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Disciplinary Vocabulary Schroeder L

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  • 1. I can recount and recall folktales, myths and fables in my reading and writing.
  • 2. Content: What is the content? Language Arts – Reading & Writing Common Core Standards for Third Grade Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text. (RL.3.2) Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly. (W.3.2)
  • 3. Vocabulary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fable folktale main idea culture recount/retell convey theme drama play/poem/skit diverse lesson central message
  • 4. Investigate Students investigate Fables, folklore, and myths through a number of interactive elements lead by their classroom teacher. 0 First they’ll explore the vocabulary associated with the unit at myvocabulary.com
  • 5. Investigate Students investigate Fables, folklore, and myths through a number of interactive elements lead by their classroom teacher. 0 Secondly, they will explore these types of stories in a variety of modalities including video, audio, and hard copy. 0 http://www.explorecrete.com/mythology/daedalus-icarus-video.html - Video Myth 0 Storynory.com – Audio myth, audio folktale.
  • 6. Investigate Students investigate Fables, folklore, and myths through a number of interactive elements on their own or in groups. 0 Students will visit websites on their own to have hands on technologic reading and information on the types of stories and their elements. Scholastic.com
  • 7. Investigate Students will now utilize their ability to recount and recall fables, folktales, and myths, as their basis for writing. Students and the teacher as a group will read about how to write their own folktales, fables, and myths. 0 Whole group instruction will visit Scholastic.com to discuss fables, folktales and myths. Scholastic.com
  • 8. Investigate Students will now utilize their ability to recount and recall fables, folktales, and myths, as their basis for writing. Students will independently write their own folktales, fables, and myths. 0 First, students will plan using a interactive brainstorming app on Scholastic.com Scholastic.com
  • 9. Investigate Students will now utilize their ability to recount and recall fables, folktales, and myths, as their basis for writing. Students will independently write their own folktales, fables, and myths. 0 Secondly students will use a story creator to pick the type, and topic of story they are going to create. Scholastic.com
  • 10. Report/Represent Students will answer the following questions to reflect on their understanding. 0 How is recounting a story helpful to me as a reader? 0 How can writing a fable, myth or folktale help me learn more about them? 0 How did the technology assist me with my learning goal?
  • 11. Show What You Know Assessment that proves the standard was met: Create an interactive fable, folktale, or myth on storybird.com be sure to show your knowledge of recounting and retelling as you create your story.

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