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Grab a pile of fractured fairy tales. Students love "The Three Little Wolves and the BIG BAD Pig!" or "Goldilocks and One Bear?"
This book study teaches students about fractured fairy tales while asking them to define important story elements.
This book study includes:
An anchor chart
An optional cover for student materials
A quote for analysis, discussion, and debate
Definition of a fractured fairy tale
Characters (good and bad)
Comparing and contrasting characters
Character traits along with a list of traits to choose from
Point-of-view (very important!)
Events sequenced correctly
Universal or world truth
Application of lessons learned
Illustration page with student directions
Text evidence student bookmarks
This book study is great for guided reading or whole group instruction, book clubs, and EASILY lends itself to differentiation.
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