Unit 4 Assignment: Graphic Organizer for Traditional Fable
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For this Unit 4 assignment, you will begin working on creating a traditional fable by completing and submitting the “Graphic Organizer for Traditional Fable” template. The graphic organizer will help you prepare to write a short fable that you will submit and present in Unit 6.
The finished fable will be an original short story that follows the traditional model of creating characters, settings, and plot that teach a moral. You will choose a moral from this collection of Aesop Fables from the Library of Congress Interactive Collection of Aesop Fables. Click on each fable to see the short stories and interactive images. Then, create two or three characters for your fable to help you create a story with a lesson. The characters must be animals or inanimate things (such as the sun or the wind) that act and think like humans.
You will work on the fable over three units as follows:
Unit 4: Complete the Fable Graphic Organizer.
Unit 5: Write and illustrate your fable.
Unit 6: Submit your fable and your presentation of the fable. Your presentation may be a PowerPoint where you read your fable and show the illustrations or a video where you share the fable any way you want. For instance, you might show the illustrations as you tell the fable or read the fable. Or you might want to make it into a puppet show or dramatization.
Use this link to see a good tutorial from Wikihow on how to write a fable: https://www.wikihow.com/Write-a-Fable
Directions: Use this graphic organizer to plan the fable you will write and present in Unit 6. Fill in the boxes below Write complete sentences to describe your story’s traditional style, morals, characters, setting, and plot.
Due Date: 11:59 p.m. EST, Sunday of Unit 4
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