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ACTION 1 STORY TELLING 1. Suddenly something amazing happened.

As Cinderella was sitting all alone, there was a burst of light and a fairy appeared. Don't be alarmed, Cinderella, said the fairy. I know you would love to go to the ball. And so you shall! How can I, dressed in rags? Cinderella replied. The servants will turn me away! 2. The fairy smiled. With a flick of her magic wand Cinderella found herself wearing the most beautiful dress she had ever seen. Now for your coach, said the fairy; "A real lady would never go to a ball on foot! Quick! Get me a pumpkin! Oh of course, said Cinderella, rushing away. Then the fairy turned to the cat. You, bring me seven mice, and, remember they must be alive! 3. One day all the villagers had a meeting. They discussed how to stop the long drought. "Sir, I heard there is someone who can help us. His name is Ki Mojo Agung. He has a great supernatural power. Maybe he can help us," said one of the villagers. "Good! Do you know where he lives?"asked the head of the village. "That's the problem, Sir. He lives very far from here." "OK, then. I need some strong men to go to Ki Mojo Agung's house." 4. "Listen friends, we need to find a way. The tiger is also cruel especially to weak animals like me," said the rabbit. "I have an idea," said the mouse deer. "He is not clever as he looks. I think I can trick him," said the mouse deer. "How will you trick him?" asked the rabbit. "It's easy. You meet the tiger and tell him that I challenge him to fight." "What? Are you kidding? You cannot win!" said the rabbit. "Don't worry. I'm not really challenging him to fight. It's all part of the plan." The mouse deer continued. "You just tell him that I challenge him to fight under that big tree," the mouse deer pointed to a big tree near them.

5. In the twilight of the evening, he climbed over the wall into the garden of the witch, hastily grabbed a handful of rapunzel and took it to his wife. She at once made herself a salad and ate it happily. She, however, liked it so much -- so very much, that the next day she longed for it three times as much as before. If he was to have any rest, her husband must once more descend into the garden. In the gloom of evening, therefore, he set out again; but when he had climbed over the wall he was terribly afraid, for he saw the witch standing before him. "How dare you," she said with angry look, "sneak into my garden and steal my rapunzel like a thief? You shall suffer for this!" "Ah," the frightened husband answered, "please have mercy, I had to have the rapunzel. My wife saw it from the window and felt such a longing for it that she would have died if she had not got some to eat." 6. The little, old man looked around to make sure no one was watching and then opened his hand to show Jack what he held. Beans? asked Jack, looking a little confused. Three magical bean seeds to be exact, young man. One, two, three! So magical are they, that if you plant them over-night, by morning they grow right up to the sky, promised the funny little man. And because youre such a good boy, theyre all yours in trade for that old milking cow. "Really?" said Jack, "and youre quite sure theyre magical?" "I am indeed! And if it doesn't turn out to be true you can have your cow back." "Well that sounds fair," said Jack, as he handed over Bessys halter, pocketed the beans and headed back home to show his mother. "Back already, Jack?" asked his mother; "I see you haven't got Old Bess -- you've sold her so quickly. How much did you get for her?" Jack smiled and reached into his pocket, "Just look at these beans, mother; they're magical, plant them overnight and----" "What!" cried Jack's mother. "Oh, silly boy! How could you give away our milking cow for three measly beans. And with that she did the worst thing Jack had ever seen her do she burst into tears.