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Mr. ONeils Jeopardy Fables
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Tortoise/Hare 100 Who was faster? Who is the Hare?
Tortoise/ Hare 200 Who said slow and steady wins the race? Who is the tortoise?
Tortoise/ Hare 300 Who suggested the tortoise and the hare race? Who is the Fox?
Tortoise/ Hare 400 Who won the race? Who is the tortoise?
Crow and the Pitcher 100 What was in the pitcher? What is water?
Crow and the Pitcher 200 How did the crow finally get the water? What is dropping pebbles into the pitcher?
Crow and the Pitcher 300 What happened as the crow dropped pebbles in the water? What is the water rose?
Crow and the Pitcher 400 What was the moral of the story? What is Little by little does the job?
Ants and Grasshopper 100 Who worked all summer long? Who are the ants?
What did grasshopper do when winter came? What is ask the ants for food? Ants and Grasshopper 200
What did the ants tell grasshopper when he asked for food? What is tell him he cannot have their food? Ants and Grasshopper 300
What was the moral of this fable? What is you cant play all of the time? Ants and Grasshopper 400
Belling the Cat 100 What was the problem the mice wanted to solve? What is the cat sneaking up on them?
Belling the Cat 200 What did one mouse suggest? What is put a bell around the cats neck?
Belling the Cat 300 What was the problem with putting the bell around the cats neck? What is nobody wanted to do it?
Belling the Cat 400 What was the moral of this fable? What is Some things are easier said then done?
Fly on the Wagon 100 Where was the fly? Where is the back of a farm wagon?
Fly on the Wagon 200 What did the fly take credit for doing? What is kicking up a lot of dust?
Fly on the Wagon 300 What was the moral of the fable? What is We sometimes take credit for things we dont do?
Fly on the Wagon 400 What color was the fly in the picture? What is green?
Fable Kendra I. Fable a brief story that leads to a moral, often using animals as characters.
Picking the Plot Finding a story’s most important parts.
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Mr. Smith Cat. 1Cat. 2Cat. 3Cat
Fables. Fables are short stories Fables are fiction The characters are usually animals The animals talk and act like people There are usually 2 or 3 characters.
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The Crow and the Pitcher A fable. A crow dying of thirst came upon a pitcher. It had once been full of water, but when the Crow put it’s beak in he found.
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Aesop’s Fables. Fables Brief story Teaches a lesson or moral Usually involves animals One of the oldest forms of storytelling Brief story Teaches a lesson.
A fable is a short story, often with animal characters, intended to teach a moral lesson.
One day, a crow saw a piece of cake on the wall. He pick-ed it up with his beak and flew away. He sat on the branch of a tree. He was ready to eat the.
Team 4Team 5 Team 6 Team 1Team 2Team 3 Round 2 Final Jeopardy Round 1.
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What do you know about this picture? What can you remember about “The Tortoise and the Hare?”
Fables and Morals They don’t all have a happy ending.
Traditional Stories Third Grade Writing Vickie Leo.
Dont Forget... Contestants …Always phrase your answers in the form of a question!
Allegory by Zoey & Tina. What is an Allegory? A story in which people, things, and ideas represent more than one meaning.
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Game page Inequalities Abs. Val.Ineqs Po Pourri FINAL JEOPARDY.
Jeopardy by Matt Villella
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Fables. A fable is a story with a moral.. The Ant and the Grasshopper. In a field one summer's day a Grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing.
Reading Vocabulary. words that have opposite meanings antonyms Example: big and small.
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The ant and the grasshopper are friends. They meet every day day. The Ant and the Grasshopper.
Knowledge Comprehension Application Analysis Exit.
Materials Needed Chart paper that outlines characteristics of a fable Tree Thinking Map.
Good old lessons in teamwork from an age-old fable The Tortoise And The Hare.
Jeopardy Template By Carl Lyman © July 2007 Jeopardy Category 1Category 2Category 3Category
The Seasons BONUS: Exit Differences Leaves can Have Fun things to do with Leaves
Matt Villella Characters Literary Elements Quotes Miscellaneous Exit.
What skill does this activity develop?. Summer violin silly store autumn full attentive naughty lazy hungry angry supper 1) Which of these words are you.
Name ______________________________ Sayings We Share: Proverbs and Fables Compiled By Norma Tong Lee Illustrated by Krystyna Stasiak Prediction ____________________________________________.
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Cyprus Team. When were the first of Aesop's great fables written? It is not known exactly when the first of Aesop's fables were written as the fables.
ANT and GRASSHOPPER AESOP’S FABLE. CHARACTERS Narrator - Ant - Grasshopper SETTING an ant hill in a meadow in summer.
A PROVERB is a saying that gives advice or teaches a lesson. “Like father, like son.” “The early bird gets the worm”
Fables and Allegories Introduction to Animal Farm Part II.
3.RL.2 * Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how.
Shake It Off Taylor Swift https://www.youtube.com/watch?v =m0A3Ph4dRrk.
One hot summer's day, a Fox was strolling through an orchard till he came to a bunch of Grapes just ripening on a vine which had been trained over a lofty.
Feedback of Greek stories: Aesop “The Hare and the Tortoise” (Iceland, Cyprus, England, Portugal) and “The cicada and the ants”(Sweden, Italy)
Originally told by Aesop. The Story Jacob’s Ladder Goals & Objectives Habits of Mind.
S ATIRE & F ABLE By: Sammy Ramirez. W HAT IS A F ABLE ? Fable is a short story, typically with animals as characters, conveying a moral. It’s basically.
(Agenda) REVIEW Compare/Contrast Setting, Character & Conflict Whole-Class: CC Plot Elements using Fables Individual Practice: Silent Reading.
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