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How many ways can you tell a tale? This demonstration course contains multiple versions of Aesop's fable "The Hare and the Tortoise." You can find the text at Gutenberg.org, the audio files at Librivox.org, and many videos at Youtube.com.
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This course aims to show that:
- you can cut a short story long,
- the same story can be re-told in many ways,
- one story can be presented in different media - text, audio, video, etc.
But this is also a demonstration course to show the kind of web resources that can be incorporated into Readish course. See also "Demo course A" for more tips on using Readish.
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A Hare was one day making fun of a Tortoise for being so slow upon his feet. "Wait a bit," said the Tortoise; "I'll run a race with you, and I'll wager that I win." "Oh, well," replied the Hare, who was much amused at the idea, "let's try and see"; and it was soon agreed that the fox should set a course for them, and be the judge. When the time came both started off together, but the Hare was soon so far ahead that he thought he might as well have a rest: so down he lay and fell fast asleep. Meanwhile the Tortoise kept plodding on, and in time reached the goal. At last the Hare woke up with a start, and dashed on at his fastest, but only to find that the Tortoise had already won the race.
Moral: Slow and steady wins the race.
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Award-winning story teller Jim Weiss presents "The Tortoise and the Hare" from Aesop's Fables. This story can be found on our recording "Animal Tales" -- ava...
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The fun and classic cartoon version.
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The Hare and the Tortoise (1947) Dramatized version of Aesop's fable starring farm animals, including an owl, a fox, a goose, a rooster, a raccoon and a hare...
You've gotta read this unconventional tale! There is English text in the slides.
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作者：乌龟 校稿：兔子 排版：石英 龟 兔 赛 跑 另 一 章 www.zhaopin.com
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