A role-playing activity where students play the role of a character from the fairy tale, The Three Bears.
This teaching resource is a role-playing activity where students become a character from the fairy tale The Three Bears. Students need to sit in a hot seat and answer questions directed to a specific character. Students need to use their inferring knowledge, and empathising skills to successfully answer questions that relate to their character.
Note, younger students may need more teacher support running this activity.
Australian Curriculum alignment
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