Fairy Tales or Fairytales , Fables, Folktales 2nd Grade Reading Comprehension
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A fairy tales, folk tales, and fables close reading unit can make writing lesson plans a breeze and ensures a deeper exploration into understanding stories while students provide text evidence from specified Mentor Texts (a list is included!). This interactive reading unit uses three different genres to teach deeper thinking about the main characters, the moral of the story, text structure, point of view, and comparing and contrasting stories. Graphic organizers are included and can be used with a small group or the whole class.
These differentiated lesson plans include think sheets, book lists, anchor charts, and more!
This unit is intended to be used over a six-week time frame but can easily be adjusted to meet your needs.
⭐️This unit does not correlate with any one particular reading curriculum. Still, it has been designed to use as a means for covering literature reading comprehension standards and can be used as a supplement or as a stand-alone resource. This resource was designed for second graders.
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Included in the Packet:
✓ Highly Effective Lesson Plans include essential questions, gradual release of responsibility model, high engagement cooperative learning structures incorporated, rubrics to help make students aware of criteria in advance, higher-order questions, standards-based lessons, and beginning and ending review
✓ Graphic Organizers that can be used with easy-to-find literature
✓ Formative Assessment (differentiated options included)
✓ Anchor Charts
✓ Writing in response to reading
✓ Standards Covered:
RL.1 Asking and Answering Questions
RL.2 Central Themes and Retelling
RL.3 Characters Overcome Obstacles
RL.5 Text Structure
RL.6 Point of View
RL. Compare and Contrast Fairy Tales and Folktales
✓ Reading and Discussion Tasks included:
Asking Questions (text-based)
Point of View
Characters' response to challenges
✓ Writing Tasks
Writing about reading (answering text-based questions and retelling)
✓ Foundational Skills
Authors Chosen for this unit:
(These are suggested books. Copies of the books are not provided):
(Version 1) Stone Soup by Jon J Muth
(Version 2) Stone Soup by Kevin Graal (created by Unilever to mark World Food Day)
The Elephant’s Child How the Elephant Got His Trunk (Nook Book) by Rudyard Kipling
(Version 1) Cinderella by Barbara McClintock
(Version 2) Cinderella by Barbara Karlin
Seriously, Cinderella is So Annoying! By Trisha Speed Shaskan
Red Riding Hood by Barbara Karlin
Honestly, Red Riding Hood was Rotten! by Trisha Speed Shaskan
Fables: (All available on the Internet- links included)
The Tortoise and the Hare by Aesop and illustrated by Arthur Rackham
The Boy Who Cried Wolf by Aesop
The Fox and the Grapes by Aesop
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I enjoyed using these well-written lessons with very little prep. My students stayed engaged while enjoying them.
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— Elise D
My students really enjoyed this resource! They wanted to continue working on it, and even after we finished all the practice, they wanted to repeat them! A great resource to have! Easy to use and nicely done!
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