This lesson contains 46 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.
Lesson duration is: 40 min
Items in this lesson
Slide 1 - Slide
How's your mood today? (Hope it's not bad)
Slide 2 - Poll
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Expected Learning Outcomes
Learners will be able to :
1. know more about the Hawaiian culture and folklore.
2. read the text with the proper tone and intonation.
3. infer the meanings of unfamiliar words by reading them in context.
4. answer the question based on the text.
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"Storytelling is a great way for grandparents to spend time and connect with grandchildren. Short stories often imbibe morals in an interactive manner that doesn't feel like a lecture." Growing up, which Mythological story/ folktale ,inspired you the most and why?
Slide 7 - Open question
Hawaii is a state in the Western United States located in the Pacific Ocean about 2,000 miles (3,200 km) from the U.S. mainland. It is the only state outside North America, the only state composed entirely of islands, and the only state in the tropics.
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Slide 9 - Map
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The world of Hawaii in the days of old was filled with the spirits of the ancestors and the gods. Choose the antonym of ancestors.
All of the above
Slide 12 - Quiz
How did the Hawaiian people record their history?
Slide 13 - Mind map
According to the Hawaiian folklore, where did the "aumakua" or the ancestral guardian spIrits reside?
Slide 14 - Open question
Choose the synonym of "Abundance" from the options given below.
Slide 15 - Quiz
List a few uses of ulu or the breadfruit tree.
Slide 16 - Open question
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Choose the synonym of "repellent" from the options given below.
Slide 19 - Quiz
How the Polynesians ensure that breadfruit tree is spread across different lands?
Slide 20 - Open question
Cite one example from the text to show that Ku was a strong man.
Slide 21 - Open question
Choose the synonym of "wretched" from the options given below.
Slide 22 - Quiz
Complete Exercise number 1,2,3 in the Coursebook .
(Learn words -page number 66)
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Now,I CAN Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words by reading them in context
read and comprehend the text to answer the factual and inferential questions.
Slide 24 - Poll
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Expected Learning Outcomes
infer the meaning of unfamiliar words by reading them in context.
read and comprehend the remainder of the text to answer the factual and inferential questions.
State the theme of the chapter.
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According to the text--
Slide 31 - Drag question
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What prompted Ku to sacrifice his life and go away from his family?
Slide 34 - Open question
Choose the antonym of "compassion" from the options given below.
Slide 35 - Quiz
The family kept a vigil by the spot where he had buried himself. Choose the antonym of "vigil" from the options given below
Slide 36 - Quiz
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A murmur was heard among the crowd. Choose the synonym of "murmur" from the options given below.
Slide 39 - Quiz
"The family watched with wonder". Why was the family wonderstruck?
Slide 40 - Open question
Filling the sky with glistening leaves and ripe fruits. Choose the option which is closest in meaning to "glistening".
Slide 41 - Quiz
Put yourself in Ku's position. Do you think you would be able to take the same steps Ku took for the sake of his people? Why?/Why not?
Slide 42 - Open question
Short question and answers
Complete question number -11,12 in the notebook.
(Word limit 30 to 40 words)
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Serial number 2.3 ,day/date
A character sketch simply summarizes the key personality traits, background, behaviour and nature of a particular character.
With reference to the above lines write the character sketch of "KU"
(Word limit-60 to 80 words)
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Now,I CAN Infer the meaning of unfamiliar words by reading them in context read and comprehend the text to answer the factual and inferential questions. Now ,I know about the Hawaiian Tradition