The group answers the questions:
- What does waking up and morning toilet look like? What is so unusual?
(compare with waking up and morning toilet at the summer camp, etc.).
- “Why are the meals in the Academy unusual?” An additional question: How does Mr Blot prepare the meals? Dinner at the Academy and dinner at your home – compare.
- “Why are lessons in the Academy so unusual?” An additional question: What subjects do you learn at school, and what subjects does Mr Blot teach?
TASK 2 (after watching the second scene: “Blotography”).
Before the lesson, the teacher prepares blots on a sheet of paper. A representative of each group draws one page with a blot. Basing on the blotography lesson, the students are trying to find/imagine an animal that can be “hidden” in it.
Together the group make a short poem, not using the name of the animal, to make a riddle.
The group presents the blot and the written poem. The class must guess what animal it is about.