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Etwinning The liitle cottage of the fish

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The present project; Una image, mil palabras (One picture, a thousand words) is rooted in the Multulateral eTwinning "Vamos hablando" for Spanish teachers held in Madrid on 23rd, 24th and May 25th, 2013

We met and shared training, ideas and good times that created the "One Picture, a thousand words" project.

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Etwinning The liitle cottage of the fish

  1. 1. Una image, mil palabras. One picture, a thousand words.
  2. 2. Pintor James Duffield Harding, nació en Deptford, Inglaterra, 1797-1863.
  3. 3. The Little Cottage of the Fish By Emily Davis and Betty Hall Norbury Hall Primary School, England Once upon a time there was a little store cottage. The people who lived there were very poor and all their clothes were all torn and tattered. They lived next to a big rich family who teased them because they didn’t have as much money as they did. But one strange day the poor family with the young boy called Alexander Bagney and Chris Bagney, the dad, were out skimming stones on the lake. Alexander saw a fish on the lake and called his mum, Alison Bagney, to come and witness this amazing creature. It looked alone so Alexander Bagney scooped up the colourful fish but the rich family, Britney, Rose and Stephen Greenson wanted the fish. Alexander threw on his tattered brown cardigan to cover the holes in his top and went to the fridge to hide the fish.
  4. 4. La pequeña cabaña del pez. Por: Emily Davis y Betty Hall Norbury Hall Primary School, Inglaterra Érase una vez una pequeña cabaña. Las personas que vivían allí eran muy pobres y todas sus ropas estaban rotas y andrajosas. Vivían junto a una gran rica familia que se burlaban de ellos porque no tenían tanto dinero. Pero un día extraño, la familia pobre con su hijo llamado Alexander Bagney y su papá, Chris Bagney, estaban afuera de la cabaña lanzando piedras al lago cuando de pronto, Alexander vio a un pez en el lago y llamó a su madre, Alison Bagney, para que viniera a presenciar esta criatura asombrosa, un hermoso pez de colores. El pez parecía tan solo que Alexander Bagney lo cogió fácilmente, pero la familia rica, Britney, Rose y Stephen Greenson, que también habían visto al pez, querían poseerlo también. Alexander se puso su chaqueta marrón andrajosa para cubrir los agujeros de su camisa en donde escondía al pez y se fue a la nevera para ocultarlo.

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