Folktales are stories that are made up long ago to teach people and children how to live good lives and how to live wisely. These stories are usually about animals (fables), birds, fish or insects that think and talk like human beings. The stories are often amusing so that we enjoy hearing and reading them.
You must know that folk tale contains a lesson that is usually called a “moral”. So the moral is clearly stated at the end of the story – we do ask ourselves; what is the moral of the story? It can teach on obedience, handwork, goodness, truth etc. virtues that can be emmilated most especially by the young ones.
Read up on an example of folktale from your NOSEC (page 19 – 20) – The tortoise and the leopard.
Answer question 1 – 6 (on page 200 of NOSEC)