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English powerpoint: childrenīs play - THE UGLY DUCKLING childrenīs play - THE UGLY DUCKLING

This is the childrenīs play I wrote on the basis of the original story. Itīs made to suit the needs of my groups(we did a play and a puppet show with it), so I added a few characters (couldnīt load their pics, sorry, too large a format. They absolutely loved it, and so did the parents, especially because it talks about treating those who are different, and we always have someone like that in classes, donīt we? (My FCE class rewrote it into a modern version using people instead of animals!)Iīve posted a ws to accompany this for small kids. It has nature vocabulary, animals, feeling, and the last slide has teaching ideas. Enjoy!

 Age: 7-10
 Format: PowerPoint
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Copyright 09/6/2009  Anita Kovacevic
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hiya! thank you so much for the story. i wish it had been done in Word. itīs a little bit difficult to follow it this way.          posted by Ivona 0
maybe, you should have stayed with the same animation on the pages because it distracts the reader, i.e. me. (i donīt know about others). Iīve read the other play, and loved it. Thanks!


thanks a lot! How old were your students?          posted by Neda 0


          posted by veronika74 0
Thank you.


          posted by miss-williams 0
Very nice work...Thanks a lot for sharing!


GREAT PPT! GREAT PLAY          posted by wakebeauty 0

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          posted by maufon 0
Thanks a million!!!


well done!          posted by lantern4all 20111008
I like your play. I have created an English Theatre Club facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/English-Theatre-Club/147202018686471
and want to share your play with our fans, is it possible?


Thanks!!!!!!          posted by sorokaira 20120121


Thanks!          posted by englishteach8 20130420