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1 Oral literature test on Monday, January 12th! FablesThe Lion and the MouseThe Ant and the GrasshopperThe Richer the PoorerHomework:Bring your copy of Touching Spirit Bear (TSB) on Wednesday, Jan.14th!Oral literature test on Monday, January 12th!ObjectiveI can evaluate the characteristics of a fables from around the world.Warm Up:Get your Interactive Reader book from the back.Turn to The Chenoo (pg. 256) and go over your answers to the sidebar questions and your answers to the chart on pg. 263 with the other members in your group.
2 Answers must be in CAPITAL LETTERS! First and last nameApollo's Tree / Arachne (IR book pg. 245)1.23.4.SKIP THIS LINEThe Chenoo (IR book pg. 265)220.127.116.11.5.6.Answers must be in CAPITAL LETTERS!When you are done with your quiz, look up the definition for FABLE and copy it into your notes
3 fablea brief tale told to illustrate a moral or teach a lesson. Often the moral appears in a distinct and memorable statement near the tale's beginning or end.
4 First we will watch a short video of a fable The Lion and the Mouse https://yogainmyschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/lionmouse.jpeg
5 The Ant and the Grasshopper pg. 384https://lh3.ggpht.com/hzhWZjSl-Uwtxy3ldxGAUe_BiBBI9EcmwxloXypBwEMP1PDClCQjPGt4Hdj_xw-fqg=h900
6 The Richer, the Poorer pg. 386 = Ant = Grasshopper
7 In what ways was the Grasshopper's situation similar to Bess's In what ways was the Grasshopper's situation similar to Bess's. In what ways was it different?In what ways was the Ant's situation similar to Lottie's. In what ways was it different?
8 Write a sentence that creatively sums up the moral of this fable
9 This needs to be on white computer paper. Now you will work with a partner to create your own fable. I will give you a moral and you will create a fable that teaches the lesson reflected in your moral.This needs to be on white computer paper.Put your title at the top.Write and colorfully illustrate your fable.Write your moral at the bottom.
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