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Published by the Core Knowledge Foundation,www coreknowledge org. Copyright 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation,All Rights Reserved. PRINTED IN CANADA,10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1, Trademarks and trade names are shown in this book strictly for. illustrative and educational purposes and are the property of their. respective owners References herein should not be regarded as. affecting the validity of said trademarks and trade names. No part of this work may be photocopied or recorded added to. an information storage or retrieval system posted to the Web. or otherwise reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any. 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation, means electronic or mechanical without prior written permission. of the Core Knowledge Foundation unless said reproduction or. transmission is expressly permitted by federal copyright law Inquiries. regarding permissions should be addressed to the Core Knowledge. Foundation 801 E High Street Charlottesville VA 22902. TABLE OF CONTENTS,The Core Knowledge Language Arts Program.
Fables and Stories,Introduction to Fables and Stories iv. Lesson 1 The Boy Who Cried Wolf 1,Lesson 2 The Maid and the Milk Pail 11. Lesson 3 The Goose and the Golden Eggs 19,Lesson 4 The Dog in the Manger 29. Lesson 5 The Wolf in Sheep s Clothing 37,Lesson 6 The Fox and the Grapes 46. Pausing Point 1 55,Lesson 7 The Little Half Chick Medio Pollito 59.
Lesson 8 It Could Always Be Worse 69,Lesson 9 The Tale of Peter Rabbit 79. Lesson 10 Anansi and the Moss Covered Rock 91, Lesson 11 The Classic Tales of Brer Rabbit Brer Fox Brer Rabbit. Brer Bear and the Peanut Patch 103, Lesson 12 The Classic Tales of Brer Rabbit Brer Fox Goes Hunting 114. Pausing Point 2 123,Domain Assessment 127,Appendix 129. 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation Fables and Stories Introduction iii. Introduction to,Fables and Stories, This introduction includes the necessary background information.
to be used in teaching the Fables and Stories domain The Tell. It Again Read Aloud Anthology for Fables and Stories contains. twelve daily lessons each of which is composed of two distinct. parts so that the lesson may be divided into smaller chunks of. time and presented at different intervals during the day The entire. lesson will require a total of sixty minutes, In this domain we have used actual trade books as the read. alouds in Lessons 7 8 and 10 12 We have included page. references as well as the end of the applicable sentence from the. trade book in bold as the cue for when to use the Guided Listening. Support prompts In these cases we especially recommend that. you take a few minutes to see how the material is organized prior. to your presentation of the read aloud, We have included two Pausing Points in this domain one after. Lesson 6 at the end of the fables section and another after. Lesson 12 at the end of the stories section You may wish to pause. and spend one to two days reviewing reinforcing or extending the. material taught prior to each of the two Pausing Points You should. spend no more than sixteen days total on this domain. Along with this anthology you will need, Tell It Again Media Disk or the Tell It Again Flip Book for Fables. and Stories,Tell It Again Image Cards for Fables and Stories. Tell It Again Workbook for Fables and Stories,Tell It Again Posters for Fables and Stories.
iv Fables and Stories Introduction 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation. The following trade books are used as read alouds, Se or Cat s Romance and Other Favorite Stories from Latin. America by Lucia M Gonzalez Scholastic 2001 ISBN,0439278638 Lesson 7. It Could Always Be Worse A Yiddish Folk Tale by Margot. Zemach Farrar Straus and Giroux 1990 ISBN 0374436360. Anansi and the Moss Covered Rock retold by Eric A Kimmel. Holiday House 1990 ISBN 0823407989 Lesson 10, The Classic Tales of Brer Rabbit by Joel Chandler Harris. Running Press Kids 2008 ISBN 0762432196 Lessons 11 and. You will find the Instructional Objectives and Core Vocabulary. for this domain below The lessons that include Student Choice. Domain Related Trade Book Extensions Image Cards Posters. Parent Letters Instructional Masters and Assessments are also. listed in the information below,Why Fables and Stories Are Important. This domain will introduce your students to fables and stories. that have delighted generations By listening to these classics. students will increase their vocabulary and reading comprehension. skills learn valuable lessons about ethics and behavior become. familiar with the key elements and parts of a story and acquire. cultural literacy For example a student who has listened to The. Wolf in Sheep s Clothing in this grade will be prepared to later. understand a newspaper writer who characterizes a corrupt. politician as a wolf in sheep s clothing, In the first six read alouds of the anthology your students will.
listen to some well known fables which are special types of fiction. that teach morals or important lessons Listening to fables such. as The Boy Who Cried Wolf The Goose and the Golden Eggs. and The Fox and the Grapes will help students learn the elements. of this genre In the last six read alouds they will be introduced. to classic folktales such as Medio Pollito The Little Half Chick. and It Could Always Be Worse and will develop an understanding. 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation Fables and Stories Introduction v. of different types of fiction Reading these fables and stories will. help first grade students develop a strong foundation for the. understanding and enjoyment of fiction, What Students Have Already Learned in Core Knowledge. Language Arts During Kindergarten, The following kindergarten domains are particularly relevant to the. read alouds your students will hear in Fables and Stories. Nursery Rhymes and Fables, Listed below are the specific kindergarten content objectives. that your students targeted in these domains This background. knowledge will greatly enhance your students understanding of. the read alouds they are about to enjoy,Students will. Demonstrate familiarity with nursery rhymes and fables. Describe the characters and events in nursery rhymes and. Explain that fables teach a lesson that is stated as the moral of. Identify the moral of fables,Explain how animals often act as people in fables.
personification, Listen to and then demonstrate familiarity with stories including. the ideas they express, Explain that fiction can be in many different forms including. folktales trickster tales and tall tales,Identify the setting of a given story. Identify the characters of a given story,Identify the plot of a given story. vi Fables and Stories Introduction 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation. Instructional Objectives for Fables and Stories, The following chart contains all of the Core Content Objectives.
and Language Arts Objectives for this domain broken down by. Fables and Stories Overview,Objectives,1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12. Core Content, Demonstrate familiarity with particular fables and stories. Identify characteristics of fables short moral,personification. Explain in their own words the moral of a particular fable. Identify character plot and setting as basic story. Describe the characters plot and setting of a given fable. Identify that fables and folktales as two types of fiction. Language Arts,Use agreed upon rules for group discussions L 1 1. Ask questions to clarify classroom routines L 1 2,Carry on and participate in a conversation L 1 3.
Identify and express physical sensations L 1 4,Follow multi step oral directions L 1 5. Learn common sayings and phrases such as Wolf in, sheep s clothing Sour grapes and Do unto others as. you would have them do unto you L 1 9, Prior to listening to a read aloud identify orally or in. writing what they know and have learned that may be. related L 1 10, Listen to and understand a variety of texts L 1 11. Make predictions orally or in writing prior to and during a. read aloud L 1 12, Describe illustrations orally or in writing L 1 13.
Use pictures accompanying the read aloud to check and. support understanding L 1 14,Learn new words from read alouds and discussions. Learn synonyms and antonyms L 1 16, 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation Fables and Stories Introduction vii. Objectives,1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12,Language Arts. Answer questions orally or in writing requiring literal recall. and understanding of the details and or facts of a read. aloud L 1 17, Ask questions to clarify information or the topic in a read. aloud L 1 18, Use narrative language to describe orally or in writing.
characters a setting facts or events in a read aloud. Answer questions orally or in writing that require making. interpretations judgments or giving opinions L 1 20. Compare and contrast orally or in writing similarities and. differences L 1 21,Make personal connections orally or in writing. Draw pictures dictate or write simple sentences to. represent details or information from a read aloud L 1 24. Distinguish fantasy from realistic text L 1 25, Evaluate and select read alouds books or poems on the. basis of personal choice for rereading L 1 27, Rehearse and perform poems stories and plays for an. audience using eye contact appropriate volume and clear. enunciation L 1 28,Share writing with others L 1 29. Retell orally or in writing a read aloud including. characters setting plot and events of the story in proper. sequence L 1 30, Demonstrate understanding orally or in writing of literary.
language L 1 32, Change some story events and provide a different story. ending orally or in writing L 1 33, Create tell and or draw and write an original story with. characters L 1 34,Core Vocabulary for Fables and Stories. The following list contains all of the boldfaced words in Fables and. Stories in the forms in which they appear in the text The inclusion. of the words on this list does not mean that students are expected. to immediately be able to use all of these words on their own. However through repeated exposure throughout the lessons they. should acquire a good understanding of most of these words and. begin to use some of them in conversation, viii Fables and Stories Introduction 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation. Lesson 1 Lesson 5 Lesson 9,company disguise exert,prank fleece mischief.
shepherd flock naughty,startled pretend sobs,tended prowled thief. Lesson 2 Lesson 6 Lesson 10,balanced bunch satis ed. jealous juicy shy,milkmaid lunged wicked,plumpest pluck yams. Lesson 3 ripe Lesson 11,delight Lesson 7 envious,golden brook furious. goose lack lumbering,greedy waste obliged,handsome sum whim ripen.
Lesson 4 Lesson 8 Lesson 12,budge advice appreciate. manger misfortune encounters,oxen quarreling game,plow rabbi mess. stingy unfortunate sense, 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation Fables and Stories Introduction ix. Student Choice and Domain Related Trade Book Extensions. In the Tell It Again Read Aloud Anthology for Fables and Stories. Student Choice activities are suggested in Lessons 5B and 12B. Domain Related Trade Book activities are also suggested in. Lessons 5B and 12B A list of recommended titles is included at. the end of this introduction or you may select another title of your. Fables and Stories Image Cards, There are thirteen Image Cards for Fables and Stories The Image. Cards include illustrations from the read alouds that may be used. to sequence and retell the story as well as to enhance factual. knowledge required for the understanding of a fable In the Tell It. Again Read Aloud Anthology for Fables and Stories Image Cards. are referenced in the Pausing Points and in Lesson 3. Fables and Stories Posters, There are six Posters for Fables and Stories The Posters may be.
used to give students visuals of the six fables as well as of two of. the sayings and phrases, Instructional Masters and Parent Take Home Letters. Blackline Instructional Masters and Parent Take Home Letters are. included in the Tell It Again Workbook, In the Tell It Again Read Aloud Anthology for Fables and Stories. Instructional Masters are referenced in the Domain Assessment. Pausing Points and in the following lessons 2B and 6B The. Parent Letters are referenced in the following lessons 1B and 7B. Assessments, In the Tell It Again Read Aloud Anthology for Fables and Stories. Instructional Masters 6B 1 and DA 1 are used for this purpose. Use the following Tens Conversion Chart to convert a raw score on. each assessment into a Tens score, x Fables and Stories Introduction 2010 Core Knowledge Foundation. Tens Conversion Chart,Number Correct, 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30.
3 0 3 7 10,4 0 3 5 8 10,5 0 2 4 6 8 10,6 0 2 3 5 7 8 10. 7 0 1 3 4 6 7 9 10,8 0 1 3 4 5 6 8 9 10,9 0 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10. 10 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10,11 0 1 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 9 10. Number of Questions,12 0 1 2 3 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 10,13 0 1 2 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 8 9 10. 14 0 1 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 9 9 10,15 0 1 1 2 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10.
16 0 1 1 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 8 9 9 10,17 0 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 8 8 9 9 10. 18 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10,19 0 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7. Read Aloud Anthology Fables and Stories Lesson 11 The Classic Tales of Brer Rabbit Brer Fox familiar with the key elements and parts of a story and acquire

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