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CircoFables

Lyne Gosselin

Phone : (780) 270-2213
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Region

Provincial

School year/Age

grades 2 to 6

Language level

French immersion

School subject (primary)

Physical education

School subjects (secondary)

Fine Arts
French

Teaching materials

A PDF form with multiple choice questions about the show and a word search

Links with the curriculum

Understanding a message in diverse forms. Recognizing that the media transmits information in a different way. Highlighting the essential part of a message including verbal language. Producing divers linguistic acts. Writing and adapting a story individually or in groups.

Requirements

It is recommended to read some of the fables to students before the show. However this is not mandatory.

Availability

2018-2019 Season

Duration

35 minutes per show

Cost

$850 + GST

Description

CircoFables is a show that adapts three famous fables by Jean de La Fontaine. Through their professional circus skills, the performers play animal characters (the fox, the crow, the tortoise and others) to personify them appropriately. The circus performers, each playing a different animal, and using verses adapted for the 21st century, will convey the key messages to students that the original fables were meant to instruct. In addition, the show is presented in a context that is especially neat, the Circus!

Coordinator

ACFA

Partners

CPFA
Alberta Education
RAFA