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The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Once upon a time, in a beautiful village near lush rolling hills, there was a boy who
watched over the village’s sheep. Being alone up in the hills was very boring. To liven
up his day, the boy thought it would be fun to scare the villagers and scream, “Wolf,
wolf!” The villagers grabbed whatever they could, and ran up the hill to scare off the
wolf
When they reached the top, they realized they had been tricked by the mischievous
boy. He laughed and laughed until the villagers angrily walked back down the hill. Even
the sheep were not amused. The boy continued to call wolf, and the villagers warned
him that the next time they would no longer believe him. The boy shrugged off the
warning and laid down for a nap.
One lazy afternoon, the boy heard a terrible sound. Before he could even prepare
himself, a wolf appeared right before him, and was chasing all the village’s sheep! The
boy screamed, “Wolf, wolf!”, but having lied so many times, the people of the village
just ignored him. With no one to help him fend off the wolf, the sheep all ran away,
and the boy was left crying on the hill. There is no believing a liar, even when he
speaks the truth.
After reading “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”, fill in
the following setting, characters, and plot the
story from Expository, Raising Action, Climax,
Conflict, Falling Action, Resolution.
Settings: ________________________
Characters: ______________________
Exposition: Once upon a time, in a beautiful village near lush rolling
hills, there was a boy who watched over the village’s sheep
Rising Action: Being alone up in the hills was very boring. To liven up
his day, the boy thought it would be fun to scare the villagers and
scream, “Wolf, wolf!” The villagers grabbed whatever they could, and
ran up the hill to scare off the wolf
Climax: When they reached the top, they realized they had been
tricked by the mischievous boy. He laughed and laughed until the
villagers angrily walked back down the hill. Even the sheep were not
amused
Conflict: The boy continued to call wolf, and the villagers warned him
that the next time they would no longer believe him. The boy
shrugged off the warning and laid down for a nap.
Falling Action: The boy continued to call wolf,
and the villagers warned him that the next time
they would no longer believe him. The boy
shrugged off the warning and laid down for a
nap.
Resolution: With no one to help him fend off the
wolf, the sheep all ran away, and the boy was
left crying on the hill. There is no believing a
liar, even when he speaks the truth.

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grade 8.pptx

  • 2. The Boy Who Cried Wolf Once upon a time, in a beautiful village near lush rolling hills, there was a boy who watched over the village’s sheep. Being alone up in the hills was very boring. To liven up his day, the boy thought it would be fun to scare the villagers and scream, “Wolf, wolf!” The villagers grabbed whatever they could, and ran up the hill to scare off the wolf When they reached the top, they realized they had been tricked by the mischievous boy. He laughed and laughed until the villagers angrily walked back down the hill. Even the sheep were not amused. The boy continued to call wolf, and the villagers warned him that the next time they would no longer believe him. The boy shrugged off the warning and laid down for a nap. One lazy afternoon, the boy heard a terrible sound. Before he could even prepare himself, a wolf appeared right before him, and was chasing all the village’s sheep! The boy screamed, “Wolf, wolf!”, but having lied so many times, the people of the village just ignored him. With no one to help him fend off the wolf, the sheep all ran away, and the boy was left crying on the hill. There is no believing a liar, even when he speaks the truth.
  • 3. After reading “The Boy Who Cried Wolf”, fill in the following setting, characters, and plot the story from Expository, Raising Action, Climax, Conflict, Falling Action, Resolution. Settings: ________________________ Characters: ______________________
  • 4. Exposition: Once upon a time, in a beautiful village near lush rolling hills, there was a boy who watched over the village’s sheep Rising Action: Being alone up in the hills was very boring. To liven up his day, the boy thought it would be fun to scare the villagers and scream, “Wolf, wolf!” The villagers grabbed whatever they could, and ran up the hill to scare off the wolf Climax: When they reached the top, they realized they had been tricked by the mischievous boy. He laughed and laughed until the villagers angrily walked back down the hill. Even the sheep were not amused Conflict: The boy continued to call wolf, and the villagers warned him that the next time they would no longer believe him. The boy shrugged off the warning and laid down for a nap.
  • 5. Falling Action: The boy continued to call wolf, and the villagers warned him that the next time they would no longer believe him. The boy shrugged off the warning and laid down for a nap. Resolution: With no one to help him fend off the wolf, the sheep all ran away, and the boy was left crying on the hill. There is no believing a liar, even when he speaks the truth.