A classic story for students to explore and compareSugerencia de uso
1. Use the beam projector to show the image.
2. Ask students what the title of the book is (Jack and the beanstalk) and if this is a book for children or adults.
3. In this file you will find the story in an old edition, but the idea is that students recognize some elements to identify the story and explore it briefly.
4. Ask students what they remember about the story and particularly about Jack.
5. Ask students if this story is about a real boy, why / why not.
6. Go over the table of contents on page 5 and ask students what other stories for children they can find there, what pages, how long they are, etc.
7. Discuss what parts they could change to make the story real.
8. Ask students to write three sentences about Jack and two more about the story.
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