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Folk Tales

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Module 1, Unit 2 from "Challenges" …

Module 1, Unit 2 from "Challenges"
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  1. Folk Tales<br />Instructor: Tahani Al-Hamami<br />
  2. What we will Learn for Today?<br />What are Folk Tales?<br />Reading about a Folk Tale<br />Word Builder: Adjectives & Prepositions <br />Sentence Builder: the (-ing) pattern<br />Let’s Speak Out!<br />
  3. What are Folk Tales?<br />Stories originated in popular culture, usually passed on by word of mouth.<br />
  4. Reading about a Folk Tale<br />
  5. Quote <br />“If you don’t ask a sensible question, then you won’t get a sensible answer!”<br />_ Juhha<br />
  6. Word Builder: Adjectives & Prepositions <br />Curious<br />Worried<br />Famous<br />Pleased<br />Interested<br />Afraid <br />
  7. Sentence Builder: the (-ing) pattern<br />The governor ordered the servant.<br />He was standing by the door.<br />The governor ordered a servant standing by the door.<br />
  8. Let’s Speak Out!<br />Tell us about a folk tale character from your country?<br />What is the moral (message) behind these kinds of stories?<br />Is literature still important in your country?<br />Is there still an oral tradition?<br />
  9. Thank You!<br />

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