Zlateh the Goat - Sequence
Updated: 6/20/2019
Zlateh the Goat - Sequence
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Zlateh the Goat by Isaac Bashevis Singer

Lesson Plans by Elizabeth Pedro

Hanukkah is right around the corner and it is unusual that snow hasn’t fallen. Reuven the furrier, a family man who makes fur garments, is not getting enough business and decides to sell Zlateh, the family goat, to the butcher. Aaron is responsible for taking Zlateh to town; his mother wipes her tears and his sisters wail over the loss of their goat. The family says goodbye to the goat and Zlateh licks their hands happily, unaware of what will happen to her.

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Zlateh the Goat - Sequence of Events. Use timelines in English class to help with sequencing!

Storyboard Text

  • I need you to take Zlateh to the butcher. She is not producing enough milk.
  • Reuven tells Aaron to bring Zlateh to the butcher so the family will have enough money for Hanukkah.
  • On the way to the village, a massive snowstorm hits and Aaron loses his way.
  • The family is devastated to lose Zlateh; they cry and say goodbye to her.
  • Aaron finds shelter in a haystack; he survives by milking and cuddling with Zlateh.
  • Aaron and Zlateh have a stronger bond than ever and Aaron vows never to give her up.
  • On the fourth day, Aaron makes his way back home; his family is delighted about their return, and never consider taking Zlateh to the butcher shop again.
  • Image Attributions: Hay Bale (https://www.flickr.com/photos/mary_wv/2256689475/) - Mary Trebilco - License: Attribution (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/)

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