Moon Festival for Reading and Writing class

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The Mid-Autumn Festival is celebrated notably by the Chinese and Taiwan, it is held on the 15th day of the eighth month of the Lunar calendar, which is this Thursday on 1stOct 2020.
Today, let’s learn about traditional Chinese stories and play these myViewBoard Originals - Moon Festival for Reading and Writing class to practice analytic thinking activities!



Instructions

🎯 Moon Festival for Reading and Writing class to practice analytic thinking activities:

  • facts or opinions;
  • cause and effect;
  • comparison and contrast between Thanksgiving & Mid-Autumn Festival.

Guide the students to write a poem about the moon during the festival!


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