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Richard Greco

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The Day The Sun Went Dark

1. Read the story ‘The Day The Sun Went Dark’ 2. Write any 'unfamiliar vocabulary' in your workbooks. Then look up the meaning in the dictionary. 3. Tap and read the whole text. 4. In your workbook, you need to answer the following questions. a. What is the story about? b. Who is Addae, and what did he wish for at the beginning of the story? c. What work does the author use to describe what the shadow is doing to the sun? d. What does Addae think he caused the shadow? What does the line 'Would the shadow be forever?' mean in relation to this? e. Do you think Addae would react in the same way if he were to experience another solar eclipse? Explain why. f. Explain in your own words what a solar eclipse is? 5. Tap

4th Grade, Reading
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