Adventure in Beggar's Canyon by Jane B. Mason, Gary Ciccarelli PDF

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By Jane B. Mason, Gary Ciccarelli

The teenage Luke Skywalker, with a chum, trigger for a unprecedented day of enjoyable in Beggar's Canyon. yet their Skyhopper crashed, and so they have been quickly beset through Jawas, after which Sand humans. Holed up in a cave-like spot, they found it used to be the house of Krayt dragons and the doorway used to be trapped. From nowhere, a guy in a hooded gown seemed, Ben, who tamed the wild creatures, and led them domestic. in a while, after Ben had left, Luke had the unusual feeling that Ben may consistently be looking at over him.

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A should not ignore C’s approach or ignore B after C has arrived. ) Suggestion: A: (Smiles) ‘Hi C. This is B, a friend from my road. ’ A: ‘We were just talking about . ’ Role play 3 Ask for two volunteers, A and B. A knocks at the door of a friend’s house. B, the friend’s mother, opens the door. A greets B. ) ‘Hello Mrs X, is Martha in? ’ B: ‘Hello A. Yes she is. ’ If the opportunity arises, A could make a positive comment such as, ‘Have you painted the hallway? ’ Application 43 Saying goodbye It is sometimes hard to say goodbye without causing offence, especially when another person is talking.

Z If, when a child comes in, the door is shut, it must be closed again afterwards. Advice 28 Children are expected to know how to behave in all kinds of situations, yet are rarely formally taught social rules. By not observing such rules they can find themselves in trouble and without friends. Discuss the school rules and why schools have them. ) Activity 1 Ask the children to make up a list of class rules – if they haven’t already been given a list. Why are these rules needed? ) Activity 2 Children will be encouraged to stick to the rules if they see that there are rules for teachers too.

Z You want to speak to A’s dad to cancel meeting him after work tomorrow. As he’s not in you’d like to leave a message. When there’s spare time at the end of a lesson you could role-play quick impromptu phone calls. Application 51 Awkward situations The more embarrassing situations children are exposed to the more they can learn. It is only through making mistakes, or observing other people’s mistakes, that they can understand what went wrong and why. Below are some potentially awkward situations for children, with suggestions of how to rescue the moment.

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