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Chicken Run Scrapbook! Kiera Walder, 7F. Part 1! Habit of mind: Thinking interdependently. Being able to think interdependently is when you are able to.

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1 Chicken Run Scrapbook! Kiera Walder, 7F

2 Part 1! Habit of mind: Thinking interdependently. Being able to think interdependently is when you are able to work as a group and learn from others in different situations, and this habit of mind is shown numerous times throughout ‘Chicken Run’. One example of this is how even when all of their escape attempts kept failing, they listened to everyone’s opinions and suggestions and worked together as a team until they succeeded. Another great example of thinking interdependently is the chickens’ cooperation, and the different ways that the movie shows us how teamwork is vital for a leader if they want to succeed. For example, when they were building the plane, they had to persevere and work together until they reached their freedom, which is a perfect example of being able to work in a group situation.

3 PART 2! My point of view: “The fences in this place are inside your head.” When the chickens’ leader, Ginger, says “the fences in this place are inside your head,” I believe that she is referring to the fact that it wasn’t the physical barriers stopping them from reaching freedom, but the mental ones. In other words, they’re not just trapped by the fences in Mr and Mrs Tweedy’s farm, but by their lack of ambition. The chickens weren’t open to new ideas and suggestions because they thought that they had no hope of escaping, when in reality they could do anything they set their minds to. All they needed was to stay persistent and optimistic, while working together until they reached freedom. Ginger’s optimism, determination and devotion gave the chickens hope, even in the face of steep odds. Even though they thought that there was no chance of escaping, Ginger showed them that anything was possible, as long as you stay positive and put your mind to it. “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.” All through the movie, the chickens had to work together to reach their common goal – freedom. Just when they lost hope and were about to give up, Rocky came. Ginger and the chickens banded together when Rocky came, as he game them hope. They thought he was going to lead them to freedom by teaching them to fly, so they broke down the fences in their heads, stayed positive and persevered to reach freedom. Ginger’s strong perseverance and dedication is no doubt the reason why the chickens were able to successfully escape the farm, as she brought them together and got them to work as a team. If it weren’t for her leadership, her fellow chickens wouldn’t have had the motivation to escape. In conclusion, I believe that the message that Ginger’s quote is sending is that sometimes you need to stop thinking of all of the ways that things could go wrong, and start thinking of the ways they could go right. In ‘Chicken Run’, Ginger shows us how you can do anything, as long as you set your mind to it and are willing to follow through. Bunty: “Face it ducks; the chances of us escaping from here are a million to one.” Ginger: “Then there's still a chance.

4 Part 3! Built the plane ! The chickens make a plane to escape Rocky comes! Rocky comes to the farm and brings them together while teaching the chickens how to fly. Most important Mrs Tweedy’s chicken pie machine! Mrs Tweedy was not happy with the amount of money she is making so she brought in a machine that turns the chickens into pies Least important Planning to escape! When the Chickens put their plans in action to try escape from the farm!

5 Part 4! Ginger’s dream is to fly over the fence so that she can escape Mr and Mrs Tweedy’s farm and be free.  Rocky  Fowler  Babs  Nick and Fletcher  The other chickens Determined, clever, devoted A leader, strong- willed, optimistic, dedicated. Ginger and the chickens built a plane. Figuring out different escape plans.  Her attempts at escaping the farm keep failing.  She’s trapped inside the farm. Escaping the farm Meetin g Rocky

6 Part 5! FREEDOM Item 1. Spoon - At the start of the movie, Ginger was using a spoon while trying to dig her way out of the farm. I chose to include this because I think it is a great example of the chickens putting their escape plans into action, and how they would try anything to finally reach freedom. Item 2. Cape-. The reason I chose a cape is because Rocky was wearing one as he flew into the farm. Ginger and the chickens banded together when Rocky came, as they thought he was going to lead them to freedom by teaching them to fly. Item 3. Aeroplane - At the very end of the movie, the chickens built a plane. The reason I chose this item is because the plane is the thing that finally led them to freedom. Item 4. Catapult – I chose a catapult because it was one of the many examples of the chickens finding new ways that they could potentially escape the farm. It was the first time that they had considered going over the fence instead of under. Item 5. Wings. The reason I chose wings is because it reminded me of when they were learning to fly. They kept and open mind and were open to learn how, thinking that it was their ticket to freedom.

7 Part 6! I organised my work into a scrapbook or separate section in my notes yes I used headings and subheadings to organise my information alwaysmostly sometime s I had what I needed in class alwaysmostly sometime s I used my lotus diagram to help me complete my work yes no The number of tasks I completed 53-4< 3 The length of my Point of view is >½ a page½ page<½ page The number of paragraphs in my writing piece is >43-4<3 My story pyramid follows the plan of the movietotallymostlysometimes The space in my Ginger character web filled with information Completely filled About ½ filled < half filled The topic for my collection of items is includedYES The number of items in my collection is53-4>3 The number of items that have a caption saying what they are53-4>3 The number of items that have a caption saying where they came from 53-4>3 The number of items that have a caption that explain why I chose it and what it tells us about the film 53-4>3 SUB TOTAL 14 x3= 3242 Things I did to set out my work like a scrapbook 2 Extra things I did in this assignment2 Two things I did really well in this assignment were4 One thing I would improve if I was doing this project again is 2 Something my teacher could do to help me improve my work is 2 This sheet is stuck into my work1 Reflection


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