Writing and Rhetoric 3
This week’s focus: Lesson 3 Fable Refresher
In preparation for Schole support class:
* CONSIDER SHARING YOUR JACK THE GIANT STORY AT THE END OF OUR CLASS!! So far I’ve read some fabulous stories!*
Fable-Review what a fable is, p 25 last paragraph
Read through p 26. Ask your student to narrate back to you what they heard and work on order of events
**An idea for fable reading could be in Morning time, if that is a practise in your home. IF you have other children, they too could practise narration, and this would be a great introduction, as well as opportunity for your student to be more ready for the lesson later
To be completed this week:
Complete P 28-34
IF your student wishes, he or she can do either
The summary of the fable
Do not spend more than 20 minutes on this.
We will look at the writing of the fable in class.
ENRICHMENT – Extra resources for children and families who desire more ONE OF
• Learn one of the poems on page 39, 40 or another source of choice
• Write another fable using this month’s virtue, self control. Begin with the virtue in a phrase. Use the Lesson 3 fable template from schole @home if you wish.
• Write your fable, share it with your family with good elocution and or video it and send it to Ms Karyn. Indicate who may see and celebrate it.
• Look for the September enrichment using John Constable’s Flatford Mill
THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENT FOR SUBMISSION:
An assignment from Lesson 4, assigned after that class.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions and submissions.
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