Parts of a StoryStory: The Little Red Hen By: Julia Berardelli
Common Core Standards • ELA CCKRL1- Key Ideas and Details: With prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text. • ELA CCKRL2- Key Ideas and Details: With prompting and support, retell familiar stories including key details. • ELA CCKRL3-Key ideas and Details: With prompting and support, identify characters, setting and major events in a story. • ELA CCKRL5- Craft and Structure: Recognize common types of texts. • ELA CCkRL11- Key Ideas and Details: With Prompting and support, ask and answer questions about key details in a text.
Table of Contents • Venn Diagram: What is an author and illustrator? • Parts of a Story • Introduction and Video with external hyperlink • Let’s listen to The Little Red Hen • Flow Map • Timeline • Class Discussion Slides • Pie Chart and Bar Chart- Would you rather be the hen or her friends? Would you help the hen? • Reviewing the parts of a story • Discussion questions
The author and illustrator are parts of the story, but what do they do? AUTHOR ILLUSTRATOR BOTH • The author writes the words in a story. • They think of the characters • They think of the setting • They think of the problem • They think of how the problem with be fixed. • They think of the end. • Then they write it all down for us to read. When they work together, the author and illustrator create stories and books for everyone to read. The illustrator draws pictures to match the words that the author wrote.
Parts of Story • The characters are the people or animals that the story is about. • The setting is where the characters are. • The beginning is what happened first. • The middle is where the problems start. • The end is when the story is finished. Click here for a fun video that will help us remember the parts of a story!
Let’s Read the Little Red Hen • http://www.speakaboos.com/story/the-little-red-hen
Let’s create a flow map from the story, The Little Red Hen • THE BEGINNING 1 • What happened first? • The Little Red hen wanted to make some bread. • THE MIDDLE 2 • What was the problem? • When she asked her friends for help, they all said no. She had to do all of the work by herself. • THE END 3 • What happened last? • The Little Red Hen ate the bread all by herself. If was not fair for her friends to eat it if they did not help.
Let’s use a timeline to sequence the events in the story, The Little Red Hen. THE BEGINNING THE END
Would you help the Little Red Hen? Would you like to be the hen or her lazy friends? Remember, the hen worked hard and got to eat the bread. Her lazy friends got to rest, but they did not get any of the bread.
Discussion Questions • Would you like to be an author or illustrator? Explain why. 2) How would you feel if you were the hen doing all of the work and no one would help you? 3) Describe something the pig was doing when the hen asked him for help. 4) Describe something the cat was doing when the hen asked him for help. 5) Describe something the duck was doing when the hen asked him for help. 6) What was the problem in this story? 7) Where was the setting for this story?
References: • http://www.speakaboos.com/story/the-little-red-hen • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTpTB4fxigQ THE END