[Story Kids 5] The Ant and The Dove | Teaching English for Kids | Language Leads Love | Cartoon Kid


Be Creative, Learning english with your childs at home. 

Doing the same things in class every day is boring for your students, and you’re liable to fall asleep on the job, too. So be creative with your plans.
Change things up on a regular basis. Rearrange your students’ seats so they get a different inspirational view from time to time. Give your students the test before you teach the material, and let them answer the questions as they learn. Invite guest speakers in whenever you get the chance.
You can keep the same basic schedule every day, but vary the types of exercises you do. Rotate between doing exercises from the textbook, having students work on the computer on social media or ESL learning websites, and giving them real-life materials to work with rather than ESL materials.

Try a poem by Robert Frost rather than a simple reading passage. You can also have students come up with their own games, activities and exercises. Have your students write quiz question for each other, or give them some simple game supplies and let them make thier own review game for the latest grammar point. You might be surprised at how creative students can be.

STORY TODAY:

The Ant and the Dove
 One hot day, an ant was searching for some water. After walking around for some time, she came to a spring. To reach the spring, she had to climb up a blade of grass. While making her way up, she slipped and fell into the water. She could have drowned if a dove up a nearby tree had not seen her. Seeing that the ant was in trouble, the dove quickly plucked a leaf and dropped it into the water near the struggling ant. The ant moved towards the leaf and climbed up onto it. Soon, the leaf drifted to dry ground, and the ant jumped out. She was safe at last.Just at that time, a hunter nearby was about to throw his net over the dove, hoping to trap it.Guessing what he was about to do, the ant quickly bit him on the heel. Feeling the pain, the hunter dropped his net. The dove was quick to fly away to safety.One good turn begets another.



KIẾN VÀ BỒ CÂU

Vào một ngày nóng nực, một con kiến đang tìm kiếm một ít nước. Sau khi đi dạo quanh một lúc lâu, nó đã đến một dong suối. Để đi qua được dòng suối, nó đã phải leo lên một chiếc lá mỏng. Trong khi leo lên, nó trượt ngã xuống nước.
Con kiến có thể bị chết đuối nếu chim bồ câu ở  gần đó  không nhìn thấy nó. Nhìn thấy con kiến đang gặp rắc rối, chim bồ câu nhanh chóng nhặt lá và ném nó xuống nước gần con kiến đang vất vả. Con kiến di chuyển về phía lá và leo lên nó. Chẳng bao lâu lá bay trôi xuống đất khô, con kiến nhảy ra ngoài. Cuối cùng nó cũng an toàn.
Ngay lúc đó, một thợ săn gần đó ném lưới của mình qua chim bồ câu, hy vọng sẽ bẫy được nó.
Đoán được những gì sắp xảy ra, con kiến nhanh chóng cắn gót chân của gã thợ săn. Cảm thấy đau đớn, gã thợ săn bỏ lưới của mình lại. Chim bồ câu nhanh chóng bay đi an toàn.
Bài học:  Ở hiền gặp lành.

[Story Kids 5] The Ant and The Dove | Teaching English for Kids | Language Leads Love | Cartoon Kid

[Story Kids 5] The Ant and The Dove | Teaching English for Kids | Language Leads Love | Cartoon Kid

[Story Kids 5] The Ant and The Dove | Teaching English for Kids | Language Leads Love | Cartoon Kid

[Story Kids 5] The Ant and The Dove | Teaching English for Kids | Language Leads Love | Cartoon Kid

[Story Kids 5] The Ant and The Dove | Teaching English for Kids | Language Leads Love | Cartoon Kid

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