Set in the lush paradise of the South Seas, Stevenson tells his tales of magic and spirits, where incredible things can happen.
In The Isle of Voices meet Kalamake, the wizard of Molokai, Hawaii, who transforms seashells into dollars! Find out what happens to Keola, who is brutally tricked by Kalamake and escapes to a deserted island, only to find cannibals…
The Beach of Falesà is a thrilling tale of taboos, treachery, devils, island magic and two people who find love.
Good, evil, cannibalism and the macabre intertwine to create two unforgettable stories. While reading remember to note down the difficult words using stickers as we talked and then do the exercises which appear at the end of the chapter using a pencil. There are also some projects to do, if any student decides to do a digital essay, it must be handed in by June 23rd. In your final test, you will be invited to answer some questions related to the stories of this book.
The History of Money, The Hawaiian Islands and Copra.
Students of 3ºESO must read the chapters by the following dates:
The Isle of Voices
Chapter 1. “The Wizard of Molokai”. Monday 2nd March
Chapter 2. “The Sea of the Dead”. Monday 9th March
Dossier 1. “The History of Money”. Monday 16th March
Chapter 3. “Keola Escapes”. Monday 23rd March
Chapter 4. “The Isle of Voices”. Monday 6th April March
Chapter 5. “The Battle with the Invisible Enemy”. Monday 13th April
Chapter 6. “Back in Molokai”. Monday 20th April
Dossier 2. “The Eight Islands”. Thursday 23rd April
The Beach of Falesá
Chapter 1. “The Marriage”. Monday 27th April
Chapter 2. “The Taboo”. Monday 4th May
Dossier 3. “Copra”. Monday 11th May
Chapter 3. “The Missionary”. Monday 18th May
Chapter 4. “The Devil”. Monday 25th May
An editable Test and Activity Keys are available for good students. Visit the page “Readings” in this blog and use your password