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Explain the moral of a story
Upper intermidiate level


In this class students read an listen to a text and learn new vocabularues and pharsal verbs,reading speed


Abc Reading

Main Aims

  • To provide fluency and accuracy speaking practice in a Debate and conversation through comprehension checking in the context of Story
  • To provide clarification of language used for Phrasal verbs ,prepositions in the context of Story

Subsidiary Aims

  • To provide fluency speaking practice in a Debate conversation through comprehension checking in the context of Story


Warm-up /lead in (3-5 minutes) • to set the context and engage students

The teacher tells a story (the teacher has an inner shahrzad) about atar neishabouri and and asks the students if they know what a fable is and engages the students by getting them to talk in pairs about fables and a good book on fables if they know one

Pre-reading (4-6 minutes) • to make the text accissable

the teacher works on some words : stubborn ,glare,feast,yawn by sticking 4 pictures on the board and writing the meaning on the board asks the students to match them to thier meaning and there will be a whole class discussion about stubborness and the question is are you stubborn and who is the most stubborn person you know

while reading (5-10 minutes) • skimming the reading

the students are asked to read the title and talk about the picture on the page and then predicting the story they read the text to answer the question : do you think they will have a good marriage ? the teacher asks comprehension questions : what did start the fight? what did the bride suggest to do ? what did the thieves do when the couple didnt move ? why did she speak?

Post reading (5-7 minutes) • scaning and gist reading

they will discuss the questions :do you think the wife should have closed the door when her husband first asked her to do ? do you agree that the husband won? and will be given an exercise : the teacher writes 5 words : utter,dawn, contest,loot,yell and asks the students to underline these words and then to fill the blanks with the words they underlined

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