After reading the fairytale Goldilocks (TB p. 43-45) you have these different tasks to choose from. You can work either individually or in a small group depending on what you choose to work with.
1. You are a journalist. Write an article about what happened. Interview Goldilocks, Mummy Bear, Daddy Bear and Baby Bear. Perhaps you get a statement from the police. Work on your own
2. You are a reporter; make a play where you interview Mummy Bear, Daddy Bear and Baby Bear about their experiences. Work in small groups about 4 persons
3. Act out the scenes when the three bears come back home and discover what Goldilocks has done to their home. Find the dialogue in your textbook. Work in small groups, 2-3 persons
4. Pretend to be Goldilocks and retell what happened to a friend. Come up with either a funny or a scary ending. Write your story. This is a way to start: I just have to tell you what happened the other day. It was so embarrassing and scary! This is what happened … Work on your own
5. Write your own “Revolting Rhyme”. Remember me reading Roald Dahl’s version of Cinderella to you? Write your own twisted story about Goldilocks. You could use Roald Dahl’s beginning of his version if you like:
This famous wicked little tale
Should never have been put on sale.
It is a mystery to me
Why loving parents cannot see
That this is actually a book about a brazen little crook
(Revolting Rhymes, Roald Dahl)
Work on your own or together with a friend