Understanding Moral Of A Fable

Understanding Moral Of A Fable
Understanding Moral Of A Fable
Understanding Moral Of A Fable
Understanding Moral Of A Fable
Understanding Moral Of A Fable
Understanding Moral Of A Fable
Understanding Moral Of A Fable
Understanding Moral Of A Fable
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Students always seem to struggle with determining the moral of a fable or the lesson of a folktale. To help students be successful finding a moral of a story, 1) deconstruct a fable with a moral that is given by finding the details, analyzing the characters mistake or wrong judgement, and what the character/reader can learn from the story. 2) Analyze a wide variety of fables to practice.

This packet includes:
6 different deconstructed passages where students are given a moral and have to support the moral from the text.
-The Dog And The Shadow
-The Fox And The Crow
-The Fox And The Grapes
-Town Mouse And Country Mouse
-The Man, The Boy, and The Donkey
-The Wind And The Sun

9 different passages for students to analyze. Each passage includes questions to guide students toward the moral. Two of the three questions have a color guide for students to annotate and find their details in the text.
-The Lion And The Mouse
-The Bald Man And The Fly
-The Fox And The Stork
-The Man And The Wood
-The Peacock and The Hera
-The Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
-The Goose And The Golden Eggs
-The Miser And His Gold
-The Milkmaid And Her Pail
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18 pages
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