P1S1-STD-L1-THEME - 1 - STORY NARRATION
P1S1-STD-L2-THEME - 1 - STORY NARRATION - PAST
P1S1-STD-L2-THEME - 1 - STORY NARRATION - LIVE / PRESENT
P1S1 – STD – CL1 – L1 – THEME – 3 – GREETINGS – STORIES
The traditional Hare and Tortoise story is maneuvered to “Greetings.”
Toto – Name of the Young Tortoise / Nick Name
Bunny – Name of the Young Rabbit / Nick Name
Kiki – Name of the squirrel (Kiki the Cyber Squirrel) / Nick Name
Foxy – Name of the Fox / Nick Name
What is Nick Name?
a familiar or humorous name given to a person or thing instead of or as well as the real name.
You can use either present or past tense for telling your stories. The present tense is often associated with literary fiction, short stories, students in writing programs and workshops, and first novels. The past tense is used in most genre novels.
If you're writing a prose story, writing in the present tense creates the same effect of making the reader feel like they're experiencing the action of the story as it's happening. This helps the reader to feel more immersed in the story than if it was told in past tense by a single character.
STORYTELLING SKILL DEVELOPMENT
(PAST, CONTINUOUS & PERFECT TENSE)
Toto and Bunny were meeting in the morning and greeted each other with “GOOD MORNING”. They have decided to go for a race. The race has started. Bunny ran fast and found that Toto was not seen and decided to take a nap.
However, Toto was walking slowly. During the walk, he met Kiki and they introduced themselves.
Kiki introduced Foxy to Toto.
Foxy and Kiki have also joined Toto and started walking. In the afternoon, on the way, they saw that Bunny was sleeping. Toto introduced Kiki and Foxy to Bunny. They even greeted Bunny, “GOOD AFTERNOON”. But did not find any response from Bunny.
In the meantime, Toto started walking towards the finishing pole and reached it.
All of a sudden, Bunny woke up. He ran fast toward the finishing pole and saw that Toto has already reached the goal. Toto was greeting Bunny, “GOOD EVENING”. Bunny too greeted back.
After that, all greeted each other with “GOODBYE” and dispersed.
STORYTELLING SKILL DEVELOPMENT
(PRESENT, CONTINUOUS, AND PERFECT TENSE LIVE NARRATION)
Toto and Bunny are meeting in the morning and greet each other “GOOD MORNING”. They decide to go for a race. The race starts. Bunny runs fast and finds Toto is not seen in the midway, so he decides to take a nap.
However, Toto is walking slowly. During the walk, he meets Kiki and they introduce themselves.
Kiki introduces Foxy to Toto.
Foxy and Kiki join Toto and starts walking. In the afternoon, on the way, they see that Bunny is sleeping. Toto introduces Kiki and Foxy to Bunny. They even greet Bunny, “GOOD AFTERNOON”. But does not get any response from Bunny.
In the meantime, Toto starts walking towards the finishing pole and reaches it.
All of a sudden, Bunny wakes up and runs fast toward the finishing pole. But he sees that Toto has already reached it. Toto is Greeting Bunny, “GOOD EVENING”. Bunny too greets back.
After that, all are greeting each other with “GOODBYE” and disperse.
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