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Retelling: Summarizing the Plot. Which retelling of “The Three Little Pigs” is better? Why?. Some pigs built some houses, and a wolf came to blow down their houses but couldn’t. it’s a story called “The Three Little Pigs.”

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Retelling summarizing the plot

Retelling: Summarizing the Plot

Which retelling of “The Three Little Pigs” is better? Why?

  • Some pigs built some houses, and a wolf came to blow down their houses but couldn’t. it’s a story called “The Three Little Pigs.”

  • This is the story of “The Three Little Pigs.” No one knows who first told this story. The main characters are three pigs and a wolf. The three pigs each decide to build a house. The first one makes his house out of hay. A wolf comes along and blows it down, and that pig has to rush to the next pig’s house. He had made his house out of sticks. Next, the wolf goes there and blows it down, and both pigs run to the third pig’s house. The third one had made his house out of bricks. Finally, the wolf goes there and tries to blow it down but can’t. the wolf climbs down the chimney and falls into a pot of boiling water. He runs screaming out front door and never bothers the pigs again. The three pigs live happily ever after.


Retelling tips

A good retelling should:

  • State the title and author

  • Describe the setting

  • Identify the main characters

  • Relate the main events, including the conflict

  • Use time-order words like first, next, and finally

  • Keep events in the right order

  • Explain how the story ends

Retelling Tips


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Retelling: Summarizing the Plot

Now, which retelling of “The Three Little Pigs” is better? Why?

  • Some pigs built some houses, and a wolf came to blow down their houses but couldn’t. it’s a story called “The Three Little Pigs.”

  • This is the story of “The Three Little Pigs.” No one knows who first told this story. The main characters are three pigs and a wolf. The three pigs each decide to build a house. The first one makes his house out of hay. A wolf comes along and blows it down, and that pig has to rush to the next pig’s house. He had made his house out of sticks. Next, the wolf goes there and blows it down, and both pigs run to the third pig’s house. The third one had made his house out of bricks. Finally, the wolf goes there and tries to blow it down but can’t. the wolf climbs down the chimney and falls into a pot of boiling water. He runs screaming out front door and never bothers the pigs again. The three pigs live happily ever after.


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