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Title: Fables


1
Fables
  • a story that teaches a lesson
  • characters are animals
  • animals talk


2
Fable ElementsMany things to think about before
writing a fable
  • Moral a lesson
  • Animals
  • Animals names
  • Setting
  • Introducing the animals/characters
  • Dialogue between characters
  • Sequencing events of the story
  • Conclusion of story / moral


3
Moral a life long lesson
  • Life-long lesson
  • Do unto others as you would have them do unto
    you.
  • Cheaters never win.
  • Dont judge a book by its cover.
  • Good lessons but not considered a life-long
    lesson-
  • Not a Moral
  • Pick up trash on the road.
  • Brush your teeth three times a day.
  • Dont hit your brother or sister.

Jot down a few morals you think you can use.

4
Choose your animals (2)
  • Animals should go with the moral
  • Often a good guy/bad guy relationship
  • Often they are natural enemies
  • Personification animals take on human
    characteristics
  • Good Guy/Bad Guy
  • Mouse/Snake
  • Natural Enemies
  • Cat/Dog
  • Bad snake/shark/bear/lion/rat
  • Good bunny/mouse/kitten/cow


5
SettingWhen/WhereStory takes place

6
Names of Animals
  • Names should suit the moral/story/setting
  • Slither, the snake desert
  • Tightwad Weasel pasture
  • Sly Fox forest
  • Messy Mouse barn
  • Goldie Fish - ocean/pond
  • Hairy Bear - cave
  • Fluffy Bunny - hole in ground


7
Writing the Story
  • Beginning
  • Setting
  • Middle
  • Introduce Characters
  • Problem
  • Events
  • End
  • Conclusion
  • Moral


8
Remember Fable ElementsThere are many things to
think about before writing a fable
  • Moral teaches a life-long lesson
  • Animals
  • Animals names
  • Setting
  • Introducing the animals/characters
  • Dialogue between characters
  • Sequencing events of the story
  • Conclusion of story / moral

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