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Little Red Riding Hood for ESL Kids. Making Predictions. Quiz by Naves

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Little Red Riding Hood by Cambridge English Online from Learn English Kids by the British Council. Making Predictions. Quiz by Naves. Read, listen and watch the story and answer the questions
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Little Red Riding Hood by Cambridge English Online is written for very young ESL learners. We'll use this story to make predictions about how the story has been adapted for ESL Kids
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2 minutes 0 second
Video genre
Cartoons for kids & kids' videos
Language goals
Listening comprehension
The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Pre-intermediate (A2), Intermediate (B1), Upper-intermediate (B2)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers
High schoolers
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1. Guess the end.
Before watching/ reading the the fairy tale, think about what the story is about. What changes do you expect to be made for ESL kids?
2. Guess the end.
Think about the source an have a look at the picture of the fairy tale. What other changes do you expect to find in this version? Why?
3. Guess the end.
Do you think in this version of the story the little girl is going to be sent to feed her Granny as a chore by her mum? Why?
4. Guess the end.
What do you think kids are going to think about her when they see her walking on her own to visit her grand mother.
5. Guess the end.
How do you think kids are going to feel about the girl revealing a complete stranger, a wolf where her grandmother lives?
6. Guess the end.
In many versions of the story, the wolf lies to the kid and tells her to take a path which he claims is shorter. Will he lie to the kid?
7. Guess the end.
What do you think it is going to happen? How do you think kids will think when they are told the wolf ate the Granny and got into her bed?
8. Guess the end.
Repetition is a common feature in fairy tales. After mentioning the ears and nose, what do you think kids might fear may also be too big?
9. Guess the end.
How do you think this version of the story is going to end? In some stories a hunter or woodcutter saves the kid. What about the granny?
10. Guess the end.
Why do you think the little girl and her grandmother are rescued by a male woodcutter? What can be infered about the author's belief system?
11. Guess the end.
In the story you read when you were a kid, did the wolf ran away or was he killed? Why do you think the author chose to let him live?
12. Guess the end.
What lessons do you think kids can learn from reading this version of the story? What lessons would you have liked them to be able to learn?
Mnaves3 is from/lives in Spain and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2013-02-01. Mnaves3 last logged in on 2022-11-30, and has shared 25 resources on iSLCollective so far.
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