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The Three Little Pigs

Secuencia didáctica para trabajar con estudiantes de inglés a partir de la lectura de un cuento conocido: The Three Little Pigs.

Creado: 05/05/2022 | Actualizado: el viernes pasado a las 20:08

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Los tres chanchitos

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The Three Little Pigs

¡Bienvenidas y bienvenidos! Vamos a escuchar y a seguir la lectura del cuento Los tres chanchitos. Y luego, continuamos disfrutando de la historia con estas actividades.

 

1. Name the elements in the story. Write the names for these pics. 

1. The Three Little Pigs    

A pot of hot water

The house of bricks

The BIG BAD WOLF 

The house of sticks 

The chimney

Mommy Pig  

The Three Little Pigs 

The house of straw

 

 

 

 

 

 

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✂️(Cut out the cards. Glue the pics on your notebook.)

Las imágenes utilizadas con fines pedagógicos fueron tomadas de Pixabay, salvo Mamá Pig en blanco y negro que es de Brooke, Leslie L. The Story of the Three Little Pigs (1904). 

 

📚 2. It’s Story Time! Listen to the story. Follow along in your copy.

Audio Three Little Pigs:

 

THE THREE LITTLE PIGS

This is Mommy Pig and the three little pigs. 

One day, Mommy Pig said:

“My little pigs, it’s time for you to go. Build your own houses. And watch out for the BIG BAD WOLF! He likes to eat little pigs. Good-bye!”

The three little pigs said: 

“Yay! It’s time to go! Bye-bye, Mommy!”

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In the forest, the three little pigs started to build their houses.

The first little pig built his house of straw

One, two, three the house was done!

“Now, I can play!” he said. And he did.

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The second little pig built his house of sticks

One, two, three… the house was done! 

“Now, I can dance!” he said. And he did.

The third little pig built his house of bricks. Brick by brick, brick by brick… the house was done. 

It was a good house. And it was strong. 

“Now, I can rest!” he said. And he did.

 

But in the forest, someone was watching…

It was the BIG BAD WOLF!

And he said:

“I like little pigs! Yummy!”

So the next day, he showed up.

He went to the house of straw.

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Knock, knock, knock! 

Little pig, Little pig, let me come in,” called the wolf.  

“No, no no! Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin,” said the little pig.

“Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down,” said the wolf.

He huffed and he puffed. And he blew the house of straw down.

The first little pig ran to his brother’s house, the house of sticks.

“Help! Help!” he cried. “The BIG BAD WOLF is coming!

The wolf went to the house of sticks.

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Knock, knock, knock! 

Little pigs, Little pigs, let me come in,” called the wolf.  

“No, no no! Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin,” said the little pigs.

“Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down,” said the wolf.

He huffed and he puffed. He huffed and he puffed. And he blew the house of sticks down.

The two little pigs ran to their brother’s house, the house of bricks.

“Help! Help!” they cried. “The BIG BAD WOLF is coming!

The wolf went to the house of bricks.

Knock, knock, knock!  

Little pigs, Little pigs, let me come in,” he called.

“No, no no! Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin,” said the little pigs.

“Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down,” said the wolf.

He huffed and he puffed. And he huffed and he puffed. Huffed and puffed. Huffed and puffed. BUT he could not blow the house of bricks down. Now, the wolf was furious!

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Brick by brick, the wolf got to the chimney on top of the house.

He went down the chimney and… PLOP! 

Right into a pot of hot water!

“Help! Help!” he cried. 

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And he ran and ran and ran… And he never came back.

The three little pigs lived happily ever after.

THE END

Las imágenes utilizadas con fines pedagógicos fueron tomadas de: Brooke, Leslie L. The Story of the Three Little Pigs (1904) (imágenes 1, 2, 3, 7 y 8); y Hartley, Dick; Kirby-Parrish L. All About The Three Little Pigs (1914) (imágenes  4, 5 y 6).

 

💬 3. What’s your favorite…? Circle and write your preferences.

Did you like the story in English?   👍 Yes!         👎No!
What’s your favorite character?  The Wolf  -  Pig 1  -  Pig 2  -   Pig 3
What’s your favorite part 1  -   2   -   3   -   4   -  5   -   6   -   7
What’s your favorite picture 1  -   2   -   3  -  4   -  5   -   6   -   7 -  8

 

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My favorite character is _____________________________________________.

My favorite part is _____________________________________________.

And my favorite picture is _____________________________________________.

 

✍ 4. Bye-bye, Mommy! The Three Little Pigs say goodbye. 

LOOK! Saying goodbye

Bye, Mom!                  Bye-Bye, Mommy!

Goodbye!                    Goodbye, Mum!

See you!                     See you later!

4.1. Happy or Sad? It’s time to go for the Three Little Pigs. Are they happy? Are they sad?

Circle your option. 

SAD HAPPY

 

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The Three Little Pigs are _____________________________________________.

They say: _____________________________________________.

 

5. One, Two, Three… The house was done! Who said it? Listen and match.

Little Pig Number One “Now, I can rest!”
Little Pig Number Two “Now, I can dance!”
Little Pig Number Three “Now, I can play!”

 

5.1. For effect: Phrasing. Read again. What’s the effect? Circle your choices.

1. “One, two, three… The house was done!”   

 Fast - Slow - Easy - Difficult

2. “Brick by brick, brick by brick… The house was done! It was a good house. And it was strong.”

 Fast - Slow - Easy - Difficult

 

FAST SLOW EASY DIFFICULT

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✍ 6. Knock, knock, knock! Listen to these lines again. Put them in order. Roleplay.

  “Little pig, little pig, let me come in!”
1 Knock, knock, knock!
  Help, help! The Wolf is coming!”
  “Then I’ll huff and I’ll puff and I’ll blow your house down!”
  “No, no, no! Not by the hair of my chinny chin chin.” 

 

6.1. For Effect: Repetition. Listen and read again. What’s the effect?

LOOK!

Alguna chicas y algunos chicos piensan que esta frase es muy graciosa. ¿Ustedes qué piensan? Lean y escuchen la escena con estas líneas.

“He huffed and he puffed.

And he huffed and he puffed. 

Huffed and puffed. 

Huffed and puffed. 

BUT he could NOT blow 

the house of bricks down.” 

That's funny!

 

💡 7. PLOP! The Wolf and Pig Number 3. 

LOOK!

Hay estudiantes que piensan que el tercer chanchito y el lobo se parecen. ¿Ustedes qué piensan? Lean y escuchen estas palabras.

¿Las usarían para hablar de alguno de ellos?

 

PATIENT - INTELLIGENT - CRUEL

 

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The Wolf is _____________________________________________.

Pig number 3 is _____________________________________________.

 

✍ 8. The Story. Order the sequence. Number the pictures 1-8. Account for your choices. 

















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LOOK! Super Simple English: Ordering. Examples:

Number one: Mommy pig and the three little pigs. 

Number two: Pig Number One. The house of straw. 

This is three, this is four and this is five…

 

💬 9. Tell it again! Use all the prompters above to tell the story again. Start like this and little by little add more and more to your story. Your Teacher writes down for you on the board. 

MOMMY PIG

“Bye bye, Little Pigs!”

LITTLE PIGS

“Yay! Bye Bye, Mom!”

PIG NUMBER ONE

“…”

 

Imagen de portada: Pixabay