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You need: -Journal -Pencil or Pen -Highlighter Today is Monday, October 7 th . That means you have a reading log due. Place it in the black basket on the round table in the back. . Traditional Literature Genres. Second 12 weeks: Exploring my Influences 6th Grade Reading.

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You need:

-Journal

-Pencil or Pen

-Highlighter

Today is Monday, October 7th. That means you have a reading log due. Place it in the black basket on the round table in the back.

Traditional Literature Genres

Second 12 weeks: Exploring my Influences

6th Grade Reading


Update table of contents

-Add the assignments from last week to your Table of Contents on page 1.

-Go to the assignments in your lesson section and make sure that they have dates and headings.

-In your Table of Contents, add the page number that the assignment is on.


Copy into the GENRE section of your journal. Highlight or underline the information in red.

Drama/Plays

Plays are written to be performed by live actors, onstage.

Plays are told through dialogue and characters’ actions.

Play scripts include stagedirections.

Plays may be divided into scenes.

Plays take place in one or more time frames and settings.


Set up your next genre page like this


Fairy Tales

  • Purpose

    • Focus on a problem to solve

    • Teaches a lesson or points out a value that is important to a culture


Fairy Tales

  • History

    • Told for hundreds of years

    • Different cultures share many of the same stories (Cinderella)

    • Teaches about places, history, and values


GENRE section of your journal.

type of fantasy, often about royalty

Features of a Fairy Tale


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This tale is a type of fantasy, often about royalty

One character is often helped by another

Features of a Fairy Tale


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This tale is a type of fantasy, often about royalty

One character is often helped by another

Features of a Fairy Tale

Often, people appear or events happen three times


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This tale is a type of fantasy, often about royalty

One character is often helped by another

Features of a Fairy Tale

Often, people appear or events happen three times

A helper and/or “bad guy” may have magical powers


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This tale is a type of fantasy, often about royalty

One character is often helped by another

Features of a Fairy Tale

fantastic or magical creatures; some animals and objects can talk.

Often, people appear or events happen three times

A helper and/or “bad guy” may have magical powers


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This tale is a type of fantasy, often about royalty

One character is often helped by another

The tale has a happyending

Features of a Fairy Tale

Has fantastic or magical creatures; some animals and objects can talk.

Often, people appear or events happen three times

A helper and/or “bad guy” may have magical powers


Lesson Section

Warm-uP

Copy and Complete the sentences below the chart to respond to the fairy tale from yesterday.

“Cinderella”

The Cinderella story points out values important to our culture such as _________________________. The story accomplishes this by _______________________.


Genre Section

Folktales

  • Literature that has been passed down from generation to generation

  • Consist of traditions, beliefs, and stories handed down by a particular people or by word of mouth.


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characters are usually animals.

Features of Fables


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At least one character has a flaw or problem.

The characters are usually animals.

Features of Fables


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At least one character has a flaw or problem.

The characters are usually animals.

One character learns something from another character.

Features of Fables


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At least one character has a flaw or problem.

The characters are usually animals.

One character learns something from another character.

Features of Fables

The story has a moral stated at the end.


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At least one character has a flaw or problem.

The characters are usually animals.

One character learns something from another character.

Features of Fables

The story is brief.

The story has a moral stated at the end.


LESSON Section

Don’t forget to write the date and heading!

10/8/13

Why is “The Hare and the Tortoise” a Fable?

Go easy on the glue! 


FABLES

Use the words in red to fill in the blanks on your chart!

Features of a Fable

In “Hare and Tortoise”


Why is “the Hare and The tortoise” a Fable?

Use the words in red to fill in the blanks on your chart!

Features of a Fable

In “Hare and Tortoise”


Why is “the Hare and The tortoise” a Fable?

Use the words in red to fill in the blanks on your chart!

Features of a Fable

In “Hare and Tortoise”


Why is “the Hare and The tortoise” a Fable?

Use the words in red to fill in the blanks on your chart!

Features of a Fable

In “Hare and Tortoise”


Why is “the Hare and The tortoise” a Fable?

Use the words in red to fill in the blanks on your chart!

Features of a Fable

In “Hare and Tortoise”


Why is “the Hare and The tortoise” a Fable?

Use the words in red to fill in the blanks on your chart!

Features of a Fable

In “Hare and Tortoise”


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Legend has a basis in historical fact.

Features of a Legend


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A legend focuses on an individual and his/her accomplishments or powers, or an event.

Legend has a basis in historical fact.

Features of a Legend


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A legend focuses on an individual and his/her accomplishments or powers, or an event.

Legend has a basis in historical fact.

A legend may include miraculous or supernatural events.

Features of a Legend


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A legend focuses on an individual and his/her accomplishments or powers, or an event.

Legend has a basis in historical fact.

A legend may include miraculous or supernatural events.

Features of a Legend

A legend may contain a moral, or lesson.


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A legend focuses on an individual and his/her accomplishments or powers, or an event.

The ___________ are usually ___________.

A legend may include miraculous or supernatural events.

Features of a Legend

A takes place in the context of a particular place and its history, creating a connection with a culture.

A legend may contain a moral, or lesson.


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

The story presents a problem and a solution that explains why things in nature are a certain way.

Features of a Pourquoi


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This story is brief. The title is about something in nature.

The story presents a problem and a solution that explains why things in nature are a certain way.

Features of a Pourquoi


GENRE section of your journal.

This story is brief. The title is about something in nature.

The story presents a problem and a solution that explains why things in nature are a certain way.

The setting is often a key part of the story.

Features of a Pourquoi


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This story is brief. The title is about something in nature.

The story presents a problem and a solution that explains why things in nature are a certain way.

The setting is often a key part of the story.

Features of a Pourquoi

The main characters are usually animals or objects in nature.


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This story is brief. The title is about something in nature.

The story presents a problem and a solution that explains why things in nature are a certain way.

The setting is often a key part of the story.

Features of a Pourquoi

The main characters are usually animals or objects in nature.

One character has a flaw.


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

This story is brief. The title is about something in nature.

The story presents a problem and a solution that explains why things in nature are a certain way.

The setting is often a key part of the story.

Features of a Pourquoi

The main characters are usually animals or objects in nature.

The characters’ actions cause something to change, or happen, in nature.

One character has a flaw.


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A tall tale is usually a funny story with exaggerations

Features of a Tall Tale


A tall tale is usually a funny story with exaggerations

The main character is a hero or heroine and is often based on a realperson

Features of a Tall Tale


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

A tall tale is usually a funny story with exaggerations

The hero may have a helper that might have been an animal or an object

The main character is a hero or heroine and is often based on a realperson

Features of a Tall Tale


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

A tall tale is usually a funny story with exaggerations

The hero may have a helper that might have been an animal or an object

The main character is a hero or heroine and is often based on a realperson

Features of a Tall Tale

The hero has super strength and/or skills


Copy the red parts on the graphic organizer into the GENRE section of your journal.

A tall tale is usually a funny story with exaggerations

The hero may have a helper that might have been an animal or an object

The main character is a hero or heroine and is often based on a realperson

Features of a Tall Tale

The hero has super strength and/or skills

The hero has to fight or outwit a “bully” in the form of nature, an animal, or a group of people


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The story is simple

and brief.

Features of Noodle Head Tales


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The story is humorous and entertaining.

The story is simple

and brief.

Features of Noodle Head Tales


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The story is humorous and entertaining.

The story is simple

and brief.

The main character is foolish and acts foolishly.

Features of Noodle Head Tales


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The story is humorous and entertaining.

The story is simple

and brief.

The main character is foolish and acts foolishly.

Features of Noodle Head Tales

The main character may believe something unbelievable, make a simple situation complicated, create a problem out of nothing, and/or misunderstand simple directions.


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The story is humorous and entertaining.

The story is simple

and brief.

The main character is foolish and acts foolishly.

Features of Noodle Head Tales

The main character is not mean, and the story is not intended to make fun of him or her.

The main character may believe something unbelievable, make a simple situation complicated, create a problem out of nothing, and/or misunderstand simple directions.


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The story is humorous and entertaining.

The story is simple

and brief.

The main character usually succeeds in her tasks, helps someone, or ends up doing something good even though they act foolishly.

The main character is foolish and acts foolishly.

Features of Noodle Head Tales

The main character is not mean, and the story is not intended to make fun of him or her.

The main character may believe something unbelievable, make a simple situation complicated, create a problem out of nothing, and/or misunderstand simple directions.


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