• Explain that fictional stories come from the author’s imagination
• Identify folktales as a type of fiction
• Explain that stories have a beginning, middle, and end
• Describe the characters, plot, and setting of “Hu Gu Po”
• Explain that people from different lands tell similar stories
The Teacher Guide contains background information and resources that the teacher will need to implement the unit, including an alignment chart between this unit and the Common Core State Standards; an introduction including planning tools, a list of strand components, goals and objectives, and an explanation of lesson format, components, and assessment.
The Workbook contains worksheets, which accompany many of the lessons from the teacher guide for the unit.
The Assessment and Remediation Guide contains information for teachers on instructional planning and lesson structures for levels of instructional need.
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From EngageNY.org of the New York State Education Department. Grade 1 ELA Domain 3: Different Lands, Similar Stories.
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