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oxford bookworms Library stage 2 1 songs from the soul: stories from around the Worldactivities answersSongs from the Soul: Stories from Around the World stage 2 oxford university pressBefore Readingbefore reading activities (page 44)For these activities, encourage students to exchange ideas, and to speculate and to guess. Do not tell them the answers that are factual; they will find out the answers as they read. activity 1 the evening trainOpen answers. Encourage discussion.activity 2 compLicityThe right guess is 3.activity 3 the Luck of fourOpen answers. Encourage discussion.activity 4 chinna and muthuThe right guesses are 1 and 4.activity 5 with sincere intentOpen answers. Encourage discussion.activity 6 the strange chiLd1 Y 2 Nactivity 7 treason1 Kannas father has lied to her.2 Kanna does not have a grandmother.activity 8 the deceiversThe true answers are 1 and 2.After Readingactivity 1 after reading1 + 13 + 20Keshto needs help to make his potato cakes, but his son Karthik wants to move to the city and does not want to help his father any more.2 + 10 + 24Emma, Jimmy, and their mother go to the farm because the farmer says they can have a chicken, but first they have to catch the chicken.3 + 16 +18Chai is a very fat man who spends a lot of money on lottery tickets, and is not very nice to his friend Samy.4 + 12 + 23Chinna knows what happens in a sacrifice and he loves the little goat, so he takes her away and hides her in a secret place.5 + 15 + 19In the hospital Bill tells his wife a funny story, which makes her laugh, but his real message is a sad one for them both.6 + 9 + 22Linda drives to her husbands village, because she wants to meet his family, but she learns a terrible secret about her husband.7 + 14 + 17Kannas father takes his young, pretty daughter and leaves her in the house of a woman who is not her grandmother.8 + 11 + 21Gbenga thinks it is clever to use a false name, but he isnt so clever after all, because the guy opposite him is doing the same thing.activity 2 after readingOpen answers.activity 3 after reading1 D E L I C I O U S2B U T T E R F L Y3C H A T4C H I C K E N5G I G G L E6F O R G I V E7L O T T E R Y8S A C R I F I C Eactivity 4 after reading1 The word is deceiver, from the story The Deceivers.2 Open answer.activity 5 after readingOpen answers. activity 6 after readingThe first haiku is about With Sincere Intent; the second haiku is about The Strange Child.Notes for the teacher:This activity helps students to think about the stories they have read, and what they see as the themes, or points of interest in the story. It also helps them to practise the key vocabulary of the stories. There are no right or wrong answers for this activity, provided that the haiku accurately reflects some aspect of the story. For classroom work, students can work in pairs or small groups to write their haiku. When all the groups have finished, there can be a guessing competition, with other groups guessing which story each haiku is about. Other possibilities include a haiku recital (each group in turn reads out their haiku to the class), and a poster display. If students are doing their reading at home, writing a haiku is a creative way of showing they have read oxford bookworms Library stage 2 2 songs from the soul: stories from around the Worldactivities answersSongs from the Soul: Stories from Around the World stage 2 oxford university pressand understood the story. Haiku can be written in students own reading diaries, or shared with the class. A good way is to keep a big Reviews Book in the classroom, and each student writes their haiku in the book for other students to read. Haiku dont rhyme or scan, but must keep to the 5 / 7 / 5 syllable rule. They can be one long sentence, or a number of short sentences, or just phrases. They can be funny, or sad. Avoid using characters names. These examples for the other stories in this book show some different ways language can be used in haiku.The Evening TrainHe waits for his son,potatoes ready to cook,but help does not come.ComplicityThe young girl watches,and her mother runs, laughing, to catch a chicken.The Luck of FourUnlucky number.He gives away the ticket,but the bad luck stays.Chinna and MuthuRain. What will bring rain?Buy the priest with two good fields,and let the goat go.TreasonFlowers in my hair,bangles on my wrists, a gatethat shuts behind me.The DeceiversHe uses a name to deceive; he forgets thattwo can play that game.