• Step 3 - L'arbre ungali kit

      $525.00

    • Teacher resources

      This traditional African folktale is a story about how animals learn to deal with drought and to respect each other. In the end the turtle unexpectedly saves the day.

      This play contains a high level of important pleasant repetition to ensure support and enhance learning for all elementary students. By the end of this 50-hour instructional unit most students should be able to complete their own 10-page story extensions entirely in French.

      Contents:

      Whole-Class Activities Book

      Including whole-class activities in ten-minute segments, classroom systems, a master calendar, evaluation blackline masters, vocabulary lists and game cards.

      Partner/Group Activities Book: Blackline Masters

      Including the play, vocabulary list, language-manipulation activities, simple and more complex questions based on the story, creative writing activities and words to the accompanying songs.

      Posters and Image Cards
      • Image cards of words not gestured
      • Song and rap posters with lyrics
      Audio CD
      • The songs (with instrumental versions)
      • Fun Grammar Raps (with instrumental versions)
      CD-ROM
      • PowerPoint™ of the play
      • Additional reference materials

      DVD

      • Gestured vocabulary for this kit
      • Music videos 
      • The play performed with TV series quality production


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      34 avenue du Parc- Reader

      A fairy has lost her ability to be the free spirit that she was. But, with the help of a friend, she is able to turn things around. The story shows the importance of friendship and that we do not need to be perfect to help each other.

      Story: Jacqueline Kelly
      Illustrations: Stan Gadziola
      Appropriate for ages: 7-12


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      Manigan le géant- Reader

      Manigan is a gentle giant and steward of the Earth who uses his bounty to aid those in need. He helps a couple of people who unfortunately take advantage of his kindness and eat up his stores of food. When the giant becomes weak, the couple realize that they have to give back to the one who has given them so much and they nurture Manigan back to health. This tale, which evokes First Nations wisdom, is a parable that reminds us of the need to treat our world with respect, and not just as something to be viewed as a resource for human consumption.

      Story: Jacqueline Kelly
      Illustrations: Jana Tublinshlak
      Appropriate for ages: 7-12

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