Anna walks into her class. She sees a new girl sitting on a seat. The new girl is very quiet. Anna...
[[... approaches her anyways.]]
[[... goes to her friends.]]Anna talks to the new girl and asks for her name. "She doesn't talk", one of her classmates says. Anna answers:
[["Well, okay. I will go talk to my friends then."]]
[["What makes you say that, guys?"]]
[["Hi, I'm Anna! Nice to meet you! What's your name?"]][[Before class, ->"Hmm, okay. I will go talk to my friends then."]]Anna's friends talk about the new girl in class. They all think she's weird because she is so quiet. "Hey, new girl! Can you talk already?", said her friend Justin. Anna...
[[... doesn't like Justin's behavior.]]
[[... doesn't say anything.]]She thinks [[it's funnny. ->"Okay, that's weird!"]]Anna: "Justin! You can't talk about someone like that! Have you ever tried to talk to her?"
Justin: "Well, no but she just doesn't talk!""
[["Well, maybe she is nervous because it's her first day. I think that we should approach her!"]]
[["Okay, that's weird!"]]Double-click this passage to edit it.Anna walks up to the new girl in class and reaches out her hand. She says: "Hi, I'm Anna! It's nice to meet you. What's your name?" The girl smiles back at her and tells Anna all about herself. Justin looks very surprised. "See, Justin", Anna says, "You shouldn't judge a book by its cover!" Anna shows that talking to somebody helps to understand them better. In her opinion, there is no need for being mean.A few days pass by and the girl, Elsa as their teacher has said, still doesn't talk to anybody. She sits alone and even eats alone during breaks. Anna...
[[... wants to do something to make the girl feel better.]]
[[... asks her friend what they think about the girl.]]Anna walks up to the new girl in class and reaches out her hand. She says: "Hi, I'm Anna! It's nice to meet you. I'm sorry that you have had a hard time during the first weeks in our class!" The girl smiles back at her and tells Anna all about herself. Justin looks very surprised. "See, Justin", Anna says, "You shouldn't judge a book by its cover!" Anna shows that talking to somebody helps to understand them better.Her friends think that the new girl is weird. They keep making fun of her. Anna...
[[... finds the jokes funny]]
[[... doesn't want her friends to treat the girl poorly. ->"Well, maybe she is nervous because it's her first day. I think that we should approach her!"]] Anna and her friends keep teasing Elsa for being so quiet. One day, the girl starts to cry.
[[Anna finds it ridiculous that Elsa cries. They were just kidding!]]
[[Anna is concerned. Maybe their jokes went to far?]]
Anna and her friends continue to make fun of Elsa because she cried in front of everybody. One teacher notices the conflict and talks to Anna and her friends in private. The teacher asks them why the friends would not integrate Elsa. Anna says:
[["Because she is weird."]]
[["I don't know"]][[Anna decides to behave differently.->... wants to do something to make the girl feel better.]]The teacher asks: "How do you know she is weird? Do you just assume it or is this your real opinion because you have spent a lot of time with her and just don't like her?" Anna answers:
[[No, I don't know her, you're right.]]
[[Well, I spend time with her in class and she is always quiet.]]Teacher: "Then think about it. There are a lot of reasons why someone is quiet. If you haven't even approached her, you can't judge her."
Anna [[agrees with ->... wants to do something to make the girl feel better.]] her teacher.Anna [[thinks about->... wants to do something to make the girl feel better.]] what her teacher has said. Teacher: "Is this really how you judge someone? What reasons can you think of for someone to be quiet?"
[["Not feeling included."]]
[["Wanting to be alone, I guess."]]
Teacher: "Yes, for example. Maybe Elsa is just shy because she is completely new to a class, in which everyone knows each other. Maybe, if you give her a chance you can see how she really is.
Anna [[thinks about ->... wants to do something to make the girl feel better.]] what her teacher says. Teacher: "Maybe, yes. There are a lot of reasons to be quiet and that's okay. You could ask Elsa and find out."
[[Anna agrees ->... wants to do something to make the girl feel better.]]Anna [[approaches her classmates ->"Hmm, okay. I will go talk to my friends then."]], Anna asks, "I don't think you have talked to the new girl once. Give her a chance already!" Her classmate Kevin...
[[... doesn‘t want to give the girl a chance.]]
[[... agrees with Anna and apologizes.]]Elsa: "I'm Elsa. It's nice to meet you too!" Elsa is a very nice girl and soon she becomes close friends with Anna.[["She's weird!" ->... doesn't like Justin's behavior.]], he says.Kevin starts talking to the new girl Elsa and they all have a nice conversation. In the end, they become friends and even spend time together after school.
The Shepherd's boy is [[bored]].He needs to decide on how to make his day more [[interesting]].[[Talk to someone about his feelings]]
[[Make up a story]]He goes to the [[people]] in the village.He [[runs away]] and leaves his sheep.He thinks about a [[funny story]].The boy meets Devin, the old soul of the village. The boy tells the man about his misery. He answers: What exactly bores you about tending the sheep?
[[It's the same activity day in, day out!]]
[[Honestly, I want to do something different.]]What is it that really bothers you?
[[I don't like doing the same thing everyday. I want to see the world!]]
[[It's too much responsibility to take care of the sheep all by myself.]]What do you want to do?
[[I want to become a painter!]]
[[I don't know!]]I understand! However, if you work hard now, then you might [[get to see the world]] when you grow up. That's not a problem! You can always ask for help. I am sure my brother can support you and [[look after the sheep with you]].That's great! Talk to your parents and tell [[them about your passion.]] Then you have plenty of time to figure it out. If you don't want to tend the sheep anymore, talk to someone. There is always another way.What does the boy decide to do next?
[[Run away and never come back]]
[[Turn around! He can't leave his sheep]]
[[Sit down and think]]Double-click this passage to edit it.The boy returns to the sheep. What a bad idea to run away. He will get some company next time he tends the sheep. It will be a lot of [[fun]]!The boy realizes that he doesn't want to tend the sheep for the rest of his life. He decides to talk to [[someone->people]].From this day on, the boy always brought his best friend. he never felt bored again.The boy cries "Wolf, Wolf!" to indicate that a wolf attacks the sheep. The [[villagers come immediately]].[[The boy laughs at them.]]
[[The boy explains that he was bored and wanted to be funny.]]
[[The boy feels sorry that he lied.]]The villagers wander off angrily. Soon, the boy screams "Wolf, Wolf!" again. Repeatedly, the villagers don't hesitate to come for help. Unfortunately, they get [[laughed at again]]. The villagers tell him not to do this ever again because it is very dangerous. The boy
[[cries "Wolf, Wolf!" again ]]The boy apologizes and appreciates the help. Now, he knows that when something dangerous happens, he is supported by the villagers.He realizes that he made a [[mistake. ->The boy feels sorry that he lied.]] This time, the story ended [[differently->laughed at again]]This night, a wolf really attacks the sheep. When the boy cries for help, the villagers resist to come. They don't want to be fooled again. Many sheep die that night. The moral of the story is:
[[Liars are not believed even when they speak the truth]]
[[Watch out for wolves]]That's correct!Is this really a moral? ;)The boy took the advice. He continued to take great care of the sheep and when he was an adult, he was responsible enough to travel the world.From this day on, the boy never felt overwhelmed again and continued to tend his sheep.The boy took the advice. His parents supported him. In his free time, the boy continued to tend the sheep.
Someone who is crazy, is...
[[cherries]][[Great!]] [[Cherries are good - but it's not the correct answer! ->Voc 1]] A big disappointment is a:
[[beamer]][[Awesome!]][[Not really! ->Great!]] When you understand someone, you can say:
[["I get it!"]]
[["My bad!"]][[Good job!]]When someone has a lot of muscles, he or she is:
[[Not necessarily!->Good job!]][[Try again ->Amazing!]]Congrats! You're a slang expert!A lazy person can be a:
[[couch potato]][[That's not correct ->Awesome!]]