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1. MOTIVATIONAL PART (3-5 minutes)     -       introduction of the story with help of pictures     -       the teacher put...
4. POST-READING ACTIVITIES (45 minutes)           a) Comparing the version by Roald Dahl with the traditional fairy tale (...
Reading task   cinderella
Reading task   cinderella
Reading task   cinderella
Reading task   cinderella
Reading task   cinderella
Reading task   cinderella
Reading task   cinderella
Reading task   cinderella
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Reading task cinderella

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Reading task cinderella

  1. 1. 1. MOTIVATIONAL PART (3-5 minutes) - introduction of the story with help of pictures - the teacher puts the pictures one by one on the board - the pupils try to guess what the topic is2. PRE-READING ACTIVITIES (10 minutes) a) Restoration of the original fairy tale with help of the pictures b) Talking about the book and film versions of the fairy tale - 1697 by Charles Perrault: Cinderella; or, The Little Glass Slipper - 19th century by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm: Aschenputtel - 1899 - first movie version by Georges Méliès: Cinderella - 1950 - Disney’s version: Cinderella - 1969 - Czech musical film (black-and-white): Popelka - 1973 - Czech-German movie: Tři oříšky pro Popelku - 1998 - US romance, “the real story of Cinderella”: Ever After - 2004 - US modernization of the story: A Cinderella Story (There are hundreds of adaptations of this fairy tale. I have chosen only those I think can be interesting for the children and they probably know them.) + REVOLTING RHYMES by ROALD DAHL3. WHILE-READING ACTIVITIES (30 minutes) a) Pupils read the story for themselves with help of dictionaries - because of some unknown words. There is also one passage with gaps - pupils have to fill them in according to the sense and rhyming (box with words next to the text) (I would not pre-teach the vocabulary because it could destroy the moment of surprise when reading the story.) b) Reading the story together, checking the gap-filling and explaining some confusing passages
  2. 2. 4. POST-READING ACTIVITIES (45 minutes) a) Comparing the version by Roald Dahl with the traditional fairy tale (focusing on similarities and differences) b) Pupils draw a comics based on Roald Dahl’s story (work in groups of 3-4) c) Watch the online version of the fairy tale on YouTube.com (reading accompanied by pictures) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtXGmnR9F5YSources:Cinderella. In Wikipedia : the free encyclopedia [online]. St. Petersburg (Florida) : Wikipedia Foundation, [cit. 2010-12-10]. Dostupné z WWW: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cinderella>.DAHL, Roald; BLAKE, Quentin. Revolting rhymes. London : Puffin Books, 2008. 46 p.YouTube [online]. 16.2.2010 [cit. 2010-12-10]. Revolting Rhymes_ Cinderella.mp4. Dostupné z WWW: <Revolting Rhymes_ Cinderella.mp4>.

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