I can recount and
recall folktales,
myths and fables in
my reading and
writing.
Content: What is the content?
Language Arts – Reading & Writing
Common Core Standards for Third
Grade
Recount stories, inc...
Vocabulary
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fable
folktale
main idea
culture
recount/retell
convey
theme
drama
play/poem/skit
dive...
Investigate
Students investigate Fables, folklore, and myths through
a number of interactive elements lead by their
classr...
Investigate
Students investigate Fables, folklore, and myths through a number of interactive elements
lead by their classr...
Investigate
Students investigate Fables, folklore, and myths through a number of interactive elements
on their own or in g...
Investigate
Students will now utilize their ability to recount and recall fables, folktales, and myths, as
their basis for...
Investigate
Students will now utilize their ability to recount and recall fables, folktales, and myths, as
their basis for...
Investigate
Students will now utilize their ability to recount and recall fables, folktales, and myths, as
their basis for...
Report/Represent
Students will answer the following questions to
reflect on their understanding.
0 How is recounting a sto...
Show What You Know
Assessment that proves the standard was met:
Create an interactive fable, folktale, or myth on
storybir...
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Disciplinary Vocabulary Schroeder L

  1. 1. I can recount and recall folktales, myths and fables in my reading and writing.
  2. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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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