Language Learning activity<br />
Intro.<br />Students will identify the story elements- the title, characters and the morals.<br />Students will use contex...
Purposes:<br />Students will enhance listening skills during read aloud of the folk tale and make.<br />How to make predic...
Who Won? <br />
The Rabbit and the Turtle <br />Once upon a time there was a turtle and a rabbit.<br />One day a rabbit came at the turtle...
The turtle said :<br />“ I can’t run I’m too slow not like you” .<br />However the rabbit made the turtle agree. <br />The...
Rabbit ran fast and looked where’s the turtle. He thought “Turtle can’t run fast as I am…I can sleep a little and run agai...
The turtle reached to the end of the race before the rabbit.<br /> The rabbit awoke after the turtle passed the goal.  <br...
Discussion<br /><ul><li>Why the turtle won?
What do you think about this story?
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Language learning activity

  1. 1. Language Learning activity<br />
  2. 2. Intro.<br />Students will identify the story elements- the title, characters and the morals.<br />Students will use context clues to gain meaning of unfamiliar words. <br />Students will use adjectives to describe events and characters in a story. <br />Students will retell the events in the story in sequence.<br />This activity is for young students(1nd -2rd grade).<br />This activity is done in a ESL sitting.<br />
  3. 3. Purposes:<br />Students will enhance listening skills during read aloud of the folk tale and make.<br />How to make predictions about the story and what does the picture and the title tells/shows them.<br />Students will learn about a famous folk tale and its morals.<br />How does it incorporate? <br />I would incorporate the activity in the lesson after I discuss the most famous folk tales. Or after discussing their favorite stories.<br />I believe this activity would beneficial because…<br />They will be more encouraged to read more stories.<br />Being more interested.<br />They would share their thoughts and ideas about the story with each other.<br />Learning to collaborate.<br />
  4. 4. Who Won? <br />
  5. 5. The Rabbit and the Turtle <br />Once upon a time there was a turtle and a rabbit.<br />One day a rabbit came at the turtle and said, “Shall we run a race?” <br />
  6. 6. The turtle said :<br />“ I can’t run I’m too slow not like you” .<br />However the rabbit made the turtle agree. <br />The rabbit ran fast. <br />The turtle went as his usual walk.<br />
  7. 7. Rabbit ran fast and looked where’s the turtle. He thought “Turtle can’t run fast as I am…I can sleep a little and run again”.<br />The rabbit fell a sleep.<br /> The turtle didn’t stop his walk.<br />
  8. 8. The turtle reached to the end of the race before the rabbit.<br /> The rabbit awoke after the turtle passed the goal.  <br />And felt sad about his laziness.<br />The End<br />
  9. 9. Discussion<br /><ul><li>Why the turtle won?
  10. 10. What do you think about this story?
  11. 11. Do you want to be a turtle or a rabbit?</li></li></ul><li>Discussion<br />Is it fair that the turtle won? Why? <br />What did you get from this story?<br />
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