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This is applicable in teaching Noting Details....I did it a week ago. I delivered it in the class and the output is good.

This is applicable in teaching Noting Details....I did it a week ago. I delivered it in the class and the output is good.


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  • 1. Crossing a street without first looking right and left Swimming in a deep river Crossing a street without first looking right and left
  • 2. Mechanics •The class will silently read a story “The Fox in the Wheel”. •After reading, they will be grouped into two teams. •The leaders will do a “Jack N Poy” to determine if what group will spin first. •The leader will spin the wheel containing questions.
  • 3. • If any team member will responds to a question incorrectly, a member of the other team is given a chance to answer the question. As long as the member, responding correctly, he/she may continue to spin the wheel and answer more questions from the game board. • After all the questions on the board have been answered correctly, the team with highest scores win.
  • 4. Deal or No Deal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Next
  • 5. Where did the story happen? back 2 points
  • 6. Who fell into the well? back 2 points
  • 7. Why do you think the goat believed the fox? Explain. back 4 points
  • 8. Whom do you like most, the goat or the fox? Why? back 4 points
  • 9. How did the fox get out of the well? back 4 points
  • 10. Why did the goat decide to jump into the well? back 4 points
  • 11. If you were the fox, would you do the same? (cheating the goat) Why? back 4 points
  • 12. If you were the goat, would you do the same? (always follow the fox’ idea) Why? back 4 points
  • 13. When you read a selection, look for important and specific details. These details give complete picture of the story.
  • 14. Elements of the Story •Plot- the sequence of events that take place in the story •Setting-the time and place in which the events of a story take places •Characters-
  • 15. Elements of the Story •Plot- the sequence of events that take place in the story •Setting-the time and place in which the events of a story take places •Characters-
  • 16. Elements of the Story •Atmosphere-the general mood or feeling of a story •Point of View-who is narrating the story •Conflict-the central problem that drives the action of the story.
  • 17. Activity 1 Fill up the Story Map with significant details of “The Fox in The Well” Story Map Title: ________________________ Characters: Main: ___________________________ Secondary:_______________________ Setting: Place: ______________________________ Time: ______________________________ Conflict/Problem:_______________________________ Goal: _____________________________________ Events: 1. _________________________ 2. _________________________ 3. _________________________
  • 18. Direction: Read the “The Tame Bird and the Free Bird” . After reading ,fill up the SWBS Chart meet the details in the story “The Tame Bird and the Free Bird” SWBS: The Plot Chart Title: _____________________ Somebody S- Wanted W- But B- So S- ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ S – characters W – Wants of the characters B – challenges to the characters S – how the problem was solve
  • 19. Setting Plot Place:___________ Time:___________ Characters:_________ Situation:___________ Problem/Conflict:______ Turning Point:________ Conclusion:__________ Theme:___________ Evaluation Fill up the following story map with significant details of the dialogue Golden Keys.
  • 20. BOKYA You Lose Your Turn! back