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Fairy tales quiz

  1. 1. Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  2. 2. Lesson objectives  You will answer multiple-choice, true-false, and yes- no questions on this clicker quiz.  The questions will be about fairy tale characteristics and the two versions of “The Frog Prince” that we read.  You will show that you understand the material by scoring at least 16 out of 20 on this quiz.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  3. 3. Question 1  What is not a  A. Happy endings characteristic of fairy tales?  B. Space travel  C. People, objects, and events in 3s  D. Problem to solveMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  4. 4. Question 1  What is not a characteristic of fairy tales?  B. Space travelMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  5. 5. Question 2  What is a characteristic  A. Good vs. evil of fairy tales?  B. Old vs. young  C. Big vs. little  D. Boy vs. girlMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  6. 6. Question 2  What is a characteristic  A. Good vs. evil of fairy tales?Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  7. 7. Question 3  Which is not a  A. Fantasy and make characteristic of fairy believe tales?  B. Once upon a time  C. Magic  D. True factsMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  8. 8. Question 3  Which is not a  D. True facts characteristic of fairy tales?Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  9. 9. Question 4  Teaching a lesson is a  A. Yes characteristic of fairy tales?  B. NoMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  10. 10. Question 4  Teaching a lesson is a  A. Yes characteristic of fairy tales?Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  11. 11. Question 5  Which character was  A. King evil in “The Frog Prince?’  B. Witch  C. Frog  D. HorseMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  12. 12. Question 5  Which character was  B. Witch evil in “The Frog Prince?’Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  13. 13. Question 6  The princess was happy  A. True to honor the frog’s requests.  B. FalseMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  14. 14. Question 6  The princess was happy  B. False to honor the frog’s requests.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  15. 15. Question 7  Which did not happen  A. 3 iron bars in 3s during “The Frog Prince?”  B. 3 step-sisters  C. Frog stays with princess for 3 days  D. Frog stays with princess for 3 nightsMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  16. 16. Question 7  Which did not happen  B. 3 step-sisters in 3s during “The Frog Prince?”Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  17. 17. Question 8  Which was not an  A. Talking dog example of magic from “The Frog Prince?”  B. Talking frog  C. Witch turned prince into a frog  D. Kiss released the prince from the spellMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  18. 18. Question 8  Which was not an  A. Talking dog example of magic from “The Frog Prince?”Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  19. 19. Question 9  What did the princess  A. A ball drop into the well?  B. A basket  C. A banana  D. A beetleMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  20. 20. Question 9  What did the princess  A. A ball drop into the well?Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  21. 21. Question 10  Which was not a  A. How to get the ball problem in “The Frog out of the well Prince?”  B. How to get rid of the frog  C. How to turn the prince into a frog  D. How to turn the frog back into a princeMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  22. 22. Question 10  Which was not a  C. How to turn the problem in “The Frog prince into a frog Prince?”Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  23. 23. Question 11  Which is not a lesson  A. Honor your that could be learned promises. from “The Frog Prince?”  B. Don’t judge by outward appearances.  C. Good deeds deserve a reward.  D. You should do whatever makes you happy.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  24. 24. Question 11  Which is not a lesson  D. You should do that could be learned whatever makes you from “The Frog Prince?” happy.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  25. 25. Question 12  Did “The Frog Prince  A. Yes have a happy ending?”  B. NoMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  26. 26. Question 12  Did “The Frog Prince  A. Yes have a happy ending?”Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  27. 27. Question 13  The Frog Prince was  A. Yes happy being a prince in The Frog Prince  B. No Continued .Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  28. 28. Question 13  The Frog Prince was  B. No happy being a prince in The Frog Prince Continued .Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  29. 29. Question 14  The prince acted like a  A. Yes frog by sticking out his tongue, making a  B. No croaking snore, and keeping a lily pad in his pocket.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  30. 30. Question 14  The prince acted like a  A. Yes frog by sticking out his tongue, making a croaking snore, and keeping a lily pad in his pocket.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  31. 31. Question 15  There were witches in  A. Yes both stories.  B. NoMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  32. 32. Question 15  There were witches in  A. Yes both stories.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  33. 33. Question 16  Which fairy tale is not  A. Hansel and Gretel mentioned in The Frog Prince Continued?  B. The Three Little Pigs  C. Snow White  D. Sleeping Beauty  E. CinderellaMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  34. 34. Question 16  Which fairy tale is not  B. The Three Little Pigs mentioned in The Frog Prince Continued?Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  35. 35. Question 17  In The Frog Prince  A. True Continued, the prince turned into an airplane.  B. FalseMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  36. 36. Question 17  In The Frog Prince  B. False Continued, the prince turned into an airplane.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  37. 37. Question 18  The Frog Prince  A. True Continued did not have a happy ending.  B. FalseMegan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  38. 38. Question 18  The Frog Prince  B. False Continued did not have a happy ending.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  39. 39. Question 19  The prince and princess  A. True both became frogs at the end of The Frog  B. False Prince Continued.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  40. 40. Question 19  The prince and princess  A. True both became frogs at the end of The Frog Prince Continued.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  41. 41. Question 20  “The Frog Prince” and  A. Yes The Frog Prince Continued are both true  B. No stories.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  42. 42. Question 20  “The Frog Prince” and  B. No The Frog Prince Continued are both true stories.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  43. 43. References Gustafson, S. (2003). Classic fairy tales. Seymour, CT: The Greenwich Workshop, Inc. Microsoft PowerPoint Clipart Library (n.d.) Astronaut [Picture]. Microsoft PowerPoint Clipart Library (n.d.) Happy [Picture]. Microsoft PowerPoint Clipart Library (n.d.) Pig [Picture]. Microsoft PowerPoint Clipart Library (n.d.) Magician [Picture]. Scieszka, J. (1991). The frog prince continued. New York: Viking.Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  44. 44. References [Untitled image of frog prince]. (n.d.) [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/ [Untitled image of witch]. (n.d.) [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/ Vital Imagery, Ltd. (n.d) Cute playful puppy [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/ Vital Imagery, Ltd. (n.d) Evil queen illustration silhouette on a white background [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/ Vital Imagery, Ltd. (n.d) Funny prince frog [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University
  45. 45. References Vital Imagery, Ltd. (n.d) Open book [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/ Vital Imagery, Ltd. (n.d) Prince charming [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/ Vital Imagery, Ltd. (n.d) Well [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/ Vital Imagery, Ltd. (n.d) Witch shoes [Picture]. Retrieved from http://schools.iclipart.com/iowa/Megan Farnsworth CIMT 543 Summer2012 Indiana State University

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