The book has been conceptualized to maximize the potential and use of folktales in the classroom at the upper primary school level. Twenty five tales are retold to suit the age and interest of the learners, and tasks like pre-reading, while-reading and post-reading stages have been designed to teach folktales to facilitate language skills development through classroom interaction. Overall, the book will develop comprehension, vocabulary, speaking and writing skills. Learners will also pick up aspects of syntax and grammar through reading.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Goddess of the House
Chapter 2 The Golden Bird
Chapter 3 The Lazy Left His Laziness
Chapter 4 The Birth of the Owl
Chapter 5 The Hen and Her Chickens
Chapter 6 The Fisherman and His Wife
Chapter 7 The Tiger and the Chameleon
Chapter 8 Who will Dig the Earth?
Chapter 9 The Forest Men and the Crow
Chapter 10 The Blind Tiger
Chapter 11 Why do Children Love the White Eagle?
Chapter 12 The Snake-Charmer
Chapter 13 And the Tiger Stayed in the Forest
Chapter 14 How Marang Bonga Created Earth
Chapter 15 The Doll Wife
Chapter 16 Three Magic Objects
Chapter 17 Thug and Master-Thug
Chapter 18 Kadabu, Kadabu
Chapter 19 The King and the Peasant
Chapter 20 Friendship is the Greatest Wealth
Chapter 21 The Vulture that Could not See
Chapter 22 The Boy and the Wild Buffaloes
Chapter 23 The Parrot and the Sparrow
Chapter 24 A True Friend
Chapter 25 If You Pay, You will be Paid Off
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