T.T202

Fairy Tale Redux

Fairy Tale Redux

Students will identify, re-create, and reflect upon the characters in common fairy tales. The students will first examine The True Story of the Three Pigs by Jon Scieszka to establish the roles of the different characters. Then in groups of four, they will explore, create, and perform dialogue based on other fairy tales.

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These are analytic rubrics. The column on the left shows the dimension that is being measured in the student’s performance. The levels across the top row indicate the performance level in the dimensions. Occasionally all dimensions and performance levels are exemplified by multiple students in a single recording.

TEACHER SCORING RUBRIC—PART 2

  • Dimension
  • Review of Antagonist and Protagonist Based on The True Story of the Three Pigs

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Little or no evidence of identification of antagonist and protagonist was given. No dialogue was written.

    N/A at this time.
  • The antagonist and protagonist are identified. Minimal dialogue is written.

    N/A at this time.
  • The antagonist and protagonist are identified and described. Dialogue is written.

    N/A at this time.
  • The antagonist and protagonist are identified and described in detail. Interesting dialogue is written.

    N/A at this time.

TEACHER SCORING RUBRIC–PART 4

  • Dimension
  • Planned new characters and story adaptations based on assigned fairy tale

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • Little or no evidence of new story or dialogue development provided.

    N/A at this time.
  • The development of a new story and dialogue is completed in a minimal way.

    N/A at this time.
  • The development of a new story and dialogue is completed.

    N/A at this time.
  • The development of a new story and dialogue is completed in a detailed manner.

    N/A at this time.
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