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What Can You Learn From the Story?

Jawab Haikal September 11, 2022

What message we can learn from the story?

A theme is the message, or lesson, that the reader learns by reading the story. Sometimes a story has a particular kind of message, known as a moral. A moral is a type of message that teaches a reader a life lesson, such as what is right or wrong, how to make decisions, or how to treat other people.

What could we learn from the fox?

The Fox has an extraordinary hearing ability, and it knows this. It can hear low-frequency sounds, which helps it pinpoint and target its prey. Thus it focuses on honing that ability from pup to adulthood. It doesn’t waste his time trying to learn how to run as fast as a cheetah or to become as powerful as a lion.

Why telling your story is important?

Telling stories is one of the most powerful means that leaders have to influence, teach, and inspire. What makes storytelling so effective for learning? For starters, storytelling forges connections among people, and between people and ideas. Stories convey the culture, history, and values that unite people.

What is a moral message?

A moral (from Latin morālis) is a message that is conveyed or a lesson to be learned from a story or event. The moral may be left to the hearer, reader, or viewer to determine for themselves, or may be explicitly encapsulated in a maxim. A moral is a lesson in a story or in real life.

What is the moral of the story the fox and the grapes?

The lesson that we can learn through this interesting story is that it is natural for us to dislike or scorn something that is not within our reach. This short story also teaches us to work hard to achieve our goals instead of pretending that it is not worth the try.

Why do I like foxes?

Foxes are beautiful animals, with their delicate faces and bushy tails, but don’t just love them for their good looks. Foxes are intriguing animals, known for their intelligence, playfulness, and lithe athleticism.

Are foxes loving?

She’s found that when they do, these animals are incredibly peaceful and loving. They groom one another, play, and cuddle. And while they hunt alone, foxes live in extremely close and affectionate family units while raising their young.

What is the purpose of a story?

Stories bring facts to life, make the abstract concrete and, through meaning making, walk the listener through the mind of the scientist or mathematician (Ellis, 2005) to understand the value and application of such concepts. Wells (1986) argued that storytelling is a fundamental means of meaning making.

How do you think stories can help us learn about the past?

Stories connect the past and present to the future. Our stories and our learning from them honors and respects our ancestors and us. They can awaken future generations to their potential. They model a way to use their stories to release themselves as they connect to their history and to our values.

References:

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  4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral
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