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Folktales: The Theme of Good and Evil in "Master Frog"

Folktales: The Theme of Good and Evil in "Master Frog"
Folktales: The Theme of Good and Evil in "Master Frog"
Folktales: The Theme of Good and Evil in "Master Frog"
Folktales: The Theme of Good and Evil in "Master Frog"
Folktales: The Theme of Good and Evil in "Master Frog"
Folktales: The Theme of Good and Evil in "Master Frog"
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Folktale Study: "Master Frog"

The lesson and worksheets are printable and ready to use.

I have priced this super-low because it is a basic product: a lesson plan, a 2 page worksheet, answer key, and a basic PowerPoint.

If you have the folktale “Master Frog" by Lynette Dyer Vuong in your anthology, this product will be helpful.

Using the Common Core Standards 7.2, 7.3, I have included an EATS lesson plan with an Essential Question, preview vocabulary (including metamorphosis, motifs and story vocabulary), an activating strategy, teaching strategies and a summarizing strategy (Exit Ticket).

BEST OF ALL is the two-page worksheet that students can fill out as they read.

Thank you!


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16 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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