Literature Year 5 -The Elves and Shoemaker

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This story is about a shoemaker, his wife and two elves. The shoemaker was very poor. He could not buy leather to make shoes. One morning, he went to his shop. He found a pair of ready made shoes. He …

This story is about a shoemaker, his wife and two elves. The shoemaker was very poor. He could not buy leather to make shoes. One morning, he went to his shop. He found a pair of ready made shoes. He sold the shoes. He bought more leather. Every morning, he found pairs of ready made shoes. He sold the shoes. Soon, the shoemaker had lots of gold. The shoemaker and his wife wanted to know who made the shoes.

They found out that two elves made the beautiful shoes at night. In the morning, the elves would leave. The shoemaker and his wife made clothes for the elves. They were very thankful to the elves. The elves were very happy. They put on their new clothes and danced. Then, the elves went away. They never came back.

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  • 1. KURSUS SASTERA KONTEMPORARI KANAK-KANAK TAHUN 5 SK & SJK 2005 Pusat Perkembangan Kurikulum Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia
  • 2. OBJECTIVES OF THIS MODULE : To exploit the text in order to teach specific language contents such as sound system, grammar and vocabulary To help teachers use the book effectively in the classroom To instil the reading habit among pupils in a ‘fun’ environment To help teachers assess pupils’ oral skills
  • 3. Some skills in the Year 5 SJK curriculum specifications related to the teaching of this story:
    • LISTENING
    • 1.1.3 Listen to and group words according to the same sounds.
    • 1.2.1 Listen to and repeat the pronunciation of compound words.
    • 1.3.3 Listen to and understand compound words.
    • 1.7.2 Listen to and answer simple questions relating to the people and
    • animals in the story, and what they did
    • SPEAKING
    • 2.1.2 Pronounce compound words correctly.
    • 2.3.1 Respond to simple questions.
    • 2.5.2 Talk about the actions of the people and animals in a story heard
    • or read.
    • 2.5.4 Take part in teacher-guided discussions on characters and story
    • line.
  • 4. Some skills in the Year 5 SJK curriculum specifications related to the teaching of this story:
    • READING
    • 3.1.3 Read aloud compound words with the correct stress.
    • 3.2.1 Recognise simple compound words.
    • 3.4.3 Read aloud simple poems and stories expressively and fluently.
    • 3.6.5 Combine words to form compound words.
    • 3.7.2 Read and give details about the people and animals in the story.
    • 3.7.3 Talk about values.
    • WRITING
    • 4.2.2 Write words and phrases in clear and legible print.
    • 4.2.3 Write sentences in clear and legible print.
    • 4.7.1 Use capital letters.
    • 4.7.2 Use full stop at the end of a sentence.
    • 4.8.1 Write for a purpose.
  • 5. This module has 2 sections:
    • Section 1
    • Brief Overview and
    • Contents of the Book
    • Section 2
    • Teaching-Learning Strategies and
    • Sample Activities
  • 6. BRIEF OVERVIEW AND CONTENTS OF THE BOOK This story is about a shoemaker, his wife and two elves. The shoemaker was very poor. He could not buy leather to make shoes. One morning, he went to his shop. He found a pair of ready made shoes. He sold the shoes. He bought more leather. Every morning, he found pairs of ready made shoes. He sold the shoes. Soon, the shoemaker had lots of gold. The shoemaker and his wife wanted to know who made the shoes. They found out that two elves made the beautiful shoes at night. In the morning, the elves would leave. The shoemaker and his wife made clothes for the elves. They were very thankful to the elves. The elves were very happy. They put on their new clothes and danced. Then, the elves went away. They never came back. SYNOPSIS
  • 7. CHARACTERS
    • Shoemaker
    • poor
    • thankful
    • humble
    • Shoemaker’s wife
    • poor
    • thankful
    • kind
    • Elves
    • hardworking
    • helpful
    BRIEF OVERVIEW AND CONTENTS OF THE BOOK
  • 8. SEQUENCE OF EVENTS A poor shoemaker and his wife. He had no money to buy leather to make shoes. He went home feeling sad. The next day, he found a pair of shoes in his shop. He sold the shoes to a man who paid him gold. He bought leather to make more shoes. He cut the leather and went home. The next day, he found more shoes in his shop. This went on day after day. One day, they decided to find out who was helping them. That night, they hid under the table. They saw two very little men. Elves! They decided to thank the elves. The next day, they made some clothes. That night, the elves were very happy. They put on their new clothes. They laughed, jumped, danced and ran off into the night. BRIEF OVERVIEW AND CONTENTS OF THE BOOK
  • 9.
    • MESSAGE
    • This story is about being:
    • hopeful – do not give up hope easily
    • thankful – received help
    • supportive – comforting a person who
    • is not happy
    • appreciative – help that was given
    • grateful – for what one has
    MORAL VALUES Be thankful and grateful RELATING TO ONESELF This story tells us not to give up hope when we are in difficulty. We must try hard to make things better. We must be thankful for all the help we received from others. We must also try to help others if they need it. BRIEF OVERVIEW AND CONTENTS OF THE BOOK
  • 10. PRE-READING
    • Pre-reading activities are carried out before pupils start reading the book. They are to:
    • introduce the story
    • create interest among the pupils
    • create awareness of the book – the author,
    • illustrator, editor, publisher, series etc.
    • predict story line based on the given
    • synopsis
    TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES
  • 11. PRE-READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES A. Look at these 4 book covers. Match them to the correct titles. Talk to your teacher about your answers. Book 1 Book 2 Book 3 Book 4 The Frog Prince The Tug Of War The Pied Piper The Elves and The Shoemaker
  • 12. PRE-READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES B. Look at the book cover. Let’s try these questions together. The title of the story is _______________ . A shoemaker is a person who_______________ . The name of this series is _______________ . Who do you think elves are? _____________________________ . Who drew the pictures in this book? ______________ . What do you think ‘Retold by’ means? ___________________________________ . 1 2 3 4 5 6
  • 13.
    • Do you know this story? What is it about?
    • If you don’t know this story, what do you think it is about?
    • Do you think this story happened in Malaysia?
    • Do you think this story happened now or a long time ago?
    • What do you think a ‘shoemaker’ is called today?
    • Have you seen a cobbler before?
    • If you have, where did you see the cobbler?
    PRE-READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES C. Let’s discuss the story.
  • 14. PRE-READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES D. Now, look at the back cover. Let’s try these questions together. Which two lines tells you a little bit about the story? _________________________________________________________________ . 1 What are the other titles found in this series? _______________________________ . _______________________________ . _______________________________ . 2 What is this? _________________________________ . 3 What is this? _________________________________ . 4
  • 15. WHILE READING
    • While reading activities are important to help pupils understand the book. They are to:
    • help them understand the storyline
    • identify the characters and their characteristics
    • talk about the events in the story
    • talk about the setting of the story
    • learn about language content such as sound system,
    • grammar and vocabulary in context
    • understand the values in the story
    • understand the theme/message of the story
    TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES
  • 16. WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES A. Who said what? Match the characters to what they said. Something good will come. What am I going to do? I would like to buy the red shoes. I would like to buy the black shoes.
  • 17. WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES B. Rearrange these 15 sentences to tell the story.
    • The shoes were very well made. ( )
    • Once again, he found a pair of red shoes on his workbench. ( )
    • An old man bought the pair of black shoes. ( )
    • They decided to thank the little men by making them some clothes. ( )
    • Once upon a time, there lived a poor shoemaker and his wife. ( )
    • The little men were very happy. ( )
    • He was so poor that he could not afford to buy leather to make
    • shoes to sell. ( )
    • A lady bought the pair of red shoes. ( )
    • One day, he was surprised to see a pair of black shoes on his workbench. ( )
    • They put on the clothes and ran off happily. ( )
    • So, every evening the shoemaker would leave pieces of leather on his
    • workbench. The next morning, there would be pairs of shoes there. ( )
    • The shoemaker became rich. ( )
    • With the money, the poor shoemaker bought more leather. ( )
    • The shoemaker and his wife found out that two very little men had been
    • making the shoes. ( )
    • He decided to find out who had been helping him make the shoes. ( )
  • 18.
    • 1. The shoemaker ( ) had no gold to buy more leather so
    • the shoemaker ( )closed his shop and went home. (pg. 2)
    • 2. His wife ( ) put her arm in his arm. (pg. 3)
    • 3. An old man ( )bought the pair of black shoes. (pg. 7)
    • 4. A woman ( ) bought the pair of red shoes. (pg.10)
    • 5. When the elves ( ) saw the new clothes, the elves ( ) were very happy. (pg. 15)
    WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES C. Replace the underlined words with the correct personal pronouns.
  • 19. WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES D. Say these words aloud. Then, group them correctly. Add more words to each group. shoe there shop she they then
    • ___________
    • ___________
    • 3. ___________
    • 4. ___________
    • 5. ___________
    sh
    • ___________
    • ___________
    • 3. ___________
    • 4. ___________
    • 5. ___________
    th
  • 20. WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES E. Answer ‘True’ or ‘False’.
    • The shoemaker was a poor man. __________
    • 2. His wife was angry that he has no money. __________
    • 3. The shoemaker and his wife had two children. __________
    • 4. One day, he found a pair of new black shoes in his shop. __________
    • 5. He sold the pair of black shoes to a young man. ___________
    • 6. The shoemaker and his wife hid under the table to find out who had been
    • helping them. __________
    • 7. The little men were naughty. __________
    • 8. The shoemaker and his wife made the little men some clothes. __________
    • 9. The shoemaker and his wife wanted to catch the little men. __________
    • 10. The little men had made the shoemaker a rich man. __________
  • 21. WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES F. Complete the table. Choose 5 words to make 5 sentences.
    • ______________________________
    • ______________________________
    • ______________________________
    • ______________________________
    • ______________________________
    • ______________________________
    • ______________________________
    • ______________________________
    • ______________________________
    • _____________________________
    shoes 14. elves 13. table 12. pot 11. woman 10. man 9. toes 8. heels 7. door 6. day 5. arm 4. wife 3. shop 2. gold 1. PLURAL SINGULAR NO
  • 22. WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES G. Look at these pairs of sentences. From the story, see how they have become 1 sentence. 1a. Once upon a time, there was a shoemaker. 1b. He has no leather to make his shoes. Once upon a time, there was a shoemaker who had no leather to make shoes . 2a. He had no gold to buy more leather. 2b. He closed his shop and went home. ____________________________________________ 3a. The shoemaker opened the door. 3b. The shoemaker stopped. ____________________________________________ 4a. He went back to his shop. 4b. He cut out some more shoes. ____________________________________________ 5a. The next day, the shoemaker went to the shop. 5b. The next day, his wife went to the shop. ____________________________________________
  • 23. WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES 6a. The next day, he went back to the shop. 6b. The shoes were made. ____________________________________________ 7a. Now I have a big pot of gold and lots of shoes. 7b. I want to find out who is making the shoes for me. ____________________________________________ 8a. They put them on the table. 8b. They went home. ____________________________________________ 9a. They put on the clothes. 9b. They laughed. 9c. They jumped. 9d. They danced about. ____________________________________________ 10a. Then they ran off into the night. 10b. They never came back. ____________________________________________
  • 24.
    • More while reading activities :
    • Talk about the characters in the story.
    • Start the story from different entry points.
    • Answer comprehension questions.
    • Answer multiple choice questions.
    • Rebus writing.
    • Dramatization / Role play.
    • Share a favourite part of the story.
    • Predicting outcomes.
    • Story map / Time Line.
    • Retell the story.
    • Talk about a favourite character.
    WHILE READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES
  • 25. POST READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES
    • Post reading activities are carried out after pupils have read the whole book. They are to:
    • explore beyond the text by using the text as a basis
    • develop their critical and creative thinking skills
    • develop their communicative skills when they
    • are engaged in dramatisation activities
    • develop their writing skills
  • 26. POST READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES A. Look at this scene. Write a short dialogue between the lady and the shoemaker.
  • 27. POST READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES B. Here is another scene. What do you think the lady is thinking about? ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________
  • 28. POST READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES C. Match these words to form compound words. Then, label the pictures. The word ‘shoemaker’ is a compound word. A compound word is made up of 2 different words. e.g. shoe + maker = shoemaker shoe rain butter book grand pillow sun tooth bath sand worm tub maker shine bow castle mother fly brush case + 1. _____________________________ 2. _____________________________ 3. _____________________________ 4. _____________________________ 5. _____________________________ 6. _____________________________ 7. _____________________________ 8. _____________________________ 9. _____________________________ 10. _____________________________
  • 29. POST READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES
  • 30. POST READING TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES D. Imagine that you are the shoemaker. Would you have made clothes for the elves? If yes, why? If no, why? What would you have done instead? E. Imagine that you are one of the elves. Explain why you helped the shoemaker.
    • Prepare a comic strip of the story.
  • 31. TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES
    • ENRICHMENT
    • Enrichment activities help pupils to:
    • explore beyond the text
    • develop their critical and creative
    • thinking skills
    • relate the story to their own lives
  • 32. ENRICHMENT TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES A. Who wears what? Match the shoes to their owners.
  • 33. ENRICHMENT B. Look at these pictures. What did they use to buy things? TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES
    • Do people still use gold to buy things today?
    • _____________________________________________
    • 2. Do you know what other things were used as money ?
    • ____________________________________________
  • 34. ENRICHMENT TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES C. What do you use to buy things? Look at your notes. Look at your coins. What can you see on them? Complete this table. RM100 note RM50 note RM10 note RM5 note RM2 note RM1 note RM1 coin 50 sen coin 20 sen coin 10 sen coin 5 sen coin 1 sen coin BACK FRONT NOTES & COINS
  • 35. ENRICHMENT TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES D. Read the poem below.
  • 36. ENRICHMENT TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES E. Design your very own pair of shoes.
  • 37.
    • 1. My shoes are designed for __________ .
    • 2. My shoes are made of __________________________________ .
    • 3. My shoes are special because ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ .
    ENRICHMENT TEACHING-LEARNING STRATEGIES F. Talk about your design. Use these questions to help you.
  • 38. References :
    • Huraian Sukatan Pelajaran Bahasa Inggeris Tahun 5 SJK.
    • Kementerian Pelajaran Malaysia. 2003.
    • Test Your Vocabulary 4. Peter Watcyn-Jones. Penguin.
    • Early Learner’s Giant Book Of Brain Teasers. Kathleen
    • Christopher Null. Early Learner Publications Sdn. Bhd. 2005.
    • A Yellow Poetry Paintbox. John Foster. Oxford University Press. 1994.
  • 39. THAT'S ALL! Thank you.