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Manyara’s visit

 

 

 

We are busy with our Literacy Unit: Stories from other cultures. We have been reading the story of: Mufaro’s beautiful daughters. Guess what! Manyara visited us! All the way from Zimbabwe! You can see her in these pictures. She shared with us a lot of her life with Nyasha. We learnt a lot more about the story and how she feels to be Nyasha’s servant. We learnt from her how hard it is to be your sister’s servant. You know what? Manyara needs to bow down and go on her knees when she serves her sister some food. She also needs to curtsy! We asked her many questions, as we wanted to know so many things about her life and her family.  Manyara explained a few things that she would like to change: to be honest, to be a good person and not to be a two-face in the company of her dad! Wow, that’s a mouthful and we all have decided that we need to live our lives like Nyasha. Manyara also brought with her some fabrics, typical of Zimbabwe/Africa and some of her jewelry. We all agreed afterwards that we know now a lot more about the culture of Manyara. We are now ready to write the story from Manyara’s point of view, as we know now the ‘truth’!

 

 



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