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Other printables exercises > 4-SKILLS Narrating, Fables Part I (Author-Bouabdellah)
 

4-SKILLS Narrating, Fables Part I (Author-Bouabdellah)

 

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4-SKILLS Narrating, Fables Part I (Author-Bouabdellah)
by Bouabdellah

Date: 30 - Jul - 2008
Level: intermediate
Age: +10

Description:
Part One=Whole unit about narrating Based on fables: 01-Arabian fable: The Guest And The Chicken. 02-The Lion and the Mouse 03-The Two Frogs and the Well.


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goodnesses
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goodnesses
Algeria

ONLINE=Not TOOO LOOONG          posted by goodnesses 0
I devided this lesson into two part simply because I think that online exercises shouldn tbe over a certain time limit due to the tiredness that may be caused to kids after extended computer use and also because of the time limits we may be allowed to use the computer rooms.


goodnesses
Algeria

NOTE: Part II coming soon          posted by goodnesses 0


Pacchy
Argentina

Very good indeed!          posted by Pacchy 0


jujuka
Hungary

          posted by jujuka 0
Excellent material. Thank you


leva
Hungary

          posted by leva 0
Really-really NICE an useful ,too. My students love fables!Thanks for it!


year5a
United Kingdom

          posted by year5a 0
thank you, Im new to the sight and I really liked this exercise.
Joan