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(Extrait) La petite porte de la cage était restée ouverte. Le petit oiseau d un bond léger fut sur le seuil et de là, il regarda le vaste monde d un oeil d abord, puis de l autre. Son petit corps fut traversé par le désir frémissant des grands espaces pour lesquels étaient faites ses ailes. Mais ensuite, il se dit : « Si je sors, on pourrait refermer la cage, et je resterais dehors, prisonnier. » La petite bête rentra et peu après, non sans satisfaction, elle vit se refermer la petite porte qui scellait sa liberté.
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Students produce an original fable, using narrative target language. Time: Either as a two-hour lesson, two one-hour lessons or a one-hour lesson plus homework. The lesson starts on an upbeat so energises a tired writing class. Each repetition should help to increase confidence and fluency and gives students a chance to correct and elaborate. This first step also allows exposure to the target language pinpointed in the analysis stage later. Fold the latter so only the titles are showing. Students mill and tell their fable to every other student, hearing one and ticking it off their titles list in return.
Sit down in pairs and unfold their sheet to match the tales heard with the morals listed. Explain the stories read well partly due to certain language features in them. Encourage them to make it as serious or funny, modern or traditional as they wish. This university site is really worth a visit.
It is the creation of a computer studies course in which students have to illustrate the traditional Aesop’s fables along side their own retellings of the fables in a modern setting. Another great site with lots of interactive tools for young students to have fun with. Students enter their personal details and they are integrated into stories and fables. You must be signed in to rate. It’s located under the ‘related resources’ heading. Where do we find a link to the sheet referred to? Access our entire database of over 9,000 high-quality resources.
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Onestopenglish is a teacher resource site, part of Macmillan Education, one of the world’s leading publishers of English language teaching materials. Les Fables choisies, mises en vers par M. Il est publié en 1668, dix-huit ans après les Paraphrases d’Ésope en anglais de John Ogilby, et est dédié à un enfant, le Dauphin. Il le restera jusqu’au décès de celle-ci, en 1672.