Examining how different texts have the power to influence how and what we think is an important life-long skill students need to learn early on. This worksheet includes three questions to get kids thinking about the power authors have to influence their reader.
Read a version of The Three Little Pigs. The first question asks students to reflect on what they think of the wolf after hearing this story.
Then read The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. The second question asks the students to reflect on their beliefs about the wolf now.
The last question asks, "Why do you think it is important to hear more than one point of view?"
This is a simple and fast lesson to help students become critical readers!
Check out other fairy tale resources:
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Examining Point of View with Fractured Fairy Tales
Comparing and Contrasting Fairy Tales
Fairy Tale and Fable Themes
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