9 in the kingdom of fools

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9 in the kingdom of fools

  1. 1. IN THE KINGDOM OF FOOLS
  2. 2. LESSON PLANCLASS 9TH BASUDEV PRASAD SHARMA T. G. T. (ENGLISH) JAWAHAR NAVODAYA VIDYALAYA SHIVPURI (M. P.)
  3. 3. ABOUT THE KINGDOM It is the story of a kingdom where the king and the minister both were foolish. They had ordered that night be treated as day and all people should work after dark. They should go to bed as soon as the sun came up. King’s ordered were followed by the people by fear of death.
  4. 4. ABOUT DISCIPLE The disciple was a food freak. He was tempted with the cheap food available in the kingdom of fools. He decided to stay in the kingdom.
  5. 5. ABOUT GURU Guru was wise. He knew that the behavior of fools is unpredictable. He advised the disciple not to stay there but the disciple did not realise the danger.
  6. 6. TROUBLE STARTS  THIEF BREAKS INTO A MERCHANT’S HOUSE  WALL COLLAPSES AND THE THIEF DIES   THE THIEF’S BROTHER BLAMES THE MERCHANT FOR HIS BROTHER’S DEATH THE KING SUMMONNS THE MERCHANT.
  7. 7. THE TRIAL      THE MERCHANT SAYS IT IS THE FAULT OF THE BRICKLAYER THE BRICKLAYER HOLDS THE DANCING GIRL RESPOSIBLE THE DANCING GIRL BLAMES THE GOLDSMITH THE GOLDSMITH IN TURN ACCUSES THE RICH MERCHANT THE MERCHANT WAS NONE OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL OWNER OF THE HOUSE WHOSE WALL HAD FALLEN
  8. 8. THE UNIQUE TRIAL A thief broke into a rich merchant’s house . While he was running away with the money the wall of the house collapsed and killed the thief. The thief’s brother blamed the rich merchant for his death. The merchant blamed the bricklayer who built a weak wall. He held the dancing girl responsible for distracting him. She blamed the goldsmith who did not make her ornaments in time. But he pleaded that a rich merchant pressed him to make ornament early for a family wedding. Now this merchant was the father of the owner of the house.
  9. 9. She blamed the goldsmith who did not make her ornaments in time. But he pleaded that a rich merchant pressed him to make ornament early for a family wedding. Now this merchant was the father of the owner of the house. Now the king ruled that the rich merchant was the real culprit .The rich merchant was ordered to be executed. But the merchant was too thin to fit the stake. The disciple was found fit for the stake.
  10. 10. THE JUDGEMENT     JUSTICE HAD COME A FULL CIRCLE, THOUGHT THE KING HE ORDERED THE MERCHANT TO BE EXECUTED. A NEW STAKE WAS PREPARED. BUT IT TURNED OUT TO BE TOO BIG FOR THE MERCHANT.
  11. 11. FUNNY ALTERNATIVE    THE KING ORDERS TO FIND A FAT MAN TO FIT IN THE STAKE THE DISCIPLE WHO HAD GROWN FAT EATING RICE AND GHEE AND SWEETS FOR ONE DUDDU WAS SELECTED THE DISCIPLE WAS SHOCKED AND REMEMBERED THE WORDS OF HIS GURU
  12. 12. GURU’S TRICK The disciple remembered his guru who appeared at once. They started fighting. Each wanted to be executed first. The guru explained to the king whoever die to the stake first would be reborn as the king of the country.. Whoever die next would be reborn as the minister. The king and the minister consulted and decided to take their place. The king and the minister were executed next morning. The Guru and disciple were their new
  13. 13. THE CLIMAX      THE GURU COMES TO THE DISCIPLE’S RESCUE. BOTH OF THEM PRETENDED TO WANT TO DIE ON THE STAKE THE KING IS SURPRISED. THE KING AND THE MINISTER DECIDE TO DIE. THE PEOPLE FINALLY GET RID OF THE FOOLISH KING AND HIS MINISTER
  14. 14. VOCABULARY    DELIGHTED:VERB SYN:EXCITED,HAPPY,PLEASED ANT:UNHAPPY,MISERABLE  STIRRING:VERB  SYN:MOVEMENT,MOTION

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