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DIXIT collaborative story / histoire collaborative

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Pedro Navarro

on 11 September 2016

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Transcript of DIXIT collaborative story / histoire collaborative

DIXIT collaborative story / histoire collaborative
Participating schools
Unité d'enseignement Robert Desnos, Rennes
ICS Andora-Laigueglia, Andora (SV)
St. Joseph The Worker RC Primary School, SALFORD
Reino Unido
We are creating a magical
story by ourselves.
Erick got the idea
So started our story.
The issue was getting amazing.
Using Dixit Cards we could make a collaborative story

Once upon a time, there was a princess who tied her long black hair with a magic gold ring.
Then we payed attention
The Notes Surfers would appear. After, they would drive her to the Musicland.
And the story carried on
She met the King of Music. He asked her: - Who are you?
- I'm the Princess of the Rings. My name is Dawn and I'm 15 years old. Please, help me to be back as I was before and find the ring.

Dawn opened the door with curiosity and anxiety. She found out that she was inside a huge snail. She went down holding on to the clothes tied endwise. The snail told her to climb the stairs and go to the sky, the Cloud Land.
To be continued
Working collaboratively
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