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Caught in a speech bubble

Ahead of our International week focus on Africa, we have been looking at stories from other cultures. We have of course focused on Africa and the Anansi stories.


On Wednesday we compared Anansi to significant people and analysed his character in line with our IPC personal learning goals.

However, the task which most captured the imagination was when we used speech bubbles to represent direct speech between Anansi and the turtle in the famous tale.

Students recreated the tale using their own script writing skills and also reflected on the moral of the story as 'you reap what you sow'.


Henry W Guyler
Year 4 Teacher/Year Level Leader

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