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Pilandok crosses the river.

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Transcript of Pilandok crosses the river.

Pilandok cross a river
Elements of fiction
Gullibility, Slyness and Intelligence or
Wiseness

Falling Action
Then as soon as he had reached the other side of the river, he jumped out. He said that the Datu did not want to do anything with them.

Author
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THEME
CHARACTERS

PLOT

Introduction
Copy of the selection
Pilandok had to cross a wide and deep river to go home one day. However, there were no banca available. He wanted to swim to the other side but he was afraid of crocodiles. Pilandok did not know what to do. So he sat down near the bank of the river to think of a plan.

At last, an idea struck him. Quickly, he shouted to the crocodiles, “The datu wishes to find out how many crocodiles are living in his river. So you must all come out and allow me to count you.”

When the crocodiles heard this, they sent out one of them, the oldest, to come out and speak to Pilandok.

“Why does the datu want to count us?”

“Because he wants to feed you everyday.”

When the crocodiles heard this, they got out of their hiding places. Because there were so many of them, Pilandok asked them to form several lines extending from where he stood to the other bank of the river. Then when the crocodiles had aligned themselves, Pilandok started counting them.

“One, two, three….” As he counted he jumped from one crocodile’s back to the other.

As soon as he had reached the other side of the river, he looked back and counted the crocodiles, “Ha, ha, ha, I have fooled you. The datu does not want to do anything with you!”

Then the sly Pilandok ran home as fast as he could



SETTING
In a wide and deep river, full of crocodiles.

POINT OF VIEW

Third Person

CONFLICT
Man vs. Circumstances


a man who wanted to cross a wide and a deep river


the reason why Pilandok could not cross the river


Pilandok used him in order to manipulate the crocodiles
PILANDOK
CROCODILES
DATU
One day Pilandok wanted to cross a wide and deep river. However, there was no banca available. He wanted to swim to the other side but he was afraid of the crocodiles.

Rising Action
For a while, Pilandok did not know what to do. So he sat down near the bank of the river then he started to think and an idea struck him. He shouted to the crocodiles that the Datu wished to find out how many crocodiles were there in the river in order to feed them all.

Climax
When the crocodiles heard this, they got out of their hiding places. Pilandok asked them to form several lines extending from where he stood to the other bank of the river. Then when the crocodiles had aligned themselves, Pilandok started counting them. As he counted he jumped from crocodile’s back to the other. Then as soon as he had reached the other side of the river, he jumped out.

Denouement
As he said those words, he ran home as fast as he could.

Vocabulary Words
Pilandok
Datu
Banca or Bangka
Sly
-clever in a dishonest way
- is a Philippine mouse-deer.
-is the term used to call the head of the village during the pre - Hispanic Philippines, and serves as predominant .
-native boat or canoe with or without sail
Imagery
Hearing:

- he shouted to the crocodiles, “The datu wishes to find out how many crocodiles are living in his river. So you must all come out and allow me to count you.” When the crocodiles HEARD this, they sent out one of them, the oldest, to come out and speak to Pilandok.

-“Why does the datu want to count us?” “Because he wants to feed you everyday.” When the crocodiles HEARD this, they got out of their hiding places

Sight:

-As soon as he had reached the other side of the river, he LOOKED back and counted the crocodiles

Connection
Cultural:
There’s a saying “Matalino man ang matsing, napaglalalangan din”. Filipinos are easily persuaded to false promises so sometimes some people take advantage of us.
Social:
It can be more related to government and its people. Wherein a new candidate for a government position is promising good platforms for him to be voted then after winning this platforms were set aside and use his power to benefit himself

Benedictine Hallmarks
Literary Devices
Name:
Victoria E. Añonuevo
Age:
64 yrs. old
In 1971, Ms. Añonuevo graduated with degree of Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Major in Marketing (Cum Laude) at the University of the Philippines.
Masters in Business Administration at the University of the Philippines in 1975.
In 1997, she was sent by Ayala Land Inc. as a scholar to the Program for Management Development from Harvard Business School in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Ms. Añonuevo served as a Senior Vice President of Ayala Land, Inc. since April 5, 2006 and served as its Head of Ayala Land Businesscapes Group and Ayala Malls Group.
Victoria Anonuevo is a published author of children's books.
She serves as Director of Anvaya Cove Beach and Nature Club Inc.
Ms. serves as President of Laguna Technopark Inc.
Personification

-When the crocodiles heard this, they sent out one of them, the oldest, to come out and speak to Pilandok.
“Why does the datu want to count us?”

- Then when the crocodiles had aligned themselves, Pilandok started counting them.

Onomatopoeia

-Ha, ha, ha, I have fooled you. The datu does not want to do anything with you!”

Love of Christ and neighbor
Pilandok deceived the crocodiles and this is contrary to the hallmark because Christ loves us so much and we have no right to fool our neighbors even if they are different from us
Humility

When Pilandok deceived the crocodiles he showed that he was better than them and this doesn’t show humility. We need to always be humble for we should do all things for the glory of God.
COMMUNITY
We are called for service to do the common good and respect for the individual and Pilandok was not able to serve and respect the crocodiles in the story and we should learn that not just because we can take advantage of others that does not mean that we have the right to take advantage. We should respect and serve one another.
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