Presentation on theme: "“AN HONEST WOOD-CUTTER”"— Presentation transcript:
1 “AN HONEST WOOD-CUTTER” WelcomeTo theCLASS: EIGHTSUBJECT: ENGLISH SECOND PAPERTOPIC: WRITING STORY ON“AN HONEST WOOD-CUTTER”PreparedByROUFUN NAHARASSISTANT TEACHER ( ENGLISH)JAMALPUR GOVT. GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOLJAMALPUR
2 OBJECTIVES OF THE LESSON After this lesson the students will have practised :* speaking skill through describing pictures.* writing skill through filling gaps, making sentencesfrom a table and writing a story on “An honest wood-cutter”.* vocabulary.
14 Once there lived a poor wood-cutter. 1. One day he waswood in the jungle beside a river.2. Suddenly his axeof his hand.3. It felldeep water.4. It was a greatfor him.5. He began to.cuttingslipped outintoweeploss
15 Make sentences from the table told about his great loss.The water goddessasked the wood-cutter, “Why are you weeping?”Sherose up from the river.The wood-cuttertook pity on him and diving into the water she brought a golden axe and asked him, “Is it your?”HeSaid, “No.”
16 Underline the adjectives 1. Then she brought a silver axe.2. The wood-cutter again replied, “No.”3. Then she brought the actual axe.4. He was very glad.5. As a reward, the goddess gave him all the three axes.
17 “An honest wood-cutter” Write a story on“An honest wood-cutter”Once there lived a poor wood-cutter. But he was very honest. Everyday he went out to cut wood in the jungle. He earned his livelihood by selling wood in the market. One day while……………………….
18 HOME WORKThink, you and some of your friends went to visit Shalban Bihar. Your friend Tamanna was capturing picture with her digital camera. Suddenly she lost her camera. She started weeping. A fairy come down from a tree and……………………………