Five classic children’s tales provide practice in identifying prose, drama, and poetry. Each one-page story contains instances of each literary form. To fulfill Common Core State Standards RL.3.5 and RL.4.5, students label each type of literature and justify with structures present in the text.
• Quick reference guide with examples of prose, drama, and poetry
• Quick reference guide with definitions of structures for each type of literature
• Student response sheet featuring “Robin Hood”*
• Student response sheet featuring “Little Red Riding Hood Meets the Wolf”*
• Student response sheet featuring “Hansel and Gretel”*
• Student response sheet featuring “Mother Goose’s Party”*
• Student response sheet featuring “Goldilocks, or the Three Bears”*
• Answer sheets
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Created by master teacher Brenda Kovich
, this set is classroom tested and kid approved. It is also available as a part of the Prose, Drama, and Poetry Unit
, which also includes lesson plans and a PowerPoint presentation for direct instruction.
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• Finding a Theme Unit
• Summarizing Unit
• Describing a Character Unit
• Words from Mythology Unit
• Prose, Drama, and Poetry Unit
• Determining and Defending Point of View Unit
• Comparing and Contrasting Folklore Unit
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*Nursery stories were adapted from Dramatic Reader for Lower Grades by Florence Holbrook, which was published by American Book Company in 1911 and is now in the public domain.
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