Reflection: Flexibility Introducing Literary Elements - Section 2: Little Red Riding Hood


Although we spoke about the details of the literary elements, students needed practice identifying events in relationship to the plot line.  If you read a story recently in class, that story could be used for this activity.  I just chose Little Red Riding Hood because most of my students are familiar with this.

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  Flexibility: Choosing a Story
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Introducing Literary Elements

Unit 12: Reading: Part II!
Lesson 7 of 16

Objective: SWBAT determine how literary elements in a story interact.

Big Idea: Using Little Red Riding Hood to identify Literary Elements.

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