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Daily Archives: December 4, 2012
In geography over the past fortnight we have been looking at Katunguru Primary School which has a unique set of challenges. The children were asked to write a report detailing the problems and offering solutions. Firstly, the brief which the … Continue reading
Lo:-I can write a play script Scene3-the defence Characters: Wilf Wolf, Mr Freeman, Judge, persons1,2,3 Judge Silence in court! (turning to Mr Freeman)Mr Freeman would you like to call your first witness. Mr Freeman Thank you your honour (turning … Continue reading
Judge: Master Jack, you are called here guilty for knocking over Mr and Mrs Ogre’s castle with a beanstalk. Person 1: I bet you he’s guilty. Person2: Look at the face he’s making, he’s obviously guilty. Person 3: I wonder … Continue reading
Scene 3 – The defence Characters: Wilf Wolf, Judge, Mr Freeman and person 1, 2 and 3. The court room is suddenly quiet and the Judge bangs the hammer on the wooden desk. Wilf Wolf has been accused by eating … Continue reading
Scene 3- The defence Characters- Humpty Dumpty, Mr A Dumbledore, The frying pan, Mr Stanley ( defence counsel), Yoda, Wallace, Jack The courtroom is so quiet you could here a pin fall into a ball of cotton wool. The judge … Continue reading