Courses, trips and off-timetable events are part and parcel of school life — and anyone can fall ill. It is about a boy who travels across the sea with his mum and dad but suddenly gets stranded on an island. When they had to leave Kensuke was very sad. Was Kensuke real because at the end of the story it has a reverance from Kensuke’s son and how he thought his father was dead. After almost a year on the island, Michael was found by his parents. There are plenty of starters, freeze-frames, activities for devised drama and helpful terminology for your drama students.
This Kensuke’s Kingdom book review was written by Floresiensis. Share Have you made a great resource? Simon from United Kingdom Brilliant book. Shakespeare series email two: He tried to get back to his island, but the current was too strong. Kevin from Southmapton I like his book, it’s the best ever. Teaching ideas for speaking and listening Tweet this Share this ….
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The book is really good but what I want to know is if the book based on a true story? I was reading it as a class reader in Y6.
I vote 10 out of 10 and this is the best book I have read I’ve read about books and this is hkmework best. Yertha from Canada It’s awesome!! I’m a 39 year old woman who is very picky when it comes to books and for me to love this book, obviously it has to be amazing. Courses, trips and off-timetable events are part and parcel of school life — and anyone can fall ill. Washed up on an island in the Pacific, Michael struggles to survive on his own.
It is a good book but even though it is hard to put down it is a hard book to get into. Following reviews The Happy Waving Game!
I liked the book because Kensuke really changed his attitude towards Michael. A complete resource, including instructions and differentiated sheets, which you can modify to suit your class.
Some cross referencing to other resource areas is likely…. He’s thoughtfully put together a host of dynamic and creative Shakespeare teaching ideas which are set to ping into your inbox over the coming months. So begins kingdim wonderful, heart-wrenching and poignant tale of friendship and of course, family. It is a very funnily heartbreaking book which is packed with fascinating situations and solutions.
Jasmine from Brighton, England I found it really interesting, in some bits I liked it because there were lots of cliff-hangers.
He tried to get back to his island, but the current was too strong. It was my class novel. Name that Thing What is the item shown in the photo? There is nothing that I would homewirk in this book not even a letter that I could change it is perfect.
I love all of Micheal Morpurgo’s books even though they are so sad but I really liked Kensuke’s Kingdom.
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Introductory resources Key Stage 5 English Language — Introductory resources These resources are for teaching the basics of language study at this level, including the study of lexis, semantics, grammar, phonology, discourse, pragmatics, and graphology, as well as key concepts…. Umm, I think this book is brilliant, the language is great and it makes it sound like Michael is mature: It’s not all about Shakespeare though! Natascha from Pakistan Kensuke’s Kingdom was an amazing book filled with adventure and also had small small parts which were sad.
I read this book in school and as homework. Holly from England This book is honestly the best and my favourite character is Kensuke. The pack includes references to the current English curriculum for Key Stage 3 to help you match work to your classes. Nothing could save me”. It is good for all ages.
Hitting the headlines Ravishing resource of the week What’s hot in…. At first I thought it a little boring, but after a while I started savouring every minute we spent reading it – it was funny at times, suspending at times, and had amazing vocabulary.