmember of thegrouppicks up one of them.<br />- Next, gooverthechapteryoupicked and note downthesituations in which Mr. Toadgets in trouble.<br />
Process 9<br />- Then, analysewhy Mr. Toaddidwrong in thosesituations and writeitonyournotebook.<br />- Now, pick up themostdreadful of Mr. Toad’smistakes and writetherightthingto do topreventtroublefromarising.<br />
Process 10<br />Step 2: getting started.<br />- Spend two minutes on thinking about how a letter to a friend is organized: date, address, greetings, main text, leave taking, signature...<br /> If you need help, click on the icon<br />- Now that you have thought about what to tell and how to do it, write a draft and revise it. <br />
Process 11<br />Step 3: writingtheletter.<br />- Workwithyour mates and writethe final draft.<br />- Gooveritcarefullytomakesurethatyouorganizeditlike a letter and thatyouhaveincludedthethreepieces of advice.<br />- Finally, writetheletterto Mr. Toad.<br />
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