Day 2 - The Three Little Pigs pt. 2
The Three Little Pigs pt. 2
The three little pigs dance. One little pig sees a wolf. The wolf is hungry! The three little pigs are scared! They run to their houses! One pig runs to his straw house. One pig runs to his stick house. One pig runs to his brick house.
Possessive = mine, ours, yours, his, hers, its, their, my
Used with a proper noun (he / she / I / Name) to show ownership (-의)
Ex. this is my / this is our / this is his / this is her / this is its / this is their … apple.
1. This is my toy → This is my _____.
2. This is their apple. → This is their _____.
3. This is our dad. → This is our _____.
Discussion Questions수업 시간에 꼭 다루는 질문들이에요.
→ I think the (stick, straw, brick) house is strong.
1.Which house is strong? Stick, straw, brick?
→ Yes, I think pigs are yummy. I like to eat pig with my family! / No, I think pigs are not yummy. I don’t like the taste
2.Are pigs yummy? Why?
→ Yes, the pigs are smart. Because they can build a house. / No, the pigs aren’t smart. Because the houses are not good.
3.Are the pigs smart? Why?
→ Yes, wolves are scary! They have big teeth! / No, wolves are not scary. They are big dogs. They are cute!
4.Are wolves scary? Why?
→ If I saw a wolf, I would ( run / hide / scream / dance).
5.If you saw a wolf, what would you do?
→ If I had to hide from a wolf, I would hide in (my house / a car / a hole / a cookie).
6.If you had to hide from the wolf, where would you hide?