Aesop's Fables: The Crow and the Pitcher
Through this fable about a crow trying to get a drink of water, we learn what it means to 'use our wits'.
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In this class we will read and respond to the fable about a crow trying to get a drink of water out of a deep pitcher. We'll talk about what a fable is, read the fable, have some time to discuss the meaning and draw pictures of either the original fable or the learner's own version. Each learner will have a chance to tell the story in their own words while showing their picture (this is a form of Charlotte Mason style narration). In the class we will briefly discuss vocabulary such as...
Students will improve their English vocabulary and learn to think about what the 'moral' of a story is.
We will be reading from 'The Aesop for Children' by Milo Winter, which is available on the Library of Congress website. http://read.gov/aesop/012.html
a piece of paper, plus markers, crayons or colored pencils to draw with
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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