Arguilla She stepped down from the carretela of Ca Celin with a quick, delicate grace.
A pre-recorded narration of the story will be played. Group the students into three and ask each group to act out one of the scenes in the story, based on the pictures posted in the board. Session 2 The students are expected to: ARGUILLA The story is about a young boy whose brother has become successful in the city and meets him with a cart when he returns to the barrio with his city-bred wife.
The father, an old revolucionario, submits the daughter-in-law to various tests to see if she will adapt well to the ways of the barrio and the family. The young boy takes easily to the new relation, probably also thinking of himself getting a wife in the future.
Deriada and Isidoro M. Ask the students to retell the story in their own words. One student will talk about a scene in the story and another will continue with the next scene as they chronologically took place in the story.
Ask the students about how the different characters may feel in the beginning of the story, in the middle, and in the end. Group the students into eight to ten members. Ask them to prepare a talk-show presentation with the character in the story as the guests.
Have the talk show host ask questions about how they felt in the specific scenes in the story and have the host add questions of his or her own. The leader will say how the character felt during those scenes and the members will express the emotion facially.
Choose a few volunteers and tell them to describe each of the character in the story in front of the class without telling who they were describing. Have the class guess who the character was. Homework — Write a short essay about your most memorable experience in the city or in the barrio.
Session 3 The students are expected to: Ask questions about what they wrote. Ask the students if they had similar experiences similar to what their classmates shared. Post the pre-cut cartolinas wherein different scenes from the story were written separately. Ask some of the students arrange them chronologically.
Ask volunteers to explain what happened in each picture until they finish re-telling the story based on the pictures. Divide the class into two groups and have them present a debate about whether or not the father did the right thing by treating Maria the way that he did.
Have the students draw their friend from the barrio or city and what they love doing together. Session 4 The students are expected to: Post two pictures on the board, one with people living in the city and the other, people living in the barrio.
Ask the students to describe each picture. Write the descriptive words that they say below each picture. Ask them to write about a certain person that they know who lives in the city or barrio. Ask them to read what they wrote in front of the class.
Ask them why most people like living in the city and why some likes living in the barrio better. Ask them to compare both through job opportunities, recreational places, technology, crime rate, education, and more.
Ask them if they think that specific action was right or wrong and why. Homework — Ask them to write another possible ending of the story. Session 5 The students are expected to: Read different scenes in the story and ask the students to identify the values that were shown in these scenes.
What would they do if they were the ones who were in those situations or scenes in the story? If there was anything that they would like to change in the story, what would those be and why. What will they do instead? Ask them to choose a specific action that the character they have chosen did or a specific line that they said and have them act it out in front of the class.Sep 21, · Best Answer: Point-of-View: The story is actually narrated in the first person point-of-view - Leon's brother, Baldo.
The reason would probably to show how non-city folks look at city folks (remember how he wonders at little things about Maria, and about his brother).Status: Resolved. How my brother leon brought home a wife by Manuel Arguilla- Critical Paper 1.
Critical Paper #3: How My Brother Leon Brought Home A Wife by Manuel Arguilla Meeting the family of your love once might be the hardest and scariest part of all. Reflection for my brother leon brought home a wife. 6 June English-language films ‘How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife’ is that one must preserve, even through certain sacrifices, in order to reach one’s goal.
In particular one may have to surrender a small part of one’s life in order to be happy. In the story, Leon arrived. How My Brother Leon Brought Home A Wife (American Colonial Literature) By Manuel E. Arguilla. My brother Leon laughed and she laughed and they looked at each other and it seemed to me there was a world of laughter between them and in them.
He is known for his widely anthologized short story "How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife," the main story in the collection How My Brother Leon Brought Home a Wife and Other Short Stories, which won first prize in the Commonwealth Literary Contest in Be able to describe different approaches to literature.
Be able to draw from only one selection questions for all the approaches to literature to show versatility with which a piece can be handled. APPROACHES TO LITERATURE FORMALISTIC OR LITERARY APPROACH The first approach is called “formalistic /5(29).