· enjoy the story and learn something interesting
1. Print the picture cards, enlarge and laminate them.
2. Choose the key words from the story and make them into flashcards.
1. Introduce the key words by using flashcards to elicit words such as, crow, pebbles and jar.
2. Teacher shows the picture cards / story boards one by one and tells the story.
3. Teacher uses relia to demonstrate and elicit the key parts of the story.
4. The teacher asks “WH-“ questions to guide the pupils to retell the story.
a. After the story, the teacher can divide pupils into small groups and ask them to rearrange the jumbled story into the correct sequence.
b. Pupils can do hands-on activities such as make an origami crow, make crow masks or a crow book mark.
c. Pupils also can do a role play.
For step 1,the teacher can ask pupils to help to paste the picture cards on the blackboard, get the pupils involved and take part during the lesson.
For step 2, the teacher can let the pupils touch, hold and feel the relia items besides demonstrating them.
For more advanced pupils:
The teacher can ask pupils what other materials can be used to replace the pebbles in the story.
At the end of the story, the teacher can guide them to talk about the moral of the story or what lesson they have learnt from the story.
Teacher can make the story more interesting and attractive by creating different sounds effects and body gestures when presenting the story.