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1 THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE ROSE

2 When you think of the title where does the story take place?

3 In a house In a forest In a garden

4 CHARACTERS

5 THE STUDENT Let’s look at the photo of the student.  Can you describe the student?  Is he happy or sad? Can you guess why?  What is student’s wish?

6 THE STUDENT Let’s look at the photo of the student.  Can you describe the student?  The student is sad. He loves the daughter of the Professor. He has dark hair and red lips. His face is white with sorrow.  Is he happy or sad? Can you guess why?  He is sad because he has to find a red rose for his lover. But, he can’t find a red rose. What is student’s wish?  He wants to dance with the daughter of the Professor and hold her in her arms.

7 THE NIGHTINGALE  Can you describe the nightingale?  Does the nightingale understand the student?  Does the nightingale help to the student?  How does the nightingale help?

8 THE NIGHTINGALE  Can you describe the nightingale?  The nightingale is kind and helpful. She is romantic. She is brave and generous.  Does the nightingale understand the student?  Yes, the nightingale understands the student’s love. She believes in true love.  Does the nightingale help to the student?  Yes, the nightingale tries to find a red rose for him.  How does the nightingale help?  The nightingale sings to a rose and the thorn of the rose cuts into the heart of the nightingale. The blood makes the rose red.

9 THE DAUGHTER OF THE PROFESSOR  Can you describe the daughter of the Professor?  Does she love the student?  Does she dance with the student?  What does she tell the student at the end of the story?

10 THE DAUGHTER OF THE PROFESSOR  Can you describe the daughter of the Professor?  She is arrogant, rude, ungrateful and selfish.  Does she love the student?  No, she doesn’t love him. She refuses the student’s rose.  Does she dance with the student?  No, she dances with all the young men, but the student doesn’t have a red rose. So, she doesn’t dance with him.  What does she tell the student at the end of the story?  She tells the student that he is only a poor student.

11 LOOK AT THE PICTURES AND TRY TO GUESS THE WORD. FIND AN EXAMPLE SENTENCE WITH THAT WORD IN THE STORY.

12 What is this? Can you find an example sentence from the story with this word?

13 This is a nest. Example sentence: The nightingale hears him from her nest in the Oak tree.

14 What are these things on the branch? Can you find an example sentence with this word from the story?

15 These things are thorns. Example sentence: All night long she signs with her breast against the thorn.

16 What is this? Can you find an example sentence with this word from the story?

17 This is a bud. Example sentence: The forest kills my buds and the storm breaks my Branches.

18 What is the word for the white part of the bird in this photo? Can you find an example sentence with this word From the story?

19 The word for the white part of the bird is breast. Example sentence: All night long she sings, and the thorn cuts into her breast and her blood flows away from her.

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