Studentene kan lage et sammendrag av Froskeprinsen, og fremheve begynnelsen, midten og slutten!
Now it's time to take me to the palace, princess.
I want to marry you, princess, and spend my life loving you.
A princess dropped her golden ball into the lake, and a frog popped out of the water. The frog told the princess that he would retrieve the ball in exchange for a few things: to love him, let him live in the palace, eat from her plate, and sleep upon her bed. The princess agreed, but once the ball was retrieved, the princess ran back to the palace, leaving the frog behind.
The next day at dinnertime, the frog arrived at the palace. The princess didn’t want to let him in, but her father reminded her of the importance of staying true to your word and not backing out on a promise. The princess let the frog inside and he joined them at the table for dinner. After dinner, the frog slept on a comfortable pillow on the princess’ bed, and as soon as it was daylight, jumped off and departed.
That second and third nights were the same, but when the princess woke up the following morning, she found a handsome prince at the head of her bed. The prince told the princess that an evil fairy had changed him into a frog, and that the princess had broken the cruel charm by letting him eat and stay with her. The prince told the princess that he wished to marry her, and they lived happily ever after.