Learning Objective : Describe the structural differences of various types of imaginative narratives Literary analysis 3.1. What are we going to describe today?. Describe the structural differences of various types of imaginative narratives. Partner Share.
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Learning Objective: Describe the structural differences of various types of imaginative narratives
Literary analysis 3.1
Describe the structural differences of various types of imaginative narratives
Share with your partner the last story or movie that involved magic and talking animals?
Non- example: Junie B. Jones- Realistic fiction
Makes us better reader and it helps us make better predictions.
Legends/ Tall Tales
Begins with Once upon a time
Good vs. evil
Talking objects and animals
Sometimes deals with royalty
have a happy ending
Read the Lion and the Mouse
This passage is best described as
A fable about animals who learn a lesson
A fairy tale about characters with magical powers
A modern science fiction story
A myth that explains how things began
A long time ago there were a king and queen who were unhappy because they were childless. But it happened that once when the queen was bathing, a frog crept out of the water on to the land, and said to her, "Your wish shall be fulfilled, before a year has gone by, you shallhave a daughter."
The passage is best described as a
ClosureWhat makes a story a fairy tale? Fable? Fantasy?What distinguishes a Tall tale?Why is knowing the features of various imaginative narratives important?
This passage is a tall tale because
It has talking animals
b. It has characters that are exaggerated
c. Teaches a moral lesson
d. Has a happy ending
Read each story and identify what type of folktale it is. Is it a fable, fairy tale or a tall tale? Give two reasons to support your answer