Plagiarism Review: The Folktale That Taught Me A Valuable Tale?
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Student number: 57342709
Unique number: 693833
Cover page: page 1
Context page: page 2
Question 1: page 3 to page 4
Question 2: page 4 to page 6
Poster: page 7
Bibliography: page 8
Plagiarism report: page 8
1.1) The folktale that I remember, that taught me a valuable lesson, is: The boy who cried wolf.
A young boy who lived in a small village was given the job to watch the folk of sheep for the village. The shepherd-boy got bored while doing this job and decided it would be funny to run into the village and cry “Wolf! Wolf!”, all the villages rushed to the boy’s aid to find the boy laughing at them – that the boy had tricked them. The boy found it so funny…show more content… Introduction: Learners listen while I tell the folktale- reading slowly and clearly, asking learners to predict what will happen next and ask questions like “it is right to cry wolf if there is no wolf? Is lying okay? Who lies?”. Discuss the meaning of the folktale: the morals and values
Stage 1: play a fun game of hang man with learners on the blackboard; using words like “wolf”, “shepherd”, “liar”, “folktale” and “false alarm” to make sure they understood the theme of the folktale and to ensure everyone is involved and having fun.
Stage 2: Learners are given a worksheet with pictures of the folktale in incorrect order. The learners must colour in, cut out and stick the photos in the correct order (sequencing). This activity will be testing the learner’s memory, auditory perception, listening skills and fine motor…show more content… I could also use puppets to help bring the story alive and get the learners involved. I could also draw out pictures of the story to enhance the learners understanding and help their imagination.
2.1) Role play is a creative approach to understanding problems. It is an opportunity to help learners verbalise their feelings and develop emotional understanding. Role play is also a good way for the learners to practice their English; they are given an opportunity to act out what they would do in a real situation.
2.2) We expose learners to Role play when teaching first language because it gives learners a fun opportunity to act out and practice their language, to show understanding, gives the learners the opportunity to hear and use the language in a meaningful context. The learner can also ‘become’ anyone they want to for s short time.
2.3) In the school play ground
2.3.1) groups of three (three characters): Khwezi, Juwayria and Emily.
Student A: Khwezi
Student B: Juwayria