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Presented at discussion of Literature in English Language

Teaching

A KING AND TWO SERVANTS

Andi Asrifan – Kuran Puasa -


Sumarti
09 Rabiul . Tsani 1430 H- 05 April
2009 M
A KING AND TWO SERVANTS
1st Paragraph

Once / one there was a king who had two


servants who worked so well and so ………
……(1) that he made them captains in his
army. The day after they had become
captains, the king saw them and said, “Why
do you think you become captains?”
The first captain answered, “It is because I
am a lucky man”; but the second said, “It is
because you are kind and ……………(2).”

2nd Paragraph
3rd Paragraph

The king said that he liked both the captains’


answer. “To show / snow you that I am pleased
with you, I am going to give each of you a present,
“he said. “Both presents have the same ……………
(3), and both are from my own gardens.” He then
gave the first captain a coconut, and the second
captain a bunch of ripe bananas. But when he gave
the bananas to the second captain, he ……………
(4) took a very valuable ring off his finger and
pushed it into one of the bananas.
4th Paragraph

While two captains were walking / working


home, the second captain told the first that
his wife / wipe did not like bananas, asked
him whether he was ……………(5) to give
him the coconut and take the bananas.
5th Paragraph

The first captain knew that this his own wife


did not like bananas either, but as he was an
……………(6) man, he said that he would
do as the second captain wanted / hunted
because he was friend.
6th Paragraph

The second captain knew that his own wife


did not like bananas, but as he was an
unselfish man, he said that he would give the
bananas to the first captain.
7th Paragraph

That evening, the first captain began to eat the


bananas and found the ring in them. At once, he …
…………(7) to the king with it. When the king saw
it and ……………(8) what had happened, he ……
………(9) for the second captain and said to him. “I
wanted to give you the ring because you said that I
was kind and ……………(10), but it seems that
your friend really is a lucky man, as he said!”
LESSON PLAN
Revise
the stages of story
Writing
Grammar

Retell Speaking
Interview
A king and
two
servants
underline the correct words in bold
fill in the missing words
Listening

Reading aloud
Reading
Translation
Listening

• Listening and vocabulary activity:


Listen to the story and underline the correct words in bold, as you
listen; also fill in the missing words into the blank spaces.
Writing

Revise Grammar
the stages of story

(Revise the stages of story)


• Orientation: the beginning of story (the who, where, when, what
and how of the story)
• Complication (describes the conflict or dramatic point.
• Resolution (the end of the complication)
• Coda (the comment of the story that states the purpose of its
telling – in this case the moral of the story)
(GRAMMAR) Simple past tense & Simple perfect tense

Write down 5 sentences that you find at the text


enclose simple past tense and simple perfect tense
B.Simple past tense

4.……………………………………………
5.……………………………………………
6.……………………………………………
7.……………………………………………
8.……………………………………………

J.Simple perfect tense


11.……………………………………………
12.……………………………………………
13.……………………………………………
14.……………………………………………
15.……………………………………………
Speaking practice:

• Listen carefully the story which is reading by your teacher, then


try to retell what the story tell about
• Interview three people at out-class about the story, in this case
if you are as … in the story (the students have to explain the
synopsis first). After interviewed, make a reporting through
writing.
Reading & Translation Practice

• Reading aloud the story “a king and two servant” after completed
• Try to translate the fable “the students may use any dictionary”.
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