Themes: World of stories
Topic: The Princess and the Dragon
Content Standard: 1.1 By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to
pronounce words and speak confidently with the correct stress, rhythm and
3.3. By the end of the 6-year primary schooling, pupils will be able to write and
present ideas through a variety of media using appropriate language, form
Learning Standard: 1.1.2 Able to listen to, identify and discriminate similar and different sounds in
3.3.1 Able to create texts using a variety of media with guidance: (a) non-
linear; (b) linear.
Objectives: Pupils will listen to a story and select and ending. Pupils will then write an
alternative ending to the story.
Time: 30 minutes
Teaching Aids: LCD, Computer, Internet access, The Princess and the Dragon Story, The
Princess and the Dragon Worksheet
By Nazmin bt Abdullah and Eileen Jessie Ah Guan
Activity Teaching & Notes
1. Teacher projects the title of the story on the screen. Brainstorming http://learnenglishkids.british
Pupils try to guess what the story will be about. council.org/en/short-
2. Teacher displays The Princess and the Dragon Listening and http://learnenglishkids.british
story. Pupils listen to the story and follow the text. shared reading council.org/en/short-
3. Teacher talks about The Princess and the Dragon Listening and http://learnenglishkids.british
Story and asks the pupils to consider the three sharing ideas. council.org/en/short-
possible endings of the story. The pupils talk about the stories/the-princess-and-the-
three possible endings before they choose one. dragon
4. Pupils role-play The Princess and the Dragon Story Language arts- Pupils present in front of the
in groups of ten. Role-play class.
Assessment: Fill in the blanks based on the story Writing http://learnenglishkids.british
correctly from The Princess and the Dragon council.org/sites/kids/files/att
Remedial: Match the words with the correct pictures in Matching http://learnenglishkids.british
The Princess and the Dragon Worksheet. council.org/sites/kids/files/att
Enrichment: Write another ending for the story. Writing. Write in the exercise book.
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Once upon a time there was a king and queen who lived in a golden castle with their beautiful
One night an ugly ogre captured the beautiful princess and locked her up in his tall, dark tower.
The king and queen were very sad. They promised to give a bag of gold to the knight that rescued the
All the knights in the land wanted to rescue the princess. They rode to the tower as fast as they could.
The ugly ogre roared with anger when he saw the knights. His roar was so scary that they rode away
as fast as they could.
One day a friendly dragon was flying over the ogre’s tower when he heard the princess cry for help.
The dragon flew down to the tower, took a big fiery breath and blew the ogre far away over the
mountains and into the ocean.
The dragon rescued the princess from the tower and gently put her on his strong back. They flew high
in the sky.
They flew over the tower and the castle, over the mountains and caves, and out towards the deep
Where will the dragon and the princess fly to?
a) The king’s castle
b) The dragon’s cave
c) The ogre’s tower
a) The king’s castle: The dragon and the princess flew to the castle. The king and queen were so
happy to see the princess they gave the dragon the bag of gold. They all lived happily ever after.
b) The dragon’s cave: The dragon and the princess flew to the dragon’s cave. The princess loved
flying so much she never returned to the castle. The dragon and the princess lived happily ever
c) The ogre’s tower: The dragon and the princess flew to the tower. The princess was so happy to
be free she kissed the dragon. All at once he turned into a handsome prince and they lived
happily ever after.
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