Activity of text interpretation, aimed at fifth-year students, about the dreamy bunny. Let's get to know the story of this bunny? So, read the text carefully! Then answer the various interpretative questions proposed!
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The bunny in our story had a lot of friends because her heart glowed like gold and with every step she did someone a favor. She was very fond of adventures. Her prodigious imagination made her believe that she was a Princess Valente, that is, the pair of the famous Prince, only in the female version. She saw difficulties to be resolved and injustices to be corrected on all sides. She could also be compared to the unforgettable Don Quixote.
One day, the bunny saw a wolf cub that was whimpering forlornly. No doubt she called her mommy, and that's what her friends tried to make the bunny understand. But she was stubborn.
"Are you saying he's just calling his mommy?" Don't they realize that he's been kidnapped by the Dragon of the Wood, who's going to eat him as soon as possible? Glad I'm here, because I'm going to save the little one!
And with that, our bunny rushed down a deep bluff, with more enthusiasm than poise. It ended up rolling down her. Friends of hers struggled to follow her, but she kept running and screaming:
"Hold on, little wolf, I'll release you!" For Justice and Freedom!
When mother wolf realized that the heroine wanted to take her cub, she became enraged. Good thing the bunny's friends arrived in time and informed her of her friend's delusions.
As always, a lucky break saved Princess Valente! How long could friends of hers be able to protect her from her own dream?
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Question 1 - According to the narrator of the story, the bunny "had a lot of friends" because:
() “She liked adventures a lot”.
() "Her prodigious imagination of her made her believe she was a Princess Brave".
() "Her heart shone like gold and at every step she did someone a favor."
Question 2 - In the passage "Is it over there I saw difficulties to be resolved and injustices to be corrected on all sides.”, the highlighted term:
( ) takes the rabbit back.
( ) presents the bunny.
( ) characterizes the bunny.
Question 3 - In the segment “Her friends of hers struggled to follow her, but she wouldn't stop running and screaming […]”, the underlined fact:
( ) completes another.
( ) adds to another.
( ) contrasts with another.
Question 4 - In “—Hold on, little wolf, I'm about to set you free! For Justice and Freedom!”, the dash indicates the beginning of the speech:
( ) of the bunny.
( ) from the mother wolf.
( ) from one of the bunny's friends.
Question 5 - Read back:
"When mother wolf realized that the heroine wanted to take her cub, she got angry."
In other words, the mother wolf was:
( ) irritated with the bunny's attitude.
( ) relieved by the bunny's attitude.
( ) depressed by the bunny's attitude.
Question 6 – Identify the question asked by the storyteller:
( ) "Are you saying he's just calling your mommy?"
() “Do you not by any chance realize that he was kidnapped by the Dragon of the Woods, who is going to eat him […]?”
() "How long would her friends be able to protect her from her own dream?"
Question 7 – In the excerpt “I'm glad the bunny's friends arrived on time and informed her of her friend's delusions.”, the narrator reveals:
( ) the beginning of the story.
( ) the climax of the story.
( ) the outcome of the story.
Per Denyse Lage Fonseca
Graduated in Languages and specialist in distance education.report this ad