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Literature Lab:  The Rabbits - Guided Writing Task Worksheet

Literature Lab: The Rabbits - Guided Writing Task Worksheet

This complete lesson for STUDENTS 13-14 years includes a 2-page handout and detailed teacher instructions. Students compose a structured, critical essay based on the award winning picture book The Rabbits, by John Marsden and Shaun Tan. This resource is part of The Rabbits: Complete 8-Week Program Value Bundle. www.literature-lab.com

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Literature Lab:  The Rabbits - Narrative Analysis Worksheet

Literature Lab: The Rabbits - Narrative Analysis Worksheet

This complete lesson for STUDENTS 13-14 years includes a printable handout and detailed teacher instructions. Students explore the narrative structure and literary techniques used in the award winning picture book The Rabbits, by John Marsden and Shaun Tan. This resource is part of The Rabbits: Complete 8-Week Program Value Bundle. www.literature-lab.com

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Literature Lab:  The Rabbits - Front Cover Analysis Worksheet

Literature Lab: The Rabbits - Front Cover Analysis Worksheet

This complete lesson for STUDENTS 13-14 years includes a printable handout and detailed teacher instructions. Students analyse the front cover of the award winning picture book The Rabbits, by John Marsden and Shaun Tan. This resource is part of our The Rabbits: Complete 8-Week Program Value Bundle. www.literature-lab.com

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Literature Lab:  The Rabbits - Complete 8-Week Program Value Bundle

Literature Lab: The Rabbits - Complete 8-Week Program Value Bundle

The Rabbits by John Marsden & Shaun Tan is an award-winning and convention defying picture book describing the colonisation of Australia from the Aboriginal perspective. For STUDENTS 13-14 years. This massive 21 page unit includes a comprehensive 8-page program outline AND 4 lessons with handouts (Analysing Visual Techniques, Front Cover Analysis, Narrative Analysis & Guided Writing Task). www.literature-lab.com

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Literature Lab:  The Rabbits - Analysing Visual Techniques Worksheet

Literature Lab: The Rabbits - Analysing Visual Techniques Worksheet

This complete lesson for STUDENTS 13-14 years includes a 2-page handout and detailed teacher instructions. Students explore visual techniques used in the award winning picture book The Rabbits, by John Marsden and Shaun Tan. This resource is part of our The Rabbits: Complete 8-Week Program Value Bundle. www.literature-lab.com

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Maybe Tomorrow Boori Monty Pryor Activities

Maybe Tomorrow Boori Monty Pryor Activities

Maybe Tomorrow by Boori Monty Pryor and Meme McDonald Resources: Comprehension Questions for each chapter Theme tasks and questions Two jigsaw activities These were used for Year 9 English but could be adapted for older or younger students.

By hamptonamy

CYCLONE MONICA - THE STRONGEST RECORDED IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA

CYCLONE MONICA - THE STRONGEST RECORDED IN TROPICAL AUSTRALIA

Cyclones are major meteorological events. This unit provides an opportunity for students to follow the development, movement and impact of this Category 5 Cyclone. Although it has been the strongest recorded it did not gain the press coverage of Cyclone Tracy (December 25 1974). Reasons for this are provided in comparisons. Start with an observation of fallen trees and follow the story through the Arts and Craft Centre in Maningrida - the closest settlement to the eye of Maningrida. Then find the origin, look at the nature and mechanism of the cyclone, trace its movement and its changing strength by map. There is plenty of Web information about Cyclone Tracy if you wish to find it. There is very little available very little about Cyclone Monica. A black and white question & activity page is provided so that hard copies can be given. If your students are interested in the most powerful in a category - Cyclone Monica fits this requirement.

By KPolkinghorne