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Highlander Folktales

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Highlander Folktales

  1. 1. South
American
Folktales

 Highlander
School
 Mrs.
Cavanagh’s
3rd
Grade
Class
 Blair
Brendli
&
Kristen
Boyd
 RISD
MAT
2011

  2. 2. •  Unit
Goal:
ArHsts
use
storytelling
(verbal
&
visual)
to
beLer
understand
 and
communicate
the
culture
of
a
country
•  Lesson
Goal:
ArHsts
can
use
creaHve
wriHng
and
illustraHons
to
 construct
an
exciHng
folktale
that
expresses
ideas
about
a
culture.
•  Assignment:
Create
a
folktale
book
that
reflects
South
American
 culture
through
wriHng
and
art.
Complete
a
planning
guide
and
 storyboard,
which
documents
the
process
of
creaHng
the
final
 piece.
Remember
to
think
about
what
characterisHcs
make
up
an
 exciHng
folktale
and
engaging
folk
art.








  3. 3. Lesson
Objec5ves:
As
a
result
of
 Evalua5on
Criteria/Evidence
of
Success
instruc5on
students
will
be
able
to:

IdenHfy
the
characterisHcs
that
make
up
a
 Students
acHvely
parHcipate
in
class
folktale
and
folk
art
and
recognize
how
 discussions
about
folktales
and
folk
art.

these
communicate
ideas
about
a
culture.
 Their
final
book
reflects
that
they
can
 accurately
indenHfy
the
characterisHcs
of
a
 folktale
and
folk
art.
Create
a
folktale
book
that
reflects
South
 Student’s
final
books
include
disHnct
American
Culture
through
wriHng
and
art.

 references
to
South
American
Culture.

The
 illustraHons
reveal
an
understanding
of
 South
American
Folk
Art
through
forms,
 colors,
paLern
and
design.

Create
a
storyboard
and
other
planning
 Student’s
planning
guides
and
storyboards
guides
to
assist
in
the
creaHon
of
a
final
 show
observable
progress
in
research
and
work.

 evolving
ideas.

Reflect
and
talk
about
the
South
American
 Students
can
accurately
idenHfy
the
content
that
is
incorporated
in
folktale
 cultural
aspects
of
South
America
in
the
books.

 content
of
their
folktale
as
well
as
in
their
 illustraHons.


  4. 4. Folktales
&
Folk
Art

  5. 5. Planning
Guides
 •  hat
country
does
your
story
 W take
place
in?
 •  hat
is
the
landscape
like
 W there?
 •  hat
types
of
animals
are
 W there?
•  hat
does
your
main
character
look
like?
Draw
your
character.
 W•  escribe
your
character.
 D•  hat
is
the
main
problem
in
your
folktale?
 W•  ow
does
your
main
character
find
a
soluHon
to
the
problem?
 H
  6. 6. Storyboards

  7. 7. Books
&
IllustraHons

  8. 8. Cover
Art

  9. 9. ReflecHon
 •  rite
two
things
you
learned
about
 W Folktales.
 •  rite
two
things
you
learned
about
 W Folk
Art.
 •  hat
was
your
favorite
part
of
the
 W project?

  10. 10. ExhibiHon


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