Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Moral Of The Story To The Hare And The Tortoise

Your Challenge: To explain how a morale from a fable applies to your life

Plan: Paragraph 1: Retell and summarize an Aesop Fable of your choice
Paragraph 2: Explain the morale of the fable.
Paragraph 3: How does the morale apply to your life? What have you learnt?

Paragraph 1: The Hare And The Tortoise story is about cocky fast hare races a slow and steady tortoise to the top of the hill and back down. The race starts and the hare runs off at the speed of lightning while the tortoise is crawling off the starting line slowly like a snail. The hare gets to the top of the hill sees the tortoise still at the starting line. Then the hare decides to take a nap. A few hours later the tortoise finally reaches the top of the hill goes back down. Hare wakes up sees the tortoise near the finish line runs as fast as he can but it is too late the tortoise crossed the line before him.

Paragraph 2: The moral of the story is slow and steady wins the race. Don’t rush take your time. So when you race always go SLOW AND STEADY!

Paragraph 3: The moral apply's to my life by letting me know that do not get cocky in any thing such as sports, running, school work, etc. 
I learnt not to act cocky or act like your the best at something like running. Also take your time and do things properly.

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