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The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
The Lion and the Mouse
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  • http://www.aesopfables.com/cgi/aesop1.cgi?sel&TheDoveandtheAnt
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    • 1. AESOP’S FABLES
    • 2. Who is Aesop? What is a fable? Aesop was believed to be a slave and story teller who lived in Ancient Greece over 2500 years ago. A fable is a story that uses animals or supernatural beings to teach us a lesson or moral.
    • 3. A lion lay asleep in the forest, his great head resting on his paws. A timid little mouse came upon him unexpectedly, and in her fright and haste to get away, ran across the lion's nose. Woken from his nap, the lion laid his huge paw angrily on the tiny creature to kill her. "Spare me!" begged the poor mouse. "Please let me go and some day I will surely repay you." The lion was so amused at the idea of the little mouse being able to help the King of Beasts, that he lifted up his paw and let her go. Some weeks later, the lion was caught in a net. The hunters, who desired to carry the lion alive to their King, tied him to a tree while they went in search of a wagon to carry him. Just then the little mouse happened to pass by, and seeing the lion's sad plight, went up to him and soon gnawed away the ropes of the net, freeing the lion. "You have helped me and now I have returned the favor. Was I not right - even a mouse can help a lion!" said the little mouse. THE LION AND THE MOUSE
    • 4. moral of the story: Even little friends may prove to be great friends. THE LION AND THE MOUSE
    • 5. A lion lay asleep in the forest, his great head resting on his paws. A timid little mouse came upon him unexpectedly, and in her fright and haste to get away, ran across the lion's nose. Woken from his nap, the lion laid his huge paw angrily on the tiny creature to kill her. "Spare me!" begged the poor mouse. "Please let me go and some day I will surely repay you." The lion was so amused at the idea of the little mouse being able to help the King of Beasts, that he lifted up his paw and let her go. Some weeks later, the lion was caught in a net. The hunters, who desired to carry the lion alive to their King, tied him to a tree while they went in search of a wagon to carry him. Just then the little mouse happened to pass by, and seeing the lion's sad plight, went up to him and soon gnawed away the ropes of the net, freeing the lion. "You have helped me and now I have returned the favor. Was I not right - even a mouse can help a lion!" said the little mouse. VOCABULARY 1)timid 4) plight 2)haste 5) gnawed 3)wagon 6) to return the favor
    • 6. timid (adjective) To be shy, fearful, not confident
    • 7. haste (noun) - the act of moving in a hurry - moving in a fast speed
    • 8. wagon (noun) A four-wheeled cart that was originally drawn by animals to transport heavy loads.
    • 9. plight (noun) A situation that is especially sad, unfortunate, or difficult
    • 10. to gnaw(verb) To bite, chew at, or wear away with teeth
    • 11. to return the favor (idiom) To do something similar to someone who has done something to/for you to = usually bad for = usually good
    • 12. 1) How did the mouse wake up the lion? 2) What do the other animals call the lion? 3) Is the mouse male or female? 4) Why did the hunters tie the lion to the tree? 5) How did the mouse free the lion? 6) Why was the lion amused? 7) What does the moral of the story mean? REMEMBER UNDERSTAND Questions
    • 13. (optional) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1QXwIV9k6g&feature=related Short clip retelling the story.
    • 14. Group Activity Little friends may prove to be great friends. Directions: Get into groups of three. Complete the worksheet together and be ready to share your stories in class tomorrow. ANALYZE, APPLY, CREATE
    • 15. Name:_______________________ Date:_______________________ THE LION AND THE MOUSE List characteristics of the lion and the mouse: LION MOUSE What would happen if the lion and the mouse were switched in th is story? THE MOUSE AND THE LION In your groups, you will write a new fable. In this fable, the main characters will still be a mouse and a lion. You can change the ending and any part of the story, but you must make the lion return the favor to the mouse. If you create a new moral for your story, write it here: _____________________________________________________________ _____ 1) Draw a picture for your new story. 2) Use the back of this worksheet to write the new fable. 3) Your story must be at least 10 sentences. Sample answers: LION - MOUSE big - small mighty - weak ANALYZE differences between 2 characters Sample answers: Maybe the mouse would have been too scared to help the lion if the lion did not save the mouse first. EVALUATE Students discuss what would happen if the roles are reversed. Sample answers: New moral: Be kind to anyone. One day, there was a lion who was caged in a zoo… CREATE (after using all BT points) Final assessment comes the following day when they share their stories

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