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Jungle Book

Jungle Book

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by Rudyard Kipling


The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling The stories were first published in magazines in 1893–4. The original publications contained illustrations, some by Rudyard's father, John Lockwood Kipling. Already been made into drama, films, television show and others.

The present generation may associate the "Jungle Book" more with Walt Disney than Kipling, but they should read the classic to experience its magic. Walt Disney has helped popularize the jungle adventures of the skinny boy, Mowgli and his animal friends - Bagheera, the panther and Baloo, the bear.

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Mowgli’s Brothers Kaa’s Hunting Tiger Tiger The White Seal Rikki-Tikki-Tavi Toomai of the Elephants Servants of the Queens

The best-known of them are the three stories revolving around the adventures of an abandoned 'man cub' Mowgli who is raised by wolves in the Indian jungle. The most famous of the other stories are probably “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi", the story of a heroic mongoose, and “Toomai of the Elephants", the tale of a young elephanthandler.

It is very suitable for children / young adult who interested in fantasy stories.   Concern about environment and encourage the readers to appreciate nature. Kipling shows us how nature lives; how the animals live together and highlights how man's behaviour is different from that of the animals.

Jungle Book tales are innocent, lively stories filled with talking animals, averted dangers, and moral values. Kipling shows how Mowgli, Toomai, and various animals confront danger, learn to overcome it, and in the process become aware of the diversity and meaning of life.

The central characters, whether they be human or animal, learn much about the evil of the jungle and of human beings, but they also learn about goodness and develop their own values. Touch about responsibility -Kipling tells us that even the biggest, most powerful predator has some responsibility to the other animals and the well-being of the community.  

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Ask students to imagine if they have to live with wild animals in the jungle.Discuss about their feelings and opinions before introduce the story Use pictures / movies and songs that related to the Jungle Book to attract the students. Ask students to do a role-play. Students need to move / react / sound like the characters. Exp. Hathi— An Indian elephant Baloo – A Sloth Bear

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Nor Yuslinda binti Muhamad Yusof 2006104001

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