It's Graduation Day the Tribe! New Great Storytellers Are Born Around the Fire! Day 5 of 5

Unit 1: Generational Stories, Favorites that are Retold, and Native American Unit
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: SWBAT present a retelling of a Native American folktale they've read. SWBAT follow agreed upon rules for presentation, listening, and discussion.

Big Idea: It's graduation day for your tribe! They are ready to become a Great Storyteller, just like their teacher! Your tribe gathers around the fire one last time to share their retellings and get one last, special gift from you!

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English / Language Arts, native peoples, Native American literature, Literature, oral traditions, Reading, setting (Creative Writing), grade 3, Native American, generational stories, generational, generational literature, plot, traditional literature, retelling, folktale, third grade, characters, setting, problem and solution, presentation, speaking, listening, storytelling
  55 minutes
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