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Oster teacher power_point_final
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Oster teacher power_point_final
Oster teacher power_point_final
Oster teacher power_point_final
Oster teacher power_point_final
Oster teacher power_point_final
Oster teacher power_point_final
Oster teacher power_point_final
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Oster teacher power_point_final
Oster teacher power_point_final
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  • 1. http://www.topangaonline.com/nativam/turtles.html http://www.topangaonline.com/nativam/turtles.html
  • 2. http://worldoftales.com/Native_American_folktales.html
  • 3.  Folktales were told to entertain Folktales explain why things happen Folktales can teach a lesson
  • 4.  How many parts to a story are there?  Beginning  Middle  End
  • 5.  Beginning:  Introduce your characters-give details  Setting-describe where your story takes place  What is happening, what’s the problem
  • 6.  Middle  Attempt to solve the problem  Another attempt to solve the problem (something different than what was attempted first)  Final attempt that helps come up with a solution
  • 7.  Ending:  Conclude the story  Explain why this story was told
  • 8.  1. Write your story 2. Edit with the teacher 3. Read folktales, fairytales, or fables while the teacher edits with others (independently or partner read)
  • 9.  Rubric
  • 10.  http://teacher.scholastic.com/writewit/mff/f olktale_allfolktale.htm http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resourc es/lesson_images/lesson324/write.pdf

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