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Chicken Soup

Overview

In this lesson pupils will read a tale adapted from Jewish folklore that explores the theme of sharing. Pupils will reflect on the behaviour of the characters and consider how they would resolve the conflict which is described in the story. Pupils will put sharing into practice through participating in an adapted version of ‘show and tell’ and contributing to a class recipe book project.
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