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outwitting.d.croc.ebz13

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What does the title tell us?
If you were Sang Kancil, would you trick Sang Buaya? Why?

If you were Sang Buaya, would you have been tricked by Sang Kancil? Why?
Search about the literature of Vietnam. Write it down in your Engish notebook.
Homework
CASOS DE USO
En este caso de uso general se mostrará lo que podrá hacer el actor de acuerdo a cada rol.

MAPAS DE PROCESOS
Group Activity
Quiz Time
Write TRUE if the statement is true and FALSE if it is false.
What was Sang Kancil's problem?


What was Sang Buaya thinking of?
Cite the setting of the story:
where?

when?

En este mapa de diagrama en arból mostraremos un proceso lógico paso a paso para desglosar y especificar los elementos principales de la planificación, facilitando la comprensión a la situación.


AGRADECIMIENTOS A:

FABIAN ROJAS (GESTOR)
DIANA DEL PILAR GOMEZ
LEO ANDRES MORENO
KATHERINE GIRALDO
ROSARIO HERRERA



















Traditional Malay literature is one of the major literatures in Southeast Asia which combined ethnic and inter-ethnic functions. It is a mixture of the culture of Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei and Singapore.
In our folklore,
Sang Kancil
is a clever mouse deer while
Sang Buaya
is a greedy but dull crocodile who is always outwitted by the deer's tricks. This story is widely known all throughout Malaysia and other neighboring countries.
Outwitting a Crocodile
by
Edward Field

Listen carefully as your teacher reads the story. As you listen, take note of the important details.
Outwitting the Crocodile
Who are the main characters of the story?

Which of them is a
flat
and which is a
round
character?
1. The story is a Malaysian folktale.
2. The crocodile is a clever and intelligent character in
the story.
3. Sang Kancil is an honest friend to Sang Buaya.
4. The story happened in real life.
5. The ending of the story is in favor to Sang Buaya.
Were we able to accomplish our objective for the day?
What does the title tell us?
My happiness depends on an electrical appliance.
Each person separated from friends
Without it I was like a bear in a cave
VIETNAM LITERATURE
What feeling do you have when receiving a call from your friends?

What would life be without your cellphone? Why?
Search about the invention of the telephone and its progress from the telephone in the past to the modern cellphones we use today.
Homework
CASOS DE USO
En este caso de uso general se mostrará lo que podrá hacer el actor de acuerdo a cada rol.

MAPAS DE PROCESOS
Group Activity
Quiz Time
Write TRUE if the statement is true and FALSE if it is false.
What kind of figurative language is used in this line?

What image can we picture out?
What separates a person from his friends?

En este mapa de diagrama en arból mostraremos un proceso lógico paso a paso para desglosar y especificar los elementos principales de la planificación, facilitando la comprensión a la situación.


AGRADECIMIENTOS A:

FABIAN ROJAS (GESTOR)
DIANA DEL PILAR GOMEZ
LEO ANDRES MORENO
KATHERINE GIRALDO
ROSARIO HERRERA




















Edward Field
was born on
June 7, 1924 in Brooklyn New York. In his lifetime, he
authored many fiction and nonfiction books, poetry as well as anthologies and editorials. He once lived and worked in Rome and later went back to the US.
Back in 1942, when Edward Field was 20 years old, the use of the telephone has become famous and important in both in Europe and America. His poem tells us the role of the telephone during his time.
The Telephone
by
Edward Field
My happiness depends on an electrical appliance
And I do not mind giving it so much credit
When life in the city being what it is
Each person separeted from friends
By a tangle of subways and buses
Yes my telephone is my joy
It tells me that I am in the world and wanted
It rings and I am alerted to love and gossip
I go comb my hair which begins to sparkle
Without it I was like a bear in a cave
Drowsing through a shadowy winter
It rings and spring has come
I strech and amble out into the sunshine
Hungry again as I pick up the receiver
For the human voice and the news of good friends.
The Telephone
How does the telephone bring happiness to its user?
1. Edward Field is an Old English poet.
2. The poem tells us how important the telephone is in one's life.
3. The use of the telephone gives us different emotions.
4. To have a cellphone is a matter of life and death.
5. The poem is an example of an epic.
Were we able to accomplish our objective for the day?
by:
Hilrem L. Bayucot

Patterns of Social Relationships
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