Reflection: Intrinsic Motivation The Korean Cinderella: Day 5 of Cinderella Unit - Section 1: Background and introduction


     My observation of students during this lesson indicate that they are entranced with multi-media presentations.  They indicate how disappointed they are when those types of presentations are over.  They want to see and hear more because it stimulates their senses.  Students also share that they enjoy using technology for research.  I try to integrate a lot of technology into my lesson to reach my 21 Century audience.

  Intrinsic Motivation: Multimedia Tools
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The Korean Cinderella: Day 5 of Cinderella Unit

Unit 1: Fractured Fairly Tales
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT identify point of view as a literary device that shapes the story.

Big Idea: As an important literary technique,differences in perspective and point of view are exemplified in stories with the same central theme, such as this Korean version of CInderella

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English / Language Arts, Literature, Fictional Literature, Project Based Learning, fractured fairy tales, Korean Cinderella
  60 minutes
cinderella korean
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