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    • Once Upon A Character… A Web Quest By : Sara Musgrove and Krista Linkous Introduction Task Process 1 Teacher Page Evaluation Conclusion Process 2 Process 3
      • Welcome to Once Upon A Character!
      • Your journey awaits you as we take a closer look at fairy tales! During this web quest you will read, write, create, and work in groups to use the characters, story elements, and plot to make something magical of your own!
      • Remember that the castle button will always bring you home!
      • This Web Quest was designed for our ETSU Media 5750 Course
      Introduction Task
      • Task #1
        • Read a Fairy Tale
        • Analyze the Elements with a Checklist
      • Task #2 (Group Work)
        • Job Sheet
        • Fairy Tale Character Profiles
          • ( Self-Evaluation Rubric)
        • Presentation
          • (Teacher Presentation Rubric)
      • Task #3
        • Create a Original Fractured Fairy Tale
          • (Student Writing Rubric)
        • Publishing
          • (Teacher Evaluation Rubric)
      Tasks: Process 1 Process 2 Process 3
      • Listen to (3) Fairy Tales from the Following Link:
      • Choose your favorite.
      • Complete the Fairy Tale Element Chart .
      • Print a copy for Task #2
      Process: Task 1 Fairy Tale Elements Process 2 Process 3
    • Audio Fairy Tales The Frog Prince The Fisherman and His Wife Cinderella Treasure Island Aladdin Process 1 The Princess and the Frog The Fisherman and His Wife Cinderella Aladdin Treasure Island The Princess and the Pea
    • Literary Elements Chart Story: ___________________ Process 2 Process 3 Yes / No Element: Fairy Tales usually begin with “Once Upon a Time”. Most stories have Princesses, Princes, Kings, Queens, or Royalty. Animals can talk or have special powers. Humans can take unusual forms or roles like giants, witches, or dwarfs. The setting is usually make believe with castles, kingdoms, and forests. Magic is present in events, places, or is used for good or evil. Main characters (Good) usually face misfortune (Evil). Villains are often powerful and use evil magic in the story. Problems often to lead to a solution or lesson at the end of the story. Most stories have “happily ever after” endings.
      • Character Profiles:
      • Work in groups of four to make four character profiles. Each group member will be given a job and will be responsible for compiling information in their Job Chart. Click the link to print your job chart.
      • Use the job charts to make character posters. These character posters must include all the information from the Character Profile Job Charts.
      Process: Task 2 Character Profiles Process 3 Jobs
      • Character Profiles:
        • Fact Finder – Find Facts About the Characters
        • Magic Master – List Evidence of Magic in the Stories
        • Evil Excavator – List Evidence of Evil in the Stories
        • Word Wizard – List Important Things Characters Say
      Process: Task 2 Character Profiles Process 3 Click on your assigned job to get to work! Each character should use the Task 2 rubric to evaluate themselves on this task. In addition to your scores have each group member give you a group participation score. Follow the Star!
    • Character Profile: Fact Finder
      • Use the following links as well as the videos from task one to develop a fact list about the main character.
      • Your list should include the following information:
        • Name, Approximate Age, Boy or Girl?
        • Where do the live? Is this a real or imaginary place?
        • What happens to them in the story? Does this event change the character?
        • What is something special about this character?
        • List 2 quotes from this character.
      Process 3 Process 2 Fairy Tale Resources
    • Character Profile: Magic Master
      • List (5) events where there were magical elements, events, or when magic was being used in the story.
      • Choose one event that was the most important in this story. Defend your choice by telling why this was the most important and how it effected the story.
      • List the characters involved in your most important magical event. How did this event effect the character within the story?
      Process 3 Process 2 Fairy Tale Resources
    • Character Profile: Evil Excavator
      • List (5) events where there evil was present in this story.
      • Choose one event that was the most important in this story. Defend your choice by telling why this was the most important and how it effected the story.
      • List the characters involved in your most evil event. How did this event effect the villain and the main character within the story?
      Process 3 Process 2 Fairy Tale Resources
    • Character Profile: Word Wizard
      • Make a List of 3 characters from the story.
      • Record a quote from each character that best represents that character.
      • Choose a character to describe from the point of view of the character, as if he were running for Most Valuable Character. List the follow:
        • Why they should be voted MVC
        • Accomplishments in the story
        • One character flaw to improve or promise for the future.
      Process 3 Process 2 Fairy Tale Resources
    • Fairy Tale Resources: The Frog Prince The Princess and the Pea Aladdin The Princess and the Frog Cinderella The Princess and the Pea Process 2
      • Childhood Reading Text
      • Disney's The Princess and the Frog
      • Frog Prince Story
      • You may use this information as well as your own schema to complete your job sheet and character posters.
      Resources: The Frog Prince Below are resource links for the Frog Prince: Fairy Tale Resources
      • Interactive Cinderella
      • Cinderella Fun Trivia
      • Cinderella Memory Match
      • Cinderella Wiki
      • Fairy Godmother Wiki
      • You may use this information as well as your own schema to complete your job sheet and character posters.
      Resources: Cinderella Below are resource links for the Cinderella: Fairy Tale Resources
      • Magical Kingdom Aladdin Facts
      • Disney's Aladdin Facts
      • Alladin Wiki
      • Jafar Wiki
      • Genie Wiki
      • You may use this information as well as your own schema to complete your job sheet and character posters.
      Resources: Aladdin Below are resource links for the Cinderella: Fairy Tale Resources
      • Frog Prince Theatre
      • Childhood Reading Princess and the Pea
      • Princess and the Pea Hidden Picture Game
      • You may use this information as well as your own schema to complete your job sheet and character posters.
      Resources: The Princess and the Pea Below are resource links for the The Princess and the Pea: Fairy Tale Resources
      • Use the Character Posters
      • Choose (1) Each:
        • Story
        • Main Character
        • Villain
      • Create a story with the story elements of a fairy tale, your new character profiles, and your own imagination. Use Microsoft Word to type your story.
      • Use the rubric to make sure you have included all the needed elements.
      Process: Task 3 Original Fractured Fairy Tale Conclusion Each author should use the writing rubric to evaluate their own writing. Follow the Star!
      • To successfully end your journey into the world of fairy tales, please do the following:
      • Print your fractured fairy tale and complete an illustration page.
      • Put both the story and illustration page into the class fractured fairy tales class book.
      • This will assignment and your work will live on in the class book and imaginations of all who read it. Congratulations on a job magically done!
      • Print yourself a certificate!
      Conclusion Way To Go ! Certificate
    • I hereby declare that ____________________________________ has completed the “ Once Upon A Character” Web Quest. Proving once again that knowledge is the ultimate power and when used correctly magical things can happen! Signed: Your Fairy Godmother
      • This web quest was designed for our MEDA 5400 Course at ETSU to be used with 2 nd grade standards. It can be adapted for first grade and beyond. The web quest uses comprehension strategies along with media, research, speaking, and listening standards to create a unit of independent study.
      • These lesson would be supported by modeled examples in the classroom as well as introduction to the word processing, vocabulary, and expectations prior to the web quest.
      • The 4 evaluation rubrics would combine to make score of 100 on this whole unit. The student, their peers, and the teacher take part in the grading process. As we give credit to those who were generous to us, we only ask that you do the same. We have enjoyed this magical journey.
      • With Love and Magic, Krista Linkous and Sara Musgrove
      Teacher Page Resources Welcome Teachers !
    • Resources We would like to thank the following web sites for their resources, media, and ideas that made our fairy tale web quest come alive: www.readwritethink.org http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/lesson_images/lesson42/RWT027-4.pdf http://www.speakaboos.com https://staff.rockwood.k12.mo.us/vancampcara/fairytalewebquest/Pages/Process.aspx www.childhoodreading.com http://disney.go.com http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/misc/stories/misc-thefrogprince/ http://www.learner.org/interactives/story/cinderella.html   http://kids-learn.org/cinderella/shoematch.html http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Cinderella_(character ) http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Fairy_Godmother http://www.magicalkingdoms.com/animation/aladdinfacts.html http://disney.go.com/characters/?channel=154539#/characters/animated/aladdin/ http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Aladdin_(character ) http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Jafar http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Genie http://learn.southsuburbancollege.edu/theatre/pea09/characters.html http://childhoodreading.com/?p=5 http://printables4kids.com/princess-and-the-pea-hidden-picture-activity-sheet/princess-pea-hidden-pictures/ Presentation Standards 1 Evaluation
      • Reading Language Arts:
      • Listening and Speaking:
        • (Listening) GLE 0201.2.1
          • CFU 0201.2.1
        • (Speaking) GLE 0201.2.2
          • CFU 0201.2.6, CFU 0201.2.9
      • Writing:
        • GLE 0201.3.1
          • CFU 0201.3.2, CFU 0201.3.4, CFU 0201.3.9,CFU 0201.3.13
        • GLE 0201.3.5
          • CFU 0201.3.10
      Standards: Standards 2
      • Reading Language Arts:
      • Research:
        • GLE 0201.4.2
          • CFU 0201.4.2, CFU 0201.4.3, CFU 0201.4.4, CFU 0201.4.5
      • Media
        • GLE 0201.7.1
          • CFU 0201.7.2, CFU 0201.7.3, CFU 0201.7.4
      • Literature
        • GLE0201.8.1
          • CFU 0201.8.1, CFU 0201.8.3
        • GLE 0201.8.4
          • CFU 0201.8.10
      Standards: Resources
    • Task 2 Self-Evaluation: Scoring Rubric: Group Work Task 1 3 5 /25 Group Participation: Only I thought I participated. Most said I participated. All said I participated. Job Chart Questions: I answered those I could. I answered them all. I answered them all with sentences. Job Chart Listed Items: I made a list. I made a neat list. I made an organized list. Job Chart Appearance: I finished it. I finished it and checked it. I finished, checked, and edited it. Overall: I did okay. I did well. I did my very best.
    • Writing: Task 2 Scoring Rubric: Process 3 Task 1 3 5 /25 I thought… (Student) I need to work on my writing. I wrote well. I did my very best. My friends thought… (Student) I need to work on my writing. I wrote well. I did my very best. Legible and Neat (Teacher) Oops! I saw some errors. I saw neat work with few errors. I saw neat, organized, and edited work. Relevance (Teacher) Mostly on Topic On Topic On Topic and Thoughtful Overall: Okay. Well Done! GREAT!
    • Presentation: Task 2 Scoring Rubric: Resources Task 1 3 5 /25 Listening Skills I listened. I was listening and looking. I was listening, looking, and thinking. Speaking Skills I was shy. I shared my work with the class. I spoke loud and proud about my work. Language / Word Choice I read from my paper. I put it in my own words. I organized and shared my thoughts. Relevance to the Activity I was on topic I gave the topic and some details. I gave topic, details, and opinions. Overall: I did okay. I did well. I did my best.
    • Evaluation: Webquest Scoring Rubric: Resources Task: 1 3 5 / 25 Analyze a Chosen Fairy Tale. Did not complete. Partially Complete Analysis Complete Group Participation I Need to Improve I participated I actively participated Job Sheet Did not complete Partially Complete Complete Character Poster & Presentation Did not compete. Partially Complete Complete and Presented Fractured Fairy Tale Did not compete. Partially Complete Complete and Published