THE TRUMPET OF THE SWAN PDF
PDF | This paper will outline the ideation, background and development of the electronic artwork The Trumpet of the Swan (Donnachie. The Trumpet of the Swan. By E.B. White. Chapter One. Walking back to camp through the swamp, Sam wondered whether to tell his father what he had seen. The much-loved children's classic from the author of Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, available in eBook for the very first time! Like the rest of his family, Louis is.
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The Trumpet of the Swan by E. B. White, June , Scholastic edition, Paperback in English. About the author: Nat Reed has been a member of the teaching profession for more than 30 years. He is presently a full-time instructor at Trent University in the . The delightful classic by E. B. White, author of Charlotte's Web and Stuart Little, about overcoming obstacles and the joy of music. This edition features F.
The swans are worried when Sam Beaver, an year-old boy on a camping trip with his father, begins coming to the lake everyday to watch them; the cob believes that human boys are dangerous. One day while the pen steps away from her eggs to stretch her legs, a fox slips up behind her.
Sam chases the fox away, saving both the female and her eggs. After this incident, the swans begin to trust him. After the hatching of their cygnets , the cob proudly leads his brood to Sam to introduce them. The cygnets each chirp at Sam in greeting, except for the youngest who is named Louis and is unable to chirp but pulls Sam's shoelace instead.
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The adult swans gradually realize that Louis is mute. The adults grow increasingly concerned about Louis, worrying that he will not be able to find a mate if he cannot trumpet like all the other swans. Louis's father promises to find a way for him to communicate. At the end of summer, the swan family flies to the winter refuge, Red Rock Lakes in Montana.
Louis decides he should learn to read and write in order to communicate, and flies away from the refuge to visit Sam Beaver. Sam takes his swan friend to school with him the next morning.
Louis turns out to be a natural at reading and writing, and Sam buys him a portable blackboard and chalk so he can communicate.
Unfortunately, because the other swans cannot read, Louis is still lonely.
The Trumpet of the Swan
When Louis returns to the Red Rock Lakes, he falls in love with a young swan, Serena, but cannot attract her attention. Louis's father is aware that trumpeter swans are named after the human musical instrument and becomes determined to acquire a trumpet as a substitute "voice" for Louis.
The cob crashes through the window of a music store in Billings, Montana and steals a brass trumpet on a cord. By the time Louis learns to effectively play the trumpet, Serena has migrated north. Instead of accompanying his family north where he might have to face Serena again, Louis visits Sam on his ranch and explains that he feels guilty about the stolen trumpet.
Sam suggests that Louis should get a job so he can pay the store for the trumpet and the damaged window.
He helps Louis find a position as camp bugler at Camp Kookooskoos, the boys' camp Sam attends. Louis convinces Sam to split one of his webbed feet with a razor blade, making "fingers" so that he can play more notes.
Over the course of the summer, Louis plays taps , reveille , and mess call, and composes a love song for Serena. He also receives a Lifesaving Medal for rescuing a drowning camper. Louis teaches himself to play a stolen trumpet to earn money and to attract the attention of Serena, a beautiful young swan. Serena and Louis fall in love and with Sam's help, they leave the zoo, settle the debt for the trumpet, and return to freedom in the wilderness.
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Trade Book Lesson. Reading Strategy Use the reading strategy of retelling to read and follow text.
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Comprehension Distinguish between reality and fantasy in the telling of a story. Grammar and Mechanics Identify past, present, and future tense. Word Work Define words from context and by using a dictionary.
Think, Collaborate, Discuss Promote higher-order thinking for small groups or whole class. Subscribe You may unsubscribe at any time. Member Login Username. Password Forgot password?Instead of accompanying his family north where he might have to face Serena again, Louis visits Sam on his ranch and explains that he feels guilty about the stolen trumpet.
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