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 Essay about Story Prepare

De La Salle Lipa

College of Education, Arts and Savoir

Office in the National Service Training Program

ACCOUNT PLAN

My spouse and i. INTRODUCTION

One of Aesop's famous fables, " The Ould like and the Dove” tells a story about two friends that help one another when you need. An Ould like went to your bank of a lake to out its being thirsty, and being carried away by the rush of the stream, was on the stage of drowning. A Ove sitting on a tree effecting the water plucked a leaf and let it fall into the stream near to her. The Ant climbed onto it and floated in safety to the traditional bank. Shortly afterwards a fowl catcher arrived and stood under the tree, and put his lime-twigs for the Dove, which in turn sat in the branches. The Ant, perceiving his design, stung him in the feet. In pain the bird catcher plonked down the twigs, and the noise made the Dove take to the air. The story teaches us a morale lessons " Great turn deserves another”.

2. OBJECTIVES

1 ) INSIGHT AIMS

•To make the scholar's understood the storyplot.

•To teach student's a morale lesson.

2 . ABILITIES OBJECTIVES

•To enhance student's reading abilities.

•To gain more vocabulary knowledge.

3. SUBJECT MATTER

The storyline " The Ant plus the Dove” educates us a morale lessons " Great turn warrants another” -- If someone does something to help you, you must do something to assist him / her the moment possible.

IV. MATERIALS

•video of the story " The Ant and The Dove”

•reading elements

•pictures of " the unfamiliar words”

V. METHOD

1 . AREA CODE DIFFICULTIES

(List of not familiar words, give their meaning/ definition, work with pictures in the event necessary)

Ant - a type of small pest, related to bees, wasps and so on, thought of as hard-working. Dove -- wild and domesticated parrots.

Stream - A stream of water in Tiny River.

Thirst - the need to drink.

Stung - To pierce or wound shateringly

2 . SCHIZZO PREAPARTION

we. MOTIVATION

Present the fable story genre

Introduce the personas in the story...

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