In this lesson students will learn about point of view by reading various folktales. They will analyze how a character's actions, thoughts, and feelings help to portray their point of view in a story. Then they will create a Readers' Theater presentation for the story The Three Little Pigs.
In this lesson students will be reading different versions of the folktale The Three Little Pigs. After reading they will use a graphic organizer to help them write an opinion piece on one of the characters, using references from the text and illustrations in their writing.
This is the first of three lessons based on The Three Little Pigs or another folktale. In this lesson, students will compare and contrast the story elements of different versions of familiar folk tales. Students will complete and use story maps to write, publish, and record their own versions of The Three Little Pigs.
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