Monday 18th January 2021
LI - To be able to explore the features and the language of legends, make predictions and make notes.
Last week we read the first part of a legend - ' The Beast with a 1000 teeth' and created our own ending.
Today I would like you to read the rest of this legend before answering the question below.
Is this story typical of a legend?
The Beast with a Thousand Teeth_mp3.mp3
Year 3 Level Task - First read the ingredients for legends sheet to remind yourself about the features of legends.
Finally write your answer to the question on the lines provided on the legend task sheet.
Refer to the success criteria and the features of legends for support.
- Introduction sentence that shows your opinion e.g.'The Beast with a 1000 teeth' is a typical legend / is not a typical legend because...
- Evidence from the story to justify your opinion
- Evidence of specific ingredients of legends such as a hero / heroine
- A concluding sentence
See Teacher's Modelled Example
The Beast with a 1000 teeth is typical of a legend because one of the main characters is a terrifying, ferocious beast who captures and eats the people around him. Everyone is afraid of the beast. At the same time, this legend is not typical because there is not a brave heroic knight who saves everyone but a small boy who had been captured by the beast. The evidence shows that...