Your Challenge: To explain how a morale from a fable applies to your life
You will need to think about:
- What fable you will choose and why
- How many and what characters will be in your story
- Your use of speech and the correct punctuation
- A Problem and solution
- Your attention to detail
Paragraph 1: Retell and summarise 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?
Title: Emperor's New Clothing
Start Writing Here
This story is about an Emperor who was excessively fond of new clothes, that he spent all his money in dress. He did not care about his servants all he cared about was himself and how he looks. He will only go out to watch theatre or plays when he has the chance to show off. He had a different suit for each hour of the day.
The Moral of the story is Don't assume others are right simply because you perceive their status to be higher than yours. This means do not think you are better than everyone else.
The moral of the story helped me make my own