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”The Hotel Mystery” I årskurs 5 läser vi just nu ”The Hotel Mystery”, eller ”Hotellmysteriet” av Martin Widmark. Vi analyserar innehåll, berättarteknik och upplägg. Och skriver sedan egna hotellmysterier i åtta kapitel. Så fokus ligger på att kunna skriva egna texter på engelska. Jag har läst ”The Hotel Mystery” flera gånger och kan berättelsen. LEKTION 1 Jag visar boken för eleverna och frågar o någon känner till Lasse Majas Detektivbyrå. LEKTION 2 Nu berättar jag att jag har ”snott” Widmarks upplägg och skrivit ett eget hotellmysterium som heter ”The Ellington Hotel Mystery” (klicka på länken för att läsa kapitel 1-3). LEKTION 3 Med hjälp av Widmarks och min egen storyboard gör eleverna nu egna storyboards. LEKTION 4 Nu är det dags att skriva första kapitlet. LEKTION 5 Vi jobbar vidare med Chapter 1 så att alla har kommit igång och förstått vad som ska finnas med i första kapitlet och hur det ska skrivas. FORTSÄTTNING FÖLJER… Vi kommer att skriva klart alla åtta kapitel innan jul.

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