Write 5 pages thesis on the topic create two lesson plans. 3. Teacher will introduced the literature The Goose with the Golden Eggs. Teacher will tell the story with its visual representation to make the story lively and will ask student to take note of vocabularies, sentences and other things that are unclear to them.
4. Teacher will use powerpoint presentation for the characters assume a visual representation and to make the story lively and engaging for the ESL students. This will also stimulate the imagination of the students.
6. Discussion of the difficult English words, sentences and idiomatic expressions will follow where the teacher will explain to the ESL students what they meant and how they are used in the English language.
Catching the imagination of ESL students through a popular English literature story of the The Goose with the Golden Eggs is an effective way to teach English. English is learned easier when its learner is engaged with the story where their imagination is stimulated by the fantasy told in the literature. It would also remove the bore associated with teaching the English language especially if the students are still very young with very short attention span.
It is important that the student’s imagination will be engaged by the story of The Goose with the Golden Eggs so that they will find the learning of English language interesting. When the students imagination are stimulated by the story of The Goose with the Golden Eggs, learning English language will be easier because all they have to do is to substitute events, ideas, thoughts and fantasy in the story with the language. Thus, some exaggeration and acting out may be necessary in narrating the story to make the story alive and interesting with the end of engaging the student’s imagination in the story of The Goose with the Golden Eggs. Discussion about the story among students will be encouraged using the language of English for them to be comfortable with the language.
To effectively teach the English language to ESL students to that effect that they would have a better grasp of the English language by understanding complex sentences through the appreciation of a music.