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Not Your Ordinary Storytime
Fun with Fables: What Is a Fable? "The Lion and The Mouse"
Have fun learning English by learning about and reading the fable "The Lion and The Mouse". This class is focused for students learning English as their second language.
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In this one on one ESL class. Students will learn what a fable is along with learning key words from the story, such as: sudden, swallow, repeat, tangle, and naw. After learning key words, they will then practice them by reading the story "The Lion and The Mouse". After reading the story, student will answer a series of comprehension questions as well as discuss the story and the moral of the story. Students will practice their English skills by learning new vocabulary, reading, and using...
This is a one on one class for children learning English as their second language. Students will need to know a moderate level of English for this class. The learning goals for this class are: learning the definition of a fable. Also learning the vocabulary and definitions of the words: sudden, swallow, repeat, tangle, and naw. Students will then read the story "The Lion and The Mouse" to practice their reading skills. After reading the story, students will answer comprehension questions and discuss the story, characters, and the moral of the story.
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Comprehension questions will be asked at the end of class. We will also have a discussion on the moral of the story.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Theatre, Fan Club, and Crafting educator
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
2 total reviews
2 completed classes
Hello! My name is Tonya! I teach many classes that are theatre, crafting, and fan based. My professional background is in Theatre. In my classes students will learn the importance of developing a character, practicing a monologue, preparing for...