Text of Comprehension of a Story TEDU 220 August- December 2008 Jován Marrero Marrero
Comprehension of a Story TEDU 220 August- December 2008 Jovn Marrero Marrero
Introduction:Introduction: This design has been developed for students for 6th grade for the class of the English Language.
Table of Contents: ObjectivesPlot ObjectivesPlot GoalCharacters GoalCharacters Materials and ResourcesProblem Conflict Materials and ResourcesProblem Conflict Activities that could FindVocabulary Activities that could FindVocabulary Pre-ContentSolution Pre-ContentSolution First Video (The Vowel Song)Conclusion First Video (The Vowel Song)Conclusion The Meaning of Short StoryThird Video (Rhymes/English) The Meaning of Short StoryThird Video (Rhymes/English) Parts of a Story Practice Exercises Parts of a Story Practice Exercises Video (Parts of the Story)Fill The Blanks Video (Parts of the Story)Fill The Blanks Story (The Shepherd's Boy)True or False Story (The Shepherd's Boy)True or False SettingBonus SettingBonus
Objectives:Objectives: This design would help the student to analyze and understand the parts of the story. As to identify and streamline its method of reading.
GoalGoal The goal is that the students learn the parts of a story, analyze the structure and learn it.
Materials and Resources: Connecting to the Internet, computer audio to hear the videos entered in this design (Visual Aids). Printer if you want to print some exercises to practice.
Activities that could be found: You will have the opportunity to read a story, you'll find videos and audio. They will have a maximum of 10 exercises for his or her practice after finishing reading.
Pre-Content:Pre-Content: You can read a short story about a child that for not telling the truth, which occurred in a number of situations. As soon you finish the short story you will understand the meaning of the story. We need to pay great attention to the story, because then you will have a series of
Cont. Pre-Content questions, Fill the Blanks and True or False to have to answer concerning the story that you began to read.
First Video: The Vowel Song Click Icon to see the Video
The Meaning of Short Story The short story is a literary genre of fictional prose narrative that tends to be more concise. Taken of: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_story in August 28, 2008http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Short_story
Parts of a Story: Setting, Main Idea, Plot, Characters, Conflict, Vocabulary and Conclusion.
Second Video: Parts of the Story Click icon to see the video
Story: The Shepherd's Boy Story: The Shepherd's Boy
There was once a young Shepherd Boy who tended his sheep at the foot of a mountain near a dark forest. It was rather lonely for him all day, so he thought upon a plan by which he could get a little company and some excitement. He rushed down towards the The Shepherd's Boy Taken from: http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html in August 28, 2008.http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html
Cont. The Shepherd's Boy village calling out "Wolf, Wolf," and the villagers came out to meet him, and some of them stopped with him for a considerable time. This pleased the boy so much that a few days afterwards he tried the same trick, and again Taken From: http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html in August 28, 2008.http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html in
the villagers came to his help. But shortly after this a Wolf actually did come out from the forest, and began to worry the sheep, and the boy of course cried out "Wolf, Wolf," still louder than before. But this time the villagers, who had been fooled twice Cont. The Shepherd's Boy Taken from: http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html in August 28, 2008.
Cont. The Shepherd's Boy before, thought the boy was again deceiving them, and nobody stirred to come to his help. So the Wolf made a good meal off the boy's flock, and when the boy complained, the wise man of the village said: Taken from: http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html in August 28, 2008.http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html
Cont. The Shepherd's Boy A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth." Taken from: http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html in August 28, 2008http://www.saberingles.com.ar/stories/43.html
Setting:Setting: On the outskirts of a mountain
Plot:Plot: The boy is telling lies to the people of the village.
Characters:Characters: The Shepherd's Boy The Sheep The Villagers The Wolf
Problem/Conflict:Problem/Conflict: A child who was feeling he needed to draw the attention of the people, invented a lie in order to draw the attention of those who lived the village.
Vocabulary:Vocabulary: 1.shepherd: pastor 2.tend: cuidar de 3.lonely: solitario 4.rush: apurarse 5.trick: broma 6.actually: realmente
Cont. Vocabulary 7.worry: preocuparse 8.louder: ms alto 9.had been fooled: haban sido engaados 10.twice: dos veces 11.deceive: engaar, mentir 12.stir: moverse
Solution:Solution: The child has learned to not tell lies. The lie has unexpected situations.
Conclusion:Conclusion: The boy learned that telling lies is not the right thing and you can bring negative situations.
Third Video: Rhymes for Learning English Click Icon to see the Video
1.What is the title of the story: a. The sheep goes to the river a. The sheep goes to the river b. The boy that lives in the mountain b. The boy that lives in the mountain c. The Shepherd's Boy c. The Shepherd's Boy
SORRY ! ! ! The Sheep goes to the river is NOT the title of the story.
INCORRECT ! ! ! The Boy did not live in the mountain. Please, pay more attention.
GOOD ANSWER ! ! ! The title of the story is The Shepherd's Boy.
2.What the Sherperd boy wants ? a. Carry the sheep to the mountain a. Carry the sheep to the mountain b. A little company and some excitement b. A little company and some excitement c. The boy wants to camp in the Village c. The boy wants to camp in the Village
INCORRECT ! ! ! The boy did not want to carry the sheep to the mountain.
CORRECT ! ! ! The boy wants a little excitement and some company.
INCORRECT ! ! ! The child was never at the camp. Pay attention and read carefully.
3. Who worried the sheep ? a. A cow a. A cow b. A horse b. A horse c. A wolf c. A wolf
INCORRECT ! ! ! The cow is not presented in the story. Read carefully.
THIS IS NOT THE CORECT ANSWER ! ! ! The horse is not mentioned in the story.
JOB ! ! ! GOOD JOB ! ! ! The wolf was who scarred the poor sheep.
Fill the Blanks:
4.The Boy cried out __________ louder than before. a. Help me a. Help me b. Caution b. Caution c.Wolf, Wolf c.Wolf, Wolf
SORRY ! ! ! The boy did not cry for help.
THIS IS NOT THE CORRECT ANSWER! ! ! The boy never said caution in the story.
CONGRATULATIONS ! ! ! Yes, the boy cried out Wolf, Wolf to be heard.
5.The wolf made a good meal of __________. a. The Boys Flock a. The Boys Flock b. A chicken b. A chicken c. The Wise Man c. The Wise Man
TERRIFIC ! ! ! The wolf made a good meal of the boys flock.
INCORRECT ! ! ! In the story the wolf never saw a chicken.
SORRY ! ! ! The wolf was never found with the wise man from the village.
6.The Wise man tells the boy: A _______ will not be _______, even he speaks the truth. a. Boy, problem a. Boy, problem b. Liar, believed b. Liar, believed c. Children, the wolf c. Children, the wolf
INCORRECT ! ! ! The Wise man did not tell the boy: A boy will not be problem. Please, read carefully for the Next One.
GREAT WORK ! ! ! Yes, the wise man tells the boy: A liar will not be believed even he speaks the truth.