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<ul><li> 1. FOLK TALES, FAIRY TALES, AND FABLES Ms. Lichtenstein3rd Grade English/Language Arts </li> <li> 2. FOLK TALEMade up storyPassed down from oldergenerationsLegends, wise talesStories are superstitious </li> <li> 3. FAIRY TALEA simple childrens storyUses your imaginationUsually involves magicPrincesses, fairies, goblins,wizards, etc. </li> <li> 4. FABLEA short, fictional storyUsually teach a lessonMoralUses animals, creaturesOften see talking animals </li> <li> 5. THEMESubject for a storyQualities and characteristicsExamples of common themes Journeys/ adventure Love/ friendship Mysteries </li> <li> 6. MAIN IDEABig picture of a storyMessage in a storyLook for a topic sentence Idea </li> <li> 7. MORALLesson about right andwrongMorals arent always good Bad things can teach good lessons </li> <li> 8. WRITING TOOLSPrediction: what you think willhappenPersonification: giving humancharacteristics to thingsPoint of View: who tells the storySetting: where the story takes place </li> <li> 9. THE LITTLE RED HENThen, probably because she had acquiredthe habit, the Red Hen called: Who will eatthe Bread? All the animals in the barnyardwere watching hungrily and smacking theirlips in anticipation, and the pig said, I will,and the Cat said, I will, and the Rat said, Iwill. But the Little Red Hen said, No, youwont. I will. And she did. </li> <li> 10. THE LITTLE RED HEN CONT.Type of story (folk tale, fairy tale, fable?) Folk TalePoint of View (whos telling the story?) Red HenSetting: (Where does the story take place?) Farm </li> <li> 11. THE PRINCESS AND THE PEAWell, well soon find that out, thought theold queen. But she said nothing, went intothe bed-room, took all the bedding off thebedspread, and laid a pea on the bottom;then she took twenty mattresses and ladthem on the pea, and then twenty eider-down beds on top of mattresses. </li> <li> 12. THE PRINCESS AND THE PEA CONT.Type of story (folk tale, fairy tale, fable?) Fairy TalePoint of view (who tells the story?) A narrator (unknown character)Setting (where does the story take place?) Princes Castle </li> <li> 13. THE TORTOISE AND THE HAREThe tortoise never for a moment stopped, butwent on with a slow but steady pace straightto the end of the course. The hare, trusting tohis native swiftness, cared little about therace, and lying down by the wayside, fellasleep. At last, waking up, and moving as fastas he could, he saw the tortoise had reachedthe goal and was comfortably dozing afterfatigue. </li> <li> 14. THE TORTOISE AND THE HARE CONT.Type of Story (folk tale, fairy tale, fable?) FablePoint of View (who tells the story?) NarratorSetting (where does the story take place?) Outside at a race/ competition </li> <li> 15. REVIEWThere are several different types of stories Specific things are unique to specific storiesMorals are the lessons/meanings in stories They can be good or badAuthors use writing tools Prediction Personification Point of View Setting </li> <li> 16. WORKS CITED Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales of HansChristian Andersen. 2008. Print. "BrainPOP Jr. | Main Idea | Lesson Ideas." BrainPOPJr. Web. 27 Feb. 2012. "Definition of - Merriam-Websters StudentDictionary." Merriam-Websters Word Central. Web. 27Feb. 2012. </li> <li> 17. WORKS CITED CONT.Various. Childhoods Favorites and FairyStories. Vol. 1. New York: UniversitySociety, 1927. Print. The Young Folks Treasury.Williams, Florance White. The Little Red HenAn Old English Folk Tale. Chicago - Akron, Ohio -New York: Saalfield, 1918. Print. </li> <li> 18. IMAGES Light Bulb Microsoft Clip Art Pea Microsoft Clip Art Rabbit Microsoft Clip Art Turtle Microsoft Clip Art. </li> </ul>