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The First Monkey

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Transcript of The First Monkey

Lesson 7
The First Monkey

a girl or young woman, esp. an unmarried one
Drill
Read the following words:
While watching and scanning, please take note of the following:
a. Characters
b. Setting
c. Plot

buttocks
goddess
patroness
maiden
saucy
spun
thrusting
maiden
The
maiden
knew nothing about making cloth and weaving it.
a sponsor or benefactor.
patroness
Everything that she wanted to eat was provided for her by her
patroness.
turn or cause to turn or whirl around quickly (past and past participle of spin)
spun
The goddess said that before it could be used, it would have to be
spun
.
two round fleshy parts that form the lower rear area of a human trunk
buttocks
The goddess took the stick for beating the cotton and thrusting it between the maiden’s
buttocks.
a female being of supernatural powers or attribute
goddess
bold and lively; smart-looking.
The young girl lived under the care of the
goddess
of weaving.
saucy
"Well, after it is spun, ” persisted by the
saucy
maiden.
the motion of pushing or lunging suddenly or violently.
thrusting
The goddess took the stick for beating the cotton and
thrusting
it between the maiden’s buttocks.
What are the things that you know about monkeys?
maiden -
a girl or young woman, esp. an unmarried one
patroness -
a sponsor or benefactor.
spun -
turn or cause to turn or whirl around quickly(past and past participle of spin)
buttocks -
two round fleshy parts that form the lower rear area of a human trunk
goddess -
a female being of supernatural powers or attributes
saucy -
bold and lively; smart-looking.
thrusting -
the motion of pushing or lunging suddenly or violently.
Do you believe that humans are came from monkeys?
Who are the characters in the story?
Where and when did the story happen?
What did the goddess ask the girl to do?
What are the instructions in making a dress according to the goddess?
Why was the girl punished by the goddess?
What punishment did the goddess gave to the girl?
What is the theme or the reality present in the story?
Assignment:

Look for Maranao and Tagalog version of First Monkey and summarize the legends using comparison-contrast chart on a one whole sheet of paper
.
The characters in the story are the goddess of weaving and a young girl.
The story happened in the forest long time ago.
The goddess instructed her to make a dress
According to the goddess of weaving, clean some cotton first.Then, beat it, spins it, weave it into cloth, cut it, and finally sew it.
The girl punished by the goddess because of her laziness.
The goddess makes the leather as the girl’s skin and the beating stick as her tail
The young maiden in the story became the first monkey
.
Individual activity:

Write a five-to-seven sentence paragraph on what you have learned today on a one-half paper.
Group activity:

Construct your own legend on how the first thing of your choice came from.
Discuss the story to the class with the aid of visual illustration of the story using graphic organizer.
Evaluation:
Match the sentences in column A with those in column B to form meaningful sentences. Use and, or, but, and for in combining the sentences. Write your sentences on the space provided.
Answers:

1. Monkeys can be anywhere from just a few centimeters tall, but some species can grow more than a meter tall.

2. Monkeys never eat a banana as it is for they peel it first.

3. Monkeys make different voices, facial expressions and body movements, and they use them to communicate.

4. When the monkey yawns, it is tired or it is angry at something.

What are the characteristics of humans are shown in this story?
Do you believe that humans have those characteristics?
What lesson can we learn from this story?
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