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Retelling of of rumpelstiltskin

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This document contains the retelling of a fairy tale and some tips on how to lead a class on the subject.

This document contains the retelling of a fairy tale and some tips on how to lead a class on the subject.

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  • 1. Activity: Retelling of a fairy tale Level: 4º E.P. Student: Mercedes Martin Panero Skills: Listening, Reading and Speaking Teacher: María Clarines Bando Subject: Tecnologías de la Información Aplicadas al Aprendizaje de la Lengua Inglesa. Degree: Grado en Educación Primaria College: UNIR, La Rioja Students will listen and read a fairy tale, and the teacher will help Software: Word them think about it by reading and suggesting questions. Retelling of the fairy tale of Rumpelstiltskin, compiled by Grimm brothers: Here I present a retelling of the classic Grimm’s fairy tale. This wonder tale recounts the story of the beautiful daughter of a poor miller. O nce upon a time, there was a Miller who was very proud of her beautiful daughter. The miller, in order to make himself appear important in front of the king, in an act of weakness, boasts that his daughter could spin straw into gold. The kings required the miller to give him his beautiful daughter.
  • 2. Activity: Retelling of a fairy tale Level: 4º E.P. Student: Mercedes Martin Panero Skills: Listening, Reading and Speaking Teacher: María Clarines Bando Subject: Tecnologías de la Información Aplicadas al Aprendizaje de la Lengua Inglesa. Degree: Grado en Educación Primaria College: UNIR, La Rioja Students will listen and read a fairy tale, and the teacher will help Software: Word them think about it by reading and suggesting questions. The king lacked the girl in a tower full of straw. Inside the tower there was also a wheel, and the young girl was threatened with death if she hadn’t completely the difficult task the next morning. Lonely and helpless, the girl feels miserable and cries, until, suddenly, a magic dwarfish man comes to help the girl. They make an agreement: She should give him a precious gift in exchange.  First day: She gives him a necklace in exchange. So the strange man started whirr, whirrs, and whirr three times until the room was full of golden thread.  Second day: Although the greedy king was delighted he locked the girl into a larger room full of straw and threatened unfortunate girl again. Powerless, and feeling incapable for accomplishing king’s commands, the girl cries until
  • 3. Activity: Retelling of a fairy tale Level: 4º E.P. Student: Mercedes Martin Panero Skills: Listening, Reading and Speaking Teacher: María Clarines Bando Subject: Tecnologías de la Información Aplicadas al Aprendizaje de la Lengua Inglesa. Degree: Grado en Educación Primaria College: UNIR, La Rioja Students will listen and read a fairy tale, and the teacher will help Software: Word them think about it by reading and suggesting questions. the dwarf magically offers her a new deal; she would give him a ring in exchange for spinning the straw into glittering gold.  Third day: Disappointingly it wasn’t enough for the demanding king, who holds poor girl one night more for her to turn the straw into finest gold thread. And the king promises to marry the girl next morning, if she success on her duty. Nevertheless third time the girl had nothing to give in exchange to the magic man. Unexpectedly, the dwarf asks the girl the firstborn baby she would have when she became a queen. Innocent girl agreed, he turned the straw into gold and she became a queen. When after a year, the dwarf appeared again to take away the baby, she cried helpless and little man
  • 4. Activity: Retelling of a fairy tale Level: 4º E.P. Student: Mercedes Martin Panero Skills: Listening, Reading and Speaking Teacher: María Clarines Bando Subject: Tecnologías de la Información Aplicadas al Aprendizaje de la Lengua Inglesa. Degree: Grado en Educación Primaria College: UNIR, La Rioja Students will listen and read a fairy tale, and the teacher will help Software: Word them think about it by reading and suggesting questions. gave her a chance: She would have tree days to make a guess on his name.  On first day: She inquired on the subject, but she failed the name.  On second day: She tried hard, but she failed the name once again.  On the third day: Desperately, the queen cunningly spies the dwarf at his house in the forest, and saw little man happily jumping and signing for having won the queen’s baby: Ja,ja,ja Queen’s baby is mine, because nobody would ever know that Rumpelstinskin is my name!
  • 5. Activity: Retelling of a fairy tale Level: 4º E.P. Student: Mercedes Martin Panero Skills: Listening, Reading and Speaking Teacher: María Clarines Bando Subject: Tecnologías de la Información Aplicadas al Aprendizaje de la Lengua Inglesa. Degree: Grado en Educación Primaria College: UNIR, La Rioja Students will listen and read a fairy tale, and the teacher will help Software: Word them think about it by reading and suggesting questions. When she guessed the right name, the anger dwarf plunged his right foot deep into the earth. Then his whole leg went in deep inside, and when in range, he tried to pull at his left so hard with both hands that he tore himself in two parts. And she lived happily ever after. [Classic Fairy Tales,(n.d). http://www.eastoftheweb.com/shortstories/UBooks/Rum.shtml] [Rumpelstiltskin, bed time stories http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrjDUcEWQ5U ] Those are some suggestions on how we could lead the communicative interaction in class. Main goal is to make the tale meaningful for children. They will listen and read the story. And then they will be asked about it, and we all will try to understand the meaning by talking about it: Number three structures the whole story; it could be understood as a symbol of children struggle to overcame difficulties. Number tree would help us organize the retelling, and would help children understand. The Miller might symbolize certain cynicism children do appreciate in adult’s behavior; he says his daughter is able to do difficult things for a girl. The miller is a good although weak father, who recklessly exposes her daughter to enormous dangers, without doing anything, and therefore the girl feels miserable. The king might represent the feeling of frustration because adults don’t fulfill their promises some
  • 6. Activity: Retelling of a fairy tale Level: 4º E.P. Student: Mercedes Martin Panero Skills: Listening, Reading and Speaking Teacher: María Clarines Bando Subject: Tecnologías de la Información Aplicadas al Aprendizaje de la Lengua Inglesa. Degree: Grado en Educación Primaria College: UNIR, La Rioja Students will listen and read a fairy tale, and the teacher will help Software: Word them think about it by reading and suggesting questions.