Unit 2 grade 11: Relationships – Project
1. Task 1 Unit 2 Grade 11 Project
Your group is going to take part in a storytelling contest organized by your school. Each group member tells a story about friendship or teacher-student relationships. Think about the following questions. (My group is about to participate in a story telling contest organized by their school. Each member of the group tells a story about a friendship, or a teacher-student relationship. Think about the suggested questions below. )
– When and where did it happen? (When and where does the story take place?)
– What happened to the people in the story? (What happened to the people in the story?)
– What do you like most about the story, or what lessons can you learn from the story? (What did you like best about that story, or what lesson did you learn from it?)
Guide to answer
Tom and John were two friends. One day they were passing through a dense forest.
John said, ‘Friend, I am afraid there are wild beasts in this forest. What will we do if a wild beast attacks us?’
‘Don’t be afraid, John,’ said Tom, ‘I shall stand by your side if any danger comes. We shall fight together and save ourselves.’
Then they went on their journey. But suddenly they saw a bear coming towards them. Immediately, Tom climbed up the nearest tree. He did not think what his friend would do. John did not know how to climb a tree. He had no way of escape. He was helpless.
The bear came up to John. It smelt his nose, ears, and eyes. It took him to be dead and went away. Then Tom came down from the tree. He said to John, ‘What did the bear whisper in your ear?’
John said, ‘The bear told me not to trust a friend who leaves his friend in danger.
Moral: An insincere and evil friend is more to be feared than a wild beast since a wild beast can harm your body, but an evil friend can wound your soul.
Tom and John are two friends. One day, they passed through a dense forest.
John said, ‘Friend, I’m afraid there are wild animals in this forest. What will we do if a wild animal attacks us?’
‘Fear not, John,’ said Tom, ‘I will stand by your side if danger comes. We will fight together and save our lives.’
They then continued their journey. But suddenly they saw a bear coming towards them. Immediately, Tom climbed the nearest tree. He didn’t think his friend would do. John doesn’t know how to climb a tree. There was no way he could escape. He is powerless. The bear approached John. It sniffed his nose, ears, and eyes. It thought he was dead and went away.
Then Tom came down from the tree. He said to John, ‘What is the bear whispering in your ear?’
John said, ‘The bear told me not to trust a man who put his friend in danger’.
The moral lesson of the story: An dishonest and evil friend is scarier than a wild animal because a wild animal can harm your body, but a bad friend can hurt your soul.
2. Task 2 Unit 2 Grade 11 Project
Your group chooses the best story which meets the following criteria. (Your group chooses the best story that meets the criteria below.)
– Content: interesting and relevant to the topic; convevino, a moral message. (Content: good and relevant to the topic, conveys a moral message.)
– Use of expressive voice, facial expression and gestures, mime, pace, rhythm, eye contact and engagement with the audience. (Has an expressive voice, expressing facial expressions, gestures, gestures, rhythm, eye contact, and engaging listeners.)
At the end of the new Unit 2 English Grade 11 – Project, students need to support each other in the group to complete the content of this project and confidently present it to the class.