Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox Once upon a time a fox became a

Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox Once upon a time a fox became a

Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox Once upon a time a fox became a problem to a nomadic settlement. This fox attacked and ate their goats and sheep. One da...

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Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox Once upon a time a fox became a problem to a nomadic settlement. This fox attacked and ate their goats and sheep. One day the people gathered together to plan how they could kill this troublesome fox. The people decided to set a trap. The fox fell into the trap that was set for her. After awhile, the people came and tied her to a tree. The people decided to throw the fox into the fire. They dug a hole near the tree where the fox was tied, and they gathered wood and they put the wood into the hole. They lit a fire, and said, “Let’s come back when the fire is ready. Then we will throw this troublesome fox into the hole.” Soon after the people left, a very hungry hyena came by. He heard the fox whining. He came closer, thinking he could steal the fox’s meal. He was very surprised to see that the fox was tied up to a tree. “What happened?” he asked.

The fox answered, “My uncle tied me here. My uncle really loves me. He tied me to this tree because he saw how thin and weak I am. He went out to kill a goat to cook in this fire so I can eat to get fat again. But I am not hungry now because I’ve been eating so much meat lately. Every time I try to escape, my uncle catches me, ties me to a tree, and he makes me eat more meat. Every time I eat, I get a stomach ache. I’m afraid that my uncle will kill me if I can’t eat the meat.” The hyena opened her mouth very wide because fat juicy meat was her favorite food. The fox said, “Untie me from this tree so I can then tie you up. Then you can eat the meat, and I won’t have a stomach ache.” The hyena agreed to the plan. He untied the fox, and the fox tied the hyena to the tree. When the people returned to where they had tied the fox to the tree, they found the hyena tied to the tree instead. They were surprised, and said, “Hyena, where is the fox?”

Then the hyena said, “I untied her. Now she is gone. The fox said that she was not hungry. I’ll eat the meat you brought for her.” Then the people threw the hyena into the fire. The greedy and foolish hyena died in the fire.

The lesson: You will be punished if you are too greedy.

Story 1 SHEEKADA KOWAAD WARAABE IYO DAWACO Bari ayaa dawaco adhi fara badan ka cuni jirtay reero meel deggan. Adhigaas oo riyo iyo idaba lahaa. Maalin danbe ayaa dadkii meel isugu yimaadeen waxaaney ka wada hadleen sidii ay dawacadaa dhibta badan iskaga dili lahaayeen. Waxay dadkii talo ku gaadheen in dabin loo dhigo dawacada. Dawacadii waxay ku dhacday dabinkii loo dhigay. Dadkii waxay ku xidheen dawacadii geed jiridiis, si looga aarsado oo waxaa talo lagu gaadhey in dab lagu dhex rido. Dadkii waxay soo gureen qoryo xaabo ah oo aad u badan. Waxay xaabadii ka buuxsheen god aad u weyn oo ay ka qodeen geedkii ay dawacadu ku xidhnayd agtiisa. Markaas ayey xaabadii dab ku huriyeen waxayna yidhaahdeen, “Aan iska tagno, oo marka dabku uu aad u shidmo ku soo noqonno oo dawacada ku dhex ridno.” Waraabe aad u gaajaysan ayaa wuxuu maqlay cidii dawacada. Markaas ayuu soo orday oo is yidhi, aad ka

eryatid neefka ay dilootey maanta, waraabihii wuxuu u yimi dawacadii xidhneyd. Intuu yaabey ayuu ku yidhi, “Naa dawaco yaa geedka kugu xidh-xidhay?” Markaas ayey dawacadii tidhi, “Waxa igu xidhay adeerkay.” Waraabihii (Dhurwaa) ayaa hadana yidhi, “Oo muxuu kuu xidhay?” Dawacadii ayaa tidhi, “Adeerkay aad buu ii jicelyahay.” Wuxuu arkay in aan caato ahay markaa wuxuu ii qalay wan weyn oo aad u buuran. Dabkaasna wankaas ayaa lagu karin doonaa. Aniguna waan diidanahay in aan cuno wankaas buuran, waayo gaajo ima hayso oo maalmahan oo dhan ayaan hilib cunayey, oo waxaan ka cabsanayaa inaan calool xanuun ka qaado. Markii aan damcay in aan ka tagana, intuu i soo qabtay ayuu geedkan igu xidhay. Markaan hilibkii cuni kari waayeyna wuu i diley. Waraabihii ayaa intuu afka aad u kala qabtay illeen waa wax hilib iyo baruur jecele yidhi, “Ihi! ihi! ihi! aniga ayaa xariga kaa furaya ee aniga geedka igu xidh, si aan anigu u cuno hilibkaas adiguna uga nabad gasho.” Markii dadkii ku soo noqdeen meeshii dawacadu ku xidhnayd, si ay dabka ugu

dhex tuuraan, waxay u yimaaddeen waraabe ku xidhan geedkii. Dadkii ayaa intey yaabeen yidhi, “War Waraabe meeday dawacadii?” Markaas ayuu waraabihii yidhi, “aniga ayaa xarigii ka furay oo way tagtay.” Dadkii ayaa yidhi, “Oo maxaad uga furtay?” Waraabihii wuxuu yidhi, “waxay i tidhi dawacadii aniga gaajo ima hayso, ee hilibka la ii keeni lahaa adigu cun.” Markaas ayey dadkii isagii dabkii ku tuureen. Sidaas ayaa waraabihii isku darsaday hunguri xumada iyo doqonnimada ku dhintay. °°°°° Dulucda sheekada: Waxay Soomaalidu sheekooyin keeda had iyo jeer ku sheegtaa in dawacadu ay tahay midda ugu khayaamo iyo caqli badan habar dugaag oo dhan, waraabuhuna (dhurwaa) uu yahay ka ugu doqonsan.

Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox A Play Time:

A long time ago

Place:

In the country in Somalia where sheep and goats graze

Characters: narrator

herdsman 1

fox

herdsman 2

hyena

herdsman 3

Narrator:

A long time ago a fox attacked and ate the sheep and goats of some Somali herdsmen. The herdsmen set a trap for the fox. The fox was caught and tied to a tree.

Fox:

Let me go! Let me go!

Herdsman 1:

Let’s dig a hole next to this tree. Then we can gather some wood for a fire.

Herdsman 2:

Great idea! We can then build a fire to cook this troublesome fox.

Herdsman 3:

This fox will never bother us again. Let’s go.

Fox:

Wait, don’t burn me up. Let me go, and I promise never to eat your sheep and goats again.

Herdsman 1:

Ha, ha.

Herdsman 2:

Sorry fox. We’ll be back soon with the firewood.

Herdsman 3:

You have killed too many of our sheep and goats. Now it is your turn to die.

Fox:

(Makes whining sounds)

Narrator:

While the herdsmen were gathering wood for the fire, a hyena heard the fox’s cry. He ran towards the fox. He hoped that the fox had killed something to eat. He said to himself,

Hyena:

Maybe I can steal some of the fox’s meat! Wait, what’s that? Fox is tied up to a tree? Hi, fox. What’s wrong?

Fox:

Oh! My uncle tied me here because he wants me to eat more. I am so thin. He keeps feeding me. He’s out now killing a sheep for

me to eat. I’ll get sick if I

eat another bite. Hey! Can you help me? Hyena:

How can I help?

Fox:

Untie me quickly! Then I will tie you up to the tree. When my uncle comes back, you can eat all the sheep that he wants me to eat. You can have the whole sheep for yourself.

Hyena:

Oh, yes! Thank you! (licking his lips).

Narrator:

The hyena quickly untied the fox. Then the fox tied the hyena to the tree. The fox runs away.

Fox:

Good-bye, hyena. Have fun!

Hyena:

(giggles and giggles as hyenas do) I can hardly wait for my dinner. (giggles)

Herdsman 1:

What’s that giggling noise?

Herdsman 2:

It sounds like a hyena.

Herdsman 3:

(pointing to the tree) It looks like a hyena!

Herdsman 1:

It is a hyena!!

Herdsman 2:

Hyena, where is the fox?

Hyena:

I untied her. Now she is gone. Your niece, the fox, said that she is not hungry. I’ll eat the meat you brought for her.

Herdsman 3:

Let’s throw this stupid hyena into the fire.

Narrator:

And that was the end of the hyena.

The lesson: You will be punished if you are too greedy.

Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox New Vocabulary attack catch/caught giggle herdsman herdsmen hyena

niece nomadic settlement trap troublesome uncle whine

Background Vocabulary desert grassland predator prey savanna semi-desert

Suggested Background Information Activities and Questions Before Reading 1. Discuss nomadic settlements in Somalia. 2. Discuss facts and characteristics of the fox and hyena (compare and contrast). 3. Teach the difference between predators and prey. 4. Talk about geographical characteristics of different parts of Somalia (e.g., deserts, grasslands, etc.) where the fox and hyena live. After Reading 1. What is the main idea of the story? 2. Name the predator and prey in this story. What do we mean when we talk about people as predators and prey? 3. Use the new words in context. Locate the new words in the text 4. The story text is written in the past tense. Find all the past verbs. Change the past to the present. 5. Have you ever tricked someone or has someone ever tricked you? Explain. 6. Do the cloz exercise. 7. Do the sequencing exercise. 8. Do the play.

Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox Cloz activity Fill in the missing words in the story using the following words: ache

found

makes

threw

answered

found

meal

throw

because

fox

meat

tie

brought

goats

mouth

trap

cook

gone

nomadic

tree

decided

hole

people

uncle

died

hungry

plan

untie

escape

hungry

returned

untie

favorite

hyena

set

whining

favorite

instead

steal

wood

fire

kill

stomach

Once upon a time a fox became a problem to a __________ settlement. This fox attacked and ate their __________ and sheep. One day the people gathered

together to plan how they could kill this troublesome fox. The people decided to set a __________. The fox fell into the trap that was __________ for her. After awhile, the __________ came and tied her to a tree. The people __________ to throw the fox into the __________. They dug a hole near the __________ where the fox was tied, and they gathered __________ and they put the wood into the __________. They lit a fire, and said, “Let’s come back when the __________ is ready. Then we will __________ this troublesome fox into the hole.” Soon after the people left, a very __________ hyena came by. He heard the fox __________. He came closer, thinking he could __________ the fox’s __________. He was very surprised to see that the fox was tied up to a __________. “What happened?” he asked. The fox __________, “My __________ tied me here. My uncle really loves me. He tied me to this tree __________ he saw how thin and weak I am. He went out to kill a goat to __________ in this fire so I can eat to get

fat again. But I am not __________ now because I’ve been eating so much __________ lately. Every time I try to __________, my uncle catches me, ties me to a tree, and he __________ me eat more meat. Every time I eat, I get a __________ ache. I’m afraid that my uncle will __________ me if I can’t eat the meat.” The hyena opened her __________ very wide because fat juicy meat was her __________ food.

The fox said, “__________

me from this tree so I can then __________ you up. Then you can eat the meat, and I won’t have a stomach __________. The hyena agreed to the __________. He untied the fox, and the fox tied the __________ to the tree. When the people __________ to where they had tied the fox to the tree, they __________ the hyena tied to the tree __________.

They were surprised, and said,

“Hyena, where is the __________?” Then the hyena said, “I untied her. Now she is __________. The fox said that she was not __________. I’ll eat the meat you __________ for her.”

Then the people __________ the hyena into the fire. The greedy and foolish hyena __________ in the fire.

Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox Cloz activity Fill in the missing words in the story using the following words: ANSWER KEY ache

found

makes

threw

answered

found

meal

throw

because

fox

meat

tie

brought

goats

mouth

trap

cook

gone

nomadic

tree

decided

hole

people

uncle

died

hungry

plan

untie

escape

hungry

returned

untie

favorite

hyena

set

whining

favorite

instead

steal

wood

fire

kill

stomach

Once upon a time a fox became a problem to a nomadic settlement. This fox attacked and ate their goats

and sheep. One day the people gathered

together to plan how they could kill this troublesome fox. The people decided to set a trap. The fox fell into the trap that was her. After awhile, the

people

set

for

came and tied her to a

tree. The people decided to throw the fox into the fire. They dug a hole near the

tree

where the fox

was tied, and they gathered

wood

the wood into the

They lit a fire, and said,

hole.

“Let’s come back when the we will

throw

fire

is ready. Then

this troublesome fox into the hole.”

Soon after the people left, a very came by. He heard the fox thinking he could

and they put

steal

hungry hyena

whining. He came closer, the fox’s

meal.

He

was very surprised to see that the fox was tied up to a tree.

“What happened?” he asked.

The fox

answered.

“My

uncle

tied me

here. My uncle really loves me. He tied me to this tree because

he saw how thin and weak I am. He went out

to kill a goat to

cook

in this fire so I can eat to get

fat again. But I am not been eating so much to

escape,

and he

makes

get a

meat

lately. Every time I try

me eat more meat. Every time I eat, I ache. I’m afraid that my uncle will

me if I can’t eat the meat.” The hyena

opened her was her

now because I’ve

my uncle catches me, ties me to a tree,

stomach kill

hungry

mouth

favorite

very wide because fat juicy meat food.

The fox said,

me from this tree so I can then

tie

"Untie you up. Then

you can eat the meat, and I won’t have a stomach ache. The hyena agreed to the

plan,

fox, and the fox tied the hyena When the people

returned

the fox to the tree, they the tree

found

He untied the

to the tree. to where they had tied the hyena tied to

instead. They were surprised, and said,

“Hyena, where is the

fox

?”

Then the hyena said, “I untied her. Now she is gone.

The fox said that she was not

hungry. I’ll eat the meat you brought for her.”

Then the people

threw

The greedy and foolish hyena

the hyena into the fire. died

in the fire.

Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox Sequencing activity Number the sentences in the order they appear in the story. A hyena heard the fox whining. The people tied the fox to a tree, and dug a hole for a fire to burn the fox. The people set a trap for the fox. The people caught the fox. The fox attacked and ate some goats and sheep. The people burned the hyena. The people returned and found the hyena tied to a tree. The fox tied up the hyena. The fox tricked the hyena with a lie about his uncle tying him up so that he would eat more meat. The hyena untied the fox.

Story 1 The Hyena and the Fox Sequencing activity ANSWER KEY Number the sentences in the order they appear in the story. 5

A hyena heard the fox whining.

4

The people tied the fox to a tree, and dug a hole for a fire to burn the fox.

2

The people set a trap for the fox.

3

The people caught the fox.

1

The fox attacked and ate some goats and sheep.

10

The people burned the hyena.

9

The people returned and found the hyena tied to a tree.

8

The fox tied up the hyena.

6

The fox tricked the hyena with a lie about his uncle tying him up so that he would eat more meat. The hyena untied the fox.

7