Daily Lessons for Teaching The Complete Fables

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Lesson 1 (from Fables 1-5 | Fables 6-10 | Fables 11-15)

Objective

Fables 1-5 | Fables 6-10 | Fables 11-15

In "The Eagle and the Fox" we see how the eagle out of hunger eats the fox's cubs. The fox in turn wants revenge against the eagle. This objective of this lesson plan will be to study the theme of revenge.

Lesson

1) Class Discussion: In "The Good and Bad Things" we realize that bad things happen to man faster and a lot more often than good things. Why? Has man been made by the Gods to deserve the bad more often than the good? In "The Eagle and the Fox" we see betrayal of friendship when the eagle out of hunger eats her own friend the fox's cubs. Is she justified in eating her friend's children? The fable also shows the fox's utter helplessness in taking revenge. But at the end, we see that you cannot escape the wrath of...

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