Little Red Riding Hood story

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When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

Teaching past tenses by reading a fairy tale and writing a new one 6 th Stavroupoli Primary School, 6 th grade

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

The Little Red Riding Hood a nd ...the grandmother and... ...the lumberjack story...

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

Grade Level : Primary School grade 6 th Lesson:   Simple Past / Past Progressive Objective:  To revise the two tenses through the use of the Little Red Riding Hood story Materials :   Little Red Riding Hood story and The story retold by the wolf ’ s perspective as we read from ( Section 2: The Impact of Images and Messages) the following page: http://www.youthdeved.ie/sites/youthdeved.ie/files/The_Whole_Story.pdf

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

Procedure : Both stories are read in class – the first one, the classic version we all know- but the real surprise is in the second which is a retold by the accused Wolf! After recognizing the tenses of the narration (they have already been taught both past tenses) we move on to place past progressive forms to make the narration more vivid by giving background information (…as I was walking in the forest one rainy morning, I saw a little girl….). This also can be done through questions (where was the girl going when the Wolf met her?) Homework :  After reading the second story again, try to write your own story but this time by the lumberjack or the grandmother’s perspective (in the first person narration as if you were them!)

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

Now, read some homework samples The lumberjack’s perspective: 1. “One day while I was cutting wood I listened to a scream. Someone was calling for help. I took my axe and ran towards the voice. When I arrived I saw a little house and I understood that the voice was coming from here. I entered the house and I saw a wolf run after a little girl. I attacked the wolf with my axe. At the same time, an old woman came into and started shouting: “kill the wolf, kill the wolf, save Little Red Riding Hood” The wolf scared and jumped out of the window to escape”

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

2. “One day I was chopping wood when I saw the friendly wolf who was going to talk to the Little Red Riding Hood. This girl when she came to the forest she always threw rubbish on the ground. The wolf was very angry and told her to stop. The girl ignored him………. When she got into the house she started screaming. I got inside , the wolf left from the back door. From that day the wolf didn’t come again” 3. “……………….. I followed the wolf and I saw him stopping in the grandmother’s house… The wolf went inside. I was looking from the window….I didn’t want the wolf to eat the girl, so I got into, saved her and the grandmother and made the wolf go. Then, I ate with gran and Little Red Riding Hood!”

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

4 . “As I was cutting down a tree, I heard some voices. I went closer and saw a wolf and a girl dressed in red. … After a while I heard screams from a house. I ran, smashed the door with my axe and I saw the wolf growling at the girl. I screamed “GET OUT FROM HERE!!” The wolf was scared and left. So, I sat with the grandmother and the girl and drank a cup of coffee!” 5. “….It was a little girl. She was wearing a red cloak. When I saw her a wolf was talking to her but I wasn’t able to listen. ….. I ran to the house and I saw the wolf ready to eat the girl. I threw my axe and killed him. The little girl thanked me and I left before dark”

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

7. “I lived in the forest. I was and I am a poor man so I was walking alone to find something to eat. One day from a little house I heard loud voices. Two women shouted and ran and I could hear a scared wolf! The wolf was my friend and the two women were trying to kill him! Luckily, I had my axe. I entered the house and I saw the women hitting the wolf, they wanted to make it fur and the wolf was crying and then I saved him. Now, the wolf is my best friend and women my worst enemy!!” 6. “ While I was cutting wood I saw a wolf running inside a house….. then I heard screams and when I got there I saw an old woman screaming “kill the wolf, kill the wolf”…. I don’t know what happened exactly that day but at the end they all were alive!”

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

8. “…Like a lightning, I took my axe and attacked the wolf. The wolf was afraid of my axe and he left!” 9. “…So, I took my axe and when I took it the wolf ran away! So the little girl came again and thanked me. We haven’t seen or heard something about the wolf!” 10. “…I hit the wolf with my axe and the animal ran away into the forest. May be the Little Red Riding Hood lived happily ever after!”

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

11. “It was a typical day in the forest and all seemed well. Suddenly, I heard shouts from the next house, I knew the grandmother and the granddaughter, it was a calm family and the girl was very good. Then I knew what I had to do, I took my axe and went running to the house where I found the wolf to scare the little girl. So I got my axe and I chased the wolf…”

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

12. “… I was sick and I called my daughter…. Then I went to make a tea for me. As I was drinking my tea someone banged on my door! I saw that he was the bad wolf. I was scared for a while but after he told me he wouldn’t hurt me he said that he saw the girl. He said she was rude with him and threw some trash. He wanted to give her a lesson. I did not refuse. He dressed like me and when she came he scared her. After all that, I went to bed and Red Riding Hood went to her house!” The grandmother’s perspective

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

13 . One day I was ill and told my daughter to send me medications. After an hour someone knocked at my door. It was the wolf, my friend. He told me that Little Red Riding Hood’s behavior was very rude and give her a lesson. I agreed and hid under the bed. Wolf wore my clothes and sat at my bed. Then the girl came and began the questions for the wolf’s appear, next wolf was afraid and my granddaughter screamed. The lumberjack came and I got up from the floor. He began to chase the wolf. I shouted but things were bad for the poor wolf. Now, I’m very sorry!!!!!

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

...did they all live happily ever after???

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: «how many pupils did actually kill the wolf»? The English Teacher:

When I read all these stories I realised that I couldn’t stop asking myself in surprise: « how many pupils did actually kill the wolf » ? The English Teacher

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