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Learn tips on writing and revising your folktale from writers Alma Flor Ada and Rafe Martin. The authors give guidelines on writing a first draft and re-writing afterwards. Step 3: Write Your Folktale: Previous: Next: Here are some challenges that will help you as you think about the story you want to tell. Give them a try! Feel free to use either Alma's tips or Rafe's tips as you write and.
This graphic organizer is perfect for writing or reading a short story, understanding the flow of a series of historical events, or understanding how flashbacks fit into a novel. An alternative to this organizer is a timeline, which shows the time that passes between events more clearly. Also keep in mind that you can easily tweak this basic graphic organizer so as to demonstrate cyclical.
An author can write a story in the style of a folktale by following its conventions. Study examples of folktales and choose a narrative form. Folktales are a wide-ranging genre, so you can write one in the style of a fairy tale, a Greek or Roman myth, a local legend or an urban myth.
Students write their own folktales with help from a well-known author of children's books. Objectives Students will read or listen to Half-Chicken, a folktale told by Alma Flor Ada. discover the elements of the folktale genre. learn how to analyze literary narrative, particularly plot, character, and moral.
An informative PowerPoint covering the main aspects of folktales: history, examples and key features. Really useful when planning to write a folktale!
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Write On! Tell Me a Folktale Developed by the National PASS Center with funding from the Strategies, Opportunities and Services to Out-of-School Youth (SOSOSY) Migrant Education Program Consortium Grant (2013) Once you have an idea, complete this graphic organizer. It will help you answer some questions and sort out your thoughts.