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English: Watch the video clip 'For the birds' and discuss what is happening. What messages does it convey? Can you describe the characters?
Why do you think the little birds peck the big bird? What do they hope to achieve?
Write a list of facts and opinions about the story.
Compare the two main characters.
Now think about how you might describe the characters - look at the two main characters -how would you compare them? Think about both appearance and personality. Write a comparison grid for the two main characters then choose one to write a character description of. Think carefully about how you begin sentences - try to make them as interesting and descriptive as possible.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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