Bridges to Reading, Grades 3-6: Teaching Reading Skills with by Suzanne I. Barchers

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Literary tales are included in the last two sections. Articles on issues with fairy tales make this an especially useful collection. However, any good collection can be used for this activity. Activities 1. Begin your exploration of fairy tales by photocopying and distributing to the students the "Questions" section of the folk literature survey on page 29. This survey may be difficult for the students to complete at first, but if you allow them to work in small groups, they will begin to prompt each other with title ideas.

Demonstrate making a sandwich, using one of the sets of directions that is incorrect. Follow the directions literally. For example, if the first step says to put the peanut butter on the bread, put your hand in the peanut butter and then put a handful on the bread. Continue making the sandwich exactly as directed. 3. Discuss the importance of writing clear directions in the correct order. If someone has written good directions, make a sandwich following those directions. If not, create a correct set.

4. Discuss the author's purpose for writing this story. Is there more than one purpose? Some students may believe that the primary purpose is to teach a lesson about sharing. Others might believe that the primary purpose is to teach multiplication. Related Books Barry, David. The Rajah's Rice: A Mathematical Folktale from India. Illustrated by Donna Perrone. New York: W. H. Freeman, 1994. Birch, David. The King's Chessboard. Illustrated by Devis Grebu. New York: Penguin, 1988.

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