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Grade Span PK - 2 English Language Arts

Fairy Tales
Assessment Notes
Grade Span: PK-2 Discipline: ELA Maine Learning Results: B1,3 Standard B: Literature and Culture Students will use reading, listening, and viewing strategies to experience, understand, and appreciate literature and culture. Performance Indicators: 1, 3 1. Understand the basic plot of simple stories. 3. Identify differences and similarities in story elements (e.g., plot, setting, characters, conflict resolution) in works from various cultures. Assessment Summary: Students listen to or read two versions of the same fairy tale and complete a story map for each version. Students then use a graphic organizer to identify similarities and differences in the two versions. The teacher may need to identify the country the fairy tale originated from if that is not obviously stated in the book or story. This may be done as part of the introduction to the fairy tale prior to reading it, or after reading, the country of origin may be identified through a class discussion. Materials and Resources: Two or more versions of the same fairy tale See list of titles provided Suggested Timeframe: Several days Suggestions for Prior Instruction: Students should have received instruction regarding characteristics of fairy tales and vocabulary words common to fairy tales. A list is provided below. Characteristics of Fairy Tales: Are fantasy Usually end happily Were handed down from generation to generation by word of mouth before being written down. Frequently begin with Once upon a time... or Long, long ago Present good versus evil themes Include heroes/heroines Include characters who have problems Depict hopeless/unhappy situations Have problems solved with magic and/or patience Contain magical people, animals, or objects Students should have heard and discussed numerous fairy tales prior to administering this assessment. Students should be familiar with the scoring guide prior to beginning the activities. Source of Original Assessment: Maryland Assessment Consortium 1994

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SUGGESTED LIST OF FAIRY TALES


Additional Teacher Resources

Three Little Pigs Galdone, Paul. The Three Little Pigs. Seabury Press, 1970. Scieszka, Jon. The True Story of the Three Little Pigs. Viking Kestrel, 1989. Seymour, Peter. The Three Little Pigs. Viking Penguin, 1987. Zemach, Margot. The Three Little Pigs: An Old Story. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1989. Stone Soup Brown, Marcia. Stone Soup. Scribner, 1947. McGovern, Ann. Stone Soup. Troll Associates, 1986. Peterson, Diane. Stone Soup. Troll Associates, 1981. Ross, Tony. Stone Soup. Andersen Press LTD., 1987. Giff, Patricia Reilly, Spectacular Stone Soup, 1989. Lindquist, Willis, Stone Soup, 1970. Jack and the Beanstalk de LaMare, Walter. Jack and the Beanstalk. Knopf, 1959. de Regniers, Beatrice Schenk. Jack and the Beanstalk. Atheneum, 1985. Haley, Gail. lack and The Fire Dragon. Jacobs, Joseph. Jack and the Beanstalk. H. Z. Walck, 1975. Ross, Tony. Jack and the Beanstalk. Delacorte Press, 1981. Cinderella Brown, Marcia. Cinderella. Delamore, David. Cinderella. Jackson, M. Unlucky Cinderella. (a play) Louie, A. Yeh-Shen. Little Red Riding Hood Galdone, Paul. Little Red Riding Hood. Grirnm, Jacob and Wilhelm. Little Red Riding Hood. Montresor, Beni. Little Red Riding Hood. Young, Ed. Lon Po Po. The Three Little Bears Galdone, Paul. The Three Little Bears. Turkle, Briton. Deep in the Forest. Tolhurst, Marilyn. Somebody and the Three Blairs. Sleeping Beauty Ainsworth, Alison. Sleeping Beauty. 1985. Southgate, Vera. Sleeping Beauty. 1965. Yolen, Jane. Sleeping Ugly. 1981. LAD Interim DRAFT
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The Fisherman and His Wife Galdone, Paul. The Three Wishes. 1961. Grimm, Jacob. The Fisherman and His Wife. 1980. Hansel and Gretel Grimm, Jacob, Ludwig, Karl. Hansel and Gretel. 1979. Hillert, Margaret. The Cookie House. 1978. Lesser, Rika. Hansel and Gretel. 1984. Snow White Grimm, Jacob, Ludwig, Karl. Snow White. 1974. Southgate, Vera. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. 1980. Puss in Boots Cauley, Lorinda Bryan. Puss in Boots. 1986. Galdone, Paul. Puss in Boots. 1976. Perrault, Charles. Puss in Boots. 1990. Southgate, Vera. Puss in Boots. 1967. Chicken Little Southgate, Vera. Chicken Licken. 1969. Kellogg, Steven. Chicken Little. Snow White and Rose Red Cooney, Barbara. Snow White and Rose Red. 1965. Southgate, Vera. Snow White and Rose Red. 1979. Rumpelstiltskin Diamond, Donna. Rumpelstiltskin. 1983. Galdone, Paul. Rumpelstiltskin. 1985. Grimm, Jacob. Rumpelstiltskin. 1970. Southgate, Vera. Rumpelstiltskin. 1968. Ness, Evaline. Tom Tit Tot. 1965.

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Grade Span PK - 2 English Language Arts

Fairy Tales
You have listened to or read many fairy tales. Now read or listen to the same fairy tale told by two authors. Tell what happens in each story. Then tell how the two stories are the same and how they are different.

After reading or listening to the first fairy tale, complete the story map below. Title: ___________________________________________ What country did this fairy tale come from?

____________________________________
Describe the setting: _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________

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Grade Span PK - 2 English Language Arts

Fairy Tales
(first fairy tale)

List the characters:

___________________ ___________________ ___________________

____________________ ____________________ ____________________

What was the problem?

________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________

What was the solution?

________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________

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LAD Local Assessment Development

Grade Span PK - 2 English Language Arts

Fairy Tales

After reading or listening to the second fairy tale, complete the story map below. Title: ___________________________________________ What country did this fairy tale come from? ________________________________________________

Describe the setting: _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________ _____________________________________________

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Grade Span PK - 2 English Language Arts

Fairy Tales
(Second fairy tale)

List the characters:

___________________ ___________________ ___________________

____________________ ____________________ ____________________

What was the problem?

_______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________

What was the solution?

_______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________

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Grade Span PK - 2 English Language Arts

Fairy Tales

Same or Different?
Write same or different on the lines below to tell about the two fairy tales. Setting Characters Problems Solutions _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________

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Fairy Tales

Go Beyond: Take the Challenge! Using examples from the story, explain what the differences are in the two fairy tales. ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________ ________________________________________________
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DRAFT SCORING GUIDE

Fairy Tales

LAD PK-2 ELA

1
Content Standard and Performance Indicator attempted demonstration
(does not meet standards)

2
partial demonstration
(partially meets standards)

3
proficient demonstration
(meets standards)

4
sophisticated demonstration
(exceeds standards)

B. Literature and Culture Both story maps include several inaccurate 1. Understand the plot of descriptions of the settings, characters, simple stories problems and solutions to demonstrate a limited understanding of the Source of evidence: plots of the fairy tales. Story maps

Both story maps include descriptions of the settings, characters, problems and solutions with some inaccuracies to demonstrate an incomplete understanding of the plots of the fairy tales. Page 9 identifies differences and similarities in setting, characters, problems and solutions in two fairy tales from different countries with one or two inaccuracies.

3. Identify differences and similarities in story elements (e.g., Plot, setting, characters, conflict resolution,) in works from different cultures. Source of evidence: Same or different page

Page 9 inaccurately identifies each difference and similarity in setting, characters, problems and solutions in two fairy tales from different countries. Responses demonstrate a limited understanding of the plots of the fairy tales.

Both story maps include accurate descriptions of the settings, characters, problems and solutions to demonstrate a complete understanding of the plots of the fairy tales. The problem and solution responses go beyond what you would expect of this age and developmental level. Page 9 accurately identifies Page 9 accurately identifies differences differences and similarities in setting, characters, and similarities in problems and solutions in setting, characters, two fairy tales from problems and solutions in two fairy different countries and on page 10 fully describes how tales from different they are different using countries. examples from the fairy tale. Both story maps include accurate descriptions of the settings, characters, problems and solutions to demonstrate an understanding of the plots of the fairy tales.

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