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FABLES a short tale in which the chief characters are animals and sometime inanimate objects that act and talk like human. The fable must always point a moral lessons. Often the theme or moral appears at the end of the story.

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SOURCES OF FABLES Aesop Panchatantra Jatakas La Fontaigne

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CHARACTERISTICS OF FABLES Characteristics of the story are usually animals. Animals are made to think, act, and talk like a human beings. The moral lesson of the story is usually at the end. The story is usually short. Animals personify human beings. The fable is full of actions and conversations. Full of humour and funny situations. Some have tragic and dramatic series of events.

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VALUES OF FABLES

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They give delight and enjoyment to both children and adults. They teach ethical truth in an attractive manner or form. They provide background for the understanding of many new or current expressions and allusions.

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4. Some of the fables serve as a guide to good conduct on the child’s level of experience. 5. Children enjoy the fable because of the prominent part played by animals.

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6. They touch moral and spiritual sense of values. 7. They cultivate thinking and imagination. 8. They are good for storytelling and dramatization purposes.

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EXAMPLES OF FABLES

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THE LION AND THE MOUSE

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THE CROW AND THE PITCHER

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THE FOX AND THE CROW

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THE MILKMAID AND HER PAIL

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THE ANTS AND THE GRASSHOPPER

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THE HARE AND THE TURTLE

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PROVERBS AND EXPRESSIONS

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Practice what you preach ---- “ The Wolf and the Donkey” One good turn deserves another. “ The Dove and the Ant” Sour Grapes. “ The Fox and the Grapes” Example is the best teacher. “ The Two Crabs” Don’t be ambitious. “ The Town Mouse and The Country Mouse”

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Don’t be greedy. “ The Dog and His Shadow” Slowly but surely. “ The Hare and the Tortoise” If there’s a will, there’s a way. “ The Crow and the Pitcher” Common sense is better than force. “ The Wind and The Sun” Don’t leave for tomorrow what you can do today. “ The Ant and the Grasshopper”

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It takes time to attain success. “ The Goose With The Golden Eggs” Be yourself if you want to be your best. The Crow and the Partridge” Your best friend can be your worst enemy. “ The Turtle and The Eagle” God helps those who help themselves. “Hercules and the Wagoner” Don’t be boastful. “ The Frog and the Ox”

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PREPARED BY: Carredo , Gilbert Malipot , Beverly Ysatam , Analyn