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                              BR(ABrief1)ABriefIntroductiontoFableThetermfablereferstoashortstoryinwhichanimalsorinanimateobjectsspeakandbehavelikehumans,usuallytogiveamoralpoint.esfromtheLatinfabula,“atelling.”ThegreatesttelleroffableswasAesop.HewasbelievedtobeaGreekslavewholivedinthe6thcenturyB.C.AnothergreattelleroffableswasJeandeLaFontaine.HewroteinFranceinthe17thcentury.LaFontainebasedmanyofhisfablesonthoseofAesop.BeforeReadingGlobalReadingDetailedReadingAfterReadingHomeBR(ABrief2)Someoftheirbest-knownfablesareTheLionandtheMouse,TheHareandtheTortoise,TheFoxandtheGrapes,TheShepherdBoyandtheWolf,TheFoxandtheCrow,TheDoveandtheAnt,andTheFoxandtheStork.IntheChineselanguage,efromfablessuchasTheFrogintheShallowWell(井底之蛙),HisSpearagainstHisShield(自相矛盾),MakingHisMark(刻舟求剑),OstrichLogic(掩耳盗铃)andBlessingorBane(塞翁失马).BeforeReadingGlobalReadingDetailedReadingAfterReadingHomeABriefIntroductiontoFableABriefIntroductiontoFableBeforeReadingGlobalReadingDetailedReadingAfterReadingHomeBR(ABrief1.1)Aesop(620?~560?B.C.)ancientGreekwriteroffablesABriefIntroductiontoFableBeforeReadingGlobalReadingDetailedReadingAfterReadingHomeBR(ABrief1.2)JeandeLaFontaine(1621~1695)FrenchwriterBR(Two1)TwoFamousFablesHerearesomepicturesabouttwofamousfables.OneisanAesop’sfable;theotherisaChineseone.Insmallgroups,studentsarerequiredtotalkaboutthepicturesandthinkofthefollowingquestions.1.Whatarethenamesofthefables?2.Whatlessonscanwedrawfromthefables?Fables1Fables2BeforeReadingGlobalReadingDetailedReadingAfterReadingHomeBR(Two2)TheFoxandtheGrapesBeforeReadingGlobalReadingDetailedReadingAfterReadingHomeBR(Two4)Onedayafoxpassedunderavine.Fromthevinealotofgrapeswerehanging.Hewasveryhungryandthirsty.Hesaid,“Whatafinevineitis!Thegrapesonthevinelookveryniceandsweet.”Thecolorofthegrapeswasgreen.Thegrapeswereverybig.Andthegrapesweresobigandbeautifulthatthefoxwantedtoeatthem.Thefoxsaid,“Iamthirstyandhungry.Iwanttoeatthegrapesnow.”Thefoxjumped.Thegrapesweretoohigh.Hetriedeverythingtogetthegrapes.Butitwasinvain.Atlastthefoxsaid,“Thegrapesaretoo 内容来自淘豆网www.ebki.tw转载请标明出处.
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