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terça-feira, 10 de abril de 2012



Estudando fábulas em inglês

          Trabalhar com fábulas em inglês na sala de aula, é uma excelente alternativa, pois trata-se de uma narrativa pequena, dinâmica, reflexiva, e o melhor, bastante conhecida pelos alunos. Com esta atividade o aluno poderá ampliar o vocabulário em inglês, fazer a leitura com possível entonação, dramatizar, buscar informações relevantes nos textos bem como, desenvolver a opinião crítica acerca da moral da história e transformar uma fábula em charge.
            Agora é só tentar!!







     THE LION AND THE MOUSE


A Lion was sleeping peaceful, when he was awakened by a mouse, who spent running over his face. With a fast attack he grabbed him and was ready to kill him, it begged the Mouse:
-Please, if you let me go, I'm sure one day he could repay his kindness. Laughing because he thought the idea ridiculous, anyway, he decided to release it.
Shortly after, the Lion fell in a trap set by hunters. Attached to the ground, bound by strong cords, could not even move.
The Mouse, hearing his roar, came and gnawed the ropes to let him free. Then he said:

-You laughed at the idea that I would never be able to help you. I never expected to receive from me any favors in exchange for yours! But now he knows that even a small mouse is capable of returning a favor to a powerful Lion.

          
Moral of the story - The little friends may prove the best and most loyal allies.
  Author: Esopo





                       FOX AND THE STORK






The fox and the stork kept good relations and friends seemed to be sincere. One day the fox invited the stork to dinner and, for fun, put on the table just a shallow dish containing a little soup. For her it was all very easy, but the Stork could only wet the tip of the bill and walked away hungry.

-Sorry, said the fox, it seems you did not like the soup.

-Do not think about it, replied the stork. I hope that in return for this visit, you will soon have dinner with me.



The next day, Fox was paying a visit. When seated at the table, which had for dinner was contained in a jar tall, long neck and narrow mouth, where the fox could not enter the nose. All she did was lick the outside of the jar.
-Do not apologize for the dinner, said the stork, so you feel in your own stomach what I felt yesterday. 
         
 Moral of the story - Who hurts with iron, with iron will be hurt.


    Author: Esopo







                        THE HARE AND THE TORTOISE    

One day, a hare hunted small legs and slow turtle. The Turtle smiled and said:"Think you to be swift as the wind, but I win a race." The Hare clearly considered his claim impossible, and agreed to the challenge. Fox then called to serve as a judge, to choose the path and destination.
And on the appointed day, the starting point, they departed together. The Turtle, with his step slow, but steady, determined, at any time, stopped walking.
But the hare, confident of his speed, unconcerned with the race, lay by the roadside for a quick nap. Upon waking up, ran away as fast as he could, no longer able to reach the Turtle, who has crossed the finish line, and now resting in a quiet corner.
       
 Moral of the story -   Slowly and always comes in front.

 Author: Esopo








  THE GRASSHOPPER AND THE ANTS


On a beautiful winter day the ants were having the greatest work to dry their grain reserves. After a downpour, the grains had become completely wet. Suddenly appears a cicada:

- Please, ants, give me a bit of wheat! Damn I'm hungry, I guess I'll die.

Ants stopped work, something that was against the principles of them, and said:

- But why? What did you do during the summer? Had not thought of storing food for winter?

- To be honest, I had no time - answered the buzzer. - I spent the summer singing!

- Good...If you spent the summer singing, why not spend the winter dancing? -Said the ants, and returned to work laughing.

       

Moral of the story - Lazy people reap what they deserve.
Author: Esopo     




Trabalhando em equipe

Após a leitura, compreensão, discussão e interpretação das  fábulas apresentadas, a equipe irá  preencher a tabela abaixo e apresentar para a classe.


  Fábula
  Conflito
  Desfecho
Moral da história
  Comentário






















                      


Veja abaixo alguns verbos regulares e irregulares que poderão ajudar você nas atividades de inglês. É só imprimir!!

VERBOS REGULARES
VERBOS IRREGULARES

Presente
Passado
Tradução
Presente
Passado
Tradução

amuse
answer
ask
arrive
call
clean
close
compare
complete
cook
correct
cry
dream
dress
dry
enter
examine
fish
finish
happen
help
kiss
knock
listen
live
look
love
open
paint
phone
plan
play
prepare
permit
promise
push
rain
remember
save
show
smile
stay
stop
study
talk
travel
try
wait
want
wash
watch
wish
work
use

amused
answered
asked
arrived
called
cleaned
closed
compared
completed
cooked
corrected
cried
dreamed
dressed
dried
entered
examined
fished
finished
happened
helped
kissed
knocked
listened
lived
looked
loved
opened
painted
phoned
planed
played
prepared
permitted
promised
pushed
rained
remembered
saved
showed
smiled
stayed
stopped
studied
talked
traveled
tried
waited
wanted
washed
watched
wished
worked
used

divertir
responder
pedir
chegar
chamar
limpar
fechar
comparar
completar
cozinhar
corrigir
chorar
sonhar
vestir
secar
entrar
examinar
pescar
terminar
acontecer
ajudar
beijar
bater
ouvir
morar
olhar
amar
abrir
pintar
telefonar
planejar
jogar/tocar
preparar
permitir
prometer
empurrar
chover
lembrar
economizar
mostrar
sorrir
ficar
parar
estudar
conversar
viajar
tentar
esperar
querer
lavar
assistir
desejar
trabalhar
usar



be(am,is, are)
begin
break
bring
buy
catch
choose
come
cost
cut
do
drink
drive
eat
fall
feel
find
fly
forget
get
give
go
have
hear
hold
keep
know
leave
make
meet
put
read
ride
run
say
see
sell
send
shine
sing
sit
sleep
speak
spend
stand
swim
sweep
take
teach
tell
think
wake
win
write

was/were
began
broke
brought
bought
caught
chose
came
cost
cut
did
drank
drove
ate
fell
felt
found
flew
forgot
got
gave
went
had
heard
held
kept
knew
left
made
met
put
read
rode
ran
said
saw
sold
sent
shone
sang
sat
slept
spoke
spent
stood
swam
swept
took
taught
told
thought
woke
won
wrote


ser/estar
começar
quebrar
trazer
comprar
pegar
escolher
vir
custar
cortar
fazer
beber
dirigir
comer
cair
sentir
encontrar
voar
esquecer
conseguir
dar
ir
ter
ouvir
segurar
conservar
saber
deixar
fazer
encontrar
colocar
ler
cavalgar
correr
dizer
ver
vender
mandar
brilhar
cantar
sentar
dormir
falar
gastar
ficar
nadar
varrer
tomar
ensinar
contar
pensar
acordar
ganhar
escrever

2 comentários:

  1. Estava procurando fábulas e estorias como essas em ingles. Fiquei feliz de ter encontrado no seu blog.
    Muito bom!

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  2. Meu nome é Maggaly. Sou professora de inglês numa escola do Maranhão. Gostaria de obter ajuda, conselhos e experiencias novas nessa área, poderia me ajudar? Ficaria muito grata.
    Meu contato é:
    Facebook: Maggally Leiso
    E-mail: magadhraulymas@hotmail.com
    De ja, agradeço

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