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The Last Unicorn

The Last Unicorn
Is it My Responsibility to Protect the Environment? A Story and Activity Based Approach for 8 to 12 Year Olds

October 2003 | 88 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This is a resource that will capture and excite the imagination of young people. A beautifully told story explores, through a mythical animal, the environmental issues of endangered species. The tale includes adventure and time travel. Each of the six lessons provides teacher notes, class activities, discussion points, games and worksheets.

The stories could be incorporated into:

" Literacy hour


" Citizenship

" Geography

" History

" Environmental studies

National curriculum connections are provided for Key Stage 2 and 3 including:

" Living things

" Chronological understanding

" Ideas and evidence in science

" Thinking about the lives of people in other places and times, and people with different values and customs.

Another inspirational idea put into practice by the author team who were highly commended in the NASEN/TES book competition for their previous work on Anger Management.

Lesson 1
Jules Takes a Test and Sets Off on a Journey  
Lesson 2
Jules Meets a Fabulous Beast and Makes a Big Decision  
Lesson 3
Jules Makes a New Friend and Realises That Her Task Will Not Be Easy  
Lesson 4
Bert and Jules Get Lost in Time  
Lesson 5
Jules Discovers that Even in the Past You Can be too Late  
Lesson 6
Jules Learns that Sad Endings Can Also Be Happy Beginnings  

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ISBN: 9781904315100