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THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON

BY: JOHANN D.WYSS


RETOLD BY: MARTIN POWELL
CHAPTER 1

MEMBERS-
WAN NURIN DAMIA
S U BT I T L E G O EBT.
S HMOHD
ERE HANY
DURRANI FATIHIN BT. RIDUWAN
AMIRAH HUSNA BT. AMARMUAZAM USMANI
PUTERI ANIS HANNANI BT. MEGAT EZARAMIR
MARYAM HANNAH BT. AHMAD NAIDI
MAIN CHARACTERS
F r i t z Ro b i n s o n J a c k Ro b i n s o n

-Oldest child -Third of the


-Courageous Robinson children
-Responsible -Contributes to the
-Helps his father family by helping
-Does difficult Mrs. Robinson with
tasks housework
M rs. Ro b i n s o n

-Brave
-Hardworking
-Intelligent
-Does
housework

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MAIN CHARACTERS
M r. Ro b i n s o n

-Head of the
family
-Resourceful
-Intelligent
-Main reason of
F ra n c i s Ro b i n s o n the family’s survival
E r n e s t Ro b i n s o n

-Also known as -Second child


Franz in the book -Has a great interest
-Youngest of the in natural history
Robinson family -Is able to identify
-Enjoys life on the plants and animals
island very much with their uses

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In the early 19th century, the
Robinson family left their home in
Switzerland to settle in Australia.
Soon after they set sail, a devastating
storm tossed their ship for six days
and nights. All other passengers had
abandoned the ship into the lifeboats,
leaving the family to their doomed
fate. However, the resourceful family
CHAPTER 1- managed to escape on a raft of planks
and hollow barrels from the ship.
SHIPWRECKED!
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The Robinson family washed ashore
on a beautiful island. Fritz, Ernest
and Mr. Robinson explored the jungle
while Jack, Franz and Mrs. Robinson
stayed on the beach and cooked food.
That night, they feasted on fish and
coconut milk. The next morning, Mr.
Robinson, Fritz and Ernest repaired
their raft and explored the shipwreck.
They find the ship’s mascots, Turk
and Juno, and livestock in the cargo
hold. Mr. Robinson explodes the ship
and brings the livestock out using old
barrels.
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Suddenly, sharks attacked their boat. Ernest
fell overboard into the ocean. Mr. Robinson
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was about to shoot when they saw Ernest
cling onto a huge loggerhead sea turtle. He
made it safely to shore while the turtle laid her
eggs in the sand. Mrs. Robinson suddenly
pointed and shouted loudly. One of the sheep
had disappeared without a trace.

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The mystery of the vanished sheep
continued to puzzle Mr. Robinson.
However, he kept the rest of the family
busy so they wouldn’t worry. They
made pens for the animals, and a tent
to stay the night. Mr. Robinson
decided to search for a new home, as
soon as possible. The island they
inhabited no longer felt safe.

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MORAL VALUE
We have to
work together
as a family to
make sure we
survive

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THANK YOU
CONTINUATION IN CHAPTER 2