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Legends of the British Isles

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Legends from the British Isles
- Teens 4 -

Scotland: THE KING
OF THE WIZARDS.
If someone needs you to make them happy, they have to use you or manipulate you. They can not let you be free.
Follow your dream and work hard to make it come true.
Never forget the ones who have always love you well, and keep looking after you.
Wales: GELERT
Anger will always make you do insensible things.
Calm down and you will be able to think clearly.
When you act or react on impulse, you may feel very, very sorry later.
Never jump to conclusions.
Ireland: A ROYAL SECRET
When there is an unpleasant situation in your life that can not be changed easily, do not get annoyed with people that have nothing to do with it.
Share your worries and fears with people you love and know very well: keeping a secret can make you feel ill.
Never laugh
at
people, laugh
with
them.
Laughter is the best medicine.
Accept yourself the way you are.
WHICH ARE SOME OF THE
HIDDEN
DIVINE LESSONS
WE HAVE FOUND OUT IN THE FOUR LEGENDS FROM THE BRITISH ISLES?
England: THE LEGEND
OF THE UNICORN
Support and defend people, ideas and rights when they are being attacked.
Never lose hope.
Be loyal to your friends.
Fight injustice with dignity.
Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King
Some time ago...
Firstly, we read the four legends and answered questions about them.
Secondly, we worked in groups. We thought, discussed, and tried to find out what the hidden message was, or what each legend could teach us.
Finally, we shared our opinions with the whole class.
These are our conclusions.
Course: 403/2
- AACI Caballito-

We relate it to...
Loyalty.
Effort.
Courage.
Determination.
We relate it to...
Hope.
Effort.
Determination.
Freedom.
Generosity.
Obedience.
Thankfulness.
We relate it to...
Trust.
Caring.
Obedience.
Generosity.
Loyalty.
We relate it to...
Sharing.
Sincerity.
Freedom.
Tolerance.
Acceptance.
Confidence.
Understanding.
"What is a legend?"
The word legend comes from Medieval Latin "legenda", it means a divine lesson, what is to be read.
It´s a story coming down from the past; especially one passed down (often orally) in a community and popularly regarded as historical, real but not entirely verifiable.
An old well-known story, often about brave people, adventures or magical events.
Legends are born in small communities, but they have a universal message about human nature and conduct.
Patch Adams
Digital design:
Rosario Oubiña.
Camila Lacarpia.
Teens 4
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