Monmouth Junction Cycle 4 – Twisted Fairy Tales

Cycle 4 focused on Language Arts & Communication.  Third grade students learned about point of view, and how it impacts the ways in which stories are told.  Students were then split into small groups and each group chose a classic fairy tale.  They started by reading the original fairy tale and identifying the story elements, which included setting, main characters, problem, main events, and solution/resolution.

After analyzing the original fairy tale, students twisted the tale to tell it from the point of view of a different character – the villain!  They worked together to plan, write, and record their story in a Podcast!  Check out how the classic fairy tales have been twisted and retold from a different point of view!  You’ll never believe what really happened!

Indian Fields Cycle 4 – Twisted Fairy Tales

Cycle 4 focused on Language Arts & Communication.  Third grade students learned about point of view, and how it impacts the ways in which stories are told.  Students were then split into small groups and each group chose a classic fairy tale.  They started by reading the original fairy tale and identifying the story elements, which included setting, main characters, problem, main events, and solution/resolution.

After analyzing the original fairy tale, students twisted the tale to tell it from the point of view of a different character – the villain!  They worked together to plan, write, and record their story in a Podcast!  Check out how the classic fairy tales have been twisted and retold from a different point of view!  You’ll never believe what really happened!

BC Cycle 4 – Twisted Fairy Tales

Cycle 4 focused on Language Arts & Communication.  Third grade students learned about point of view, and how it impacts the ways in which stories are told.  Students were then split into small groups and each group chose a classic fairy tale.  They started by reading the original fairy tale and identifying the story elements, which included setting, main characters, problem, main events, and solution/resolution.

After analyzing the original fairy tale, students twisted the tale to tell it from the point of view of a different character – the villain!  They worked together to plan, write, and record their story in a Podcast!  Check out how the classic fairy tales have been twisted and retold from a different point of view!  You’ll never believe what really happened!