Genre Activities - Folktale Genre & Fiction Genre- Lesson Plans - Digital Option

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    Bundle Description

    Save over 45% with this discounted bundle that includes our Folktale Genre Unit and our Fiction Genre Unit! These two units each include 8 lesson plans that teach the traits of each genre explicitly. It comes with lesson plans, printouts, formative assessments, tasks, posters, and a summative assessment. A social media theme has been used to make it more engaging and trendy for the students.

    We've added a Google Classroom version for the activities in this bundle.

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    This bundle includes:

    Folktale Genre Unit

    Folktale / Traditional Literature comprehensive unit designed for direct and explicit teaching of how to identify different folktale genres by analyzing the setting, events, and characters of the folktale genres:

    • Fairy Tales

    • Fables

    • Tall Tales

    • Legends

    • Myths

    Fiction Genre Unit

    Genre comprehensive unit designed for direct and explicit teaching of how to identify different fiction genres by analyzing the setting, events, and characters of the fiction genres:

    • Historical Fiction

    • Science Fiction

    • Realistic Fiction

    • Mystery

    • Fantasy

    Purpose of Unit

    We created these two units because materials that teach the skill of identifying genres thoroughly are difficult to find. Most materials rush the process, but identifying genres takes time and lots of practice. Our goal was to allow the students time to work with the different genres so that they truly would know the specific characteristics of each genre. This knowledge will help them predict patterns when they read different stories and increase their comprehension and assist in their narrative writing.

    Each Individual Genre Unit Includes:

    - 8 very detailed lesson plans with learning goals, learning targets

    - 8 formative assessments for each lesson

    - 8 accompanied PowerPoints to guide the teaching and engage the students

    - Samples for assessments and tasks

    - “I Can” Statements

    - Learning Scales and Student Tracking Sheet based on Marzano’s Learning Scales

    - 1 summative assessment

    - 1 Writing Craftivity

    - Classroom Genre Posters

    We broke down the learning goal of “Identifying genres by analyzing the setting, events and characters” into digestible lessons. This unit will easily last 3 weeks if not more, but when the students are finished, they will be able to identify genres throughout their lives.

    Detailed Lesson Plans for Teachers Include:

    - CCSS Standard

    - Overview of Lesson

    - Learning goal and target

    - Critical Input / Teacher Focus

    - Enduring Understanding

    - Essential Question

    - Materials Needed

    - Formative Assessment

    - Summative Assessment

    - Accompanying PowerPoints

    - Detailed lessons with each target that include:

    - Motivational Hook

    - Guided Practice

    - Independent Practice / Formative Assessment

    - Ppts

    Ways to Use this Unit

    - Whole group reading time

    - Small group explicit teaching time

    - Intervention groups

    - Long-term Sub Plans

    - Tasks can be used during reading block flex-time to keep students engaged.

    Enjoy!

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    Total Pages
    284+
    Answer Key
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    Teaching Duration
    3 Weeks
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
    Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
    Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
    Analyze how two or more texts address similar themes or topics in order to build knowledge or to compare the approaches the authors take.

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