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Folk Tale Remix Rubric


Objectives for remix, in the library and in music class: 1c. Students will remix one folktale, using writing, pictures, or dramatic play, to reflect their understanding of how the plot, sequence of events, and character development work together to convey the message of the folktale. (Scaffolded objective: Students, singly or in pairs, will retell or remix at least a portion of one folktale, using writing, pictures, or dramatic play, to reflect their understanding of the plot and character development in a folktale.
*Created with the help of Rubistar Categories Exceeds Expectations The folktale is very well organized. One idea or scene follows another in a logical sequence. The work demonstrates excellent understanding of how to sequence events to tell an effective folktale. Procient InProgress Needs Improvement

Sequence of events

The folktale is pretty well organized. One idea or scene may be out of place, but the work demonstrates understanding of how to sequence events to tell an effective folktale.

The folktale is a little Scenes seem to be hard to follow and the randomly arranged and order of the scenes the ideas are hard to isn't always logical. follow. The work does not The work demonstrate demonstrates partial understanding of how to understanding of how sequence events to tell an to sequence events to effective folktale. tell an effective folktale.

Characters

The main character is clearly described, with a lot of relevant detail. Secondary characters also are included in detail. The work demonstrates excellent understanding of the importance of characters in an effective folktale.

The main character is The main character is The characters are clearly described, with named, but there's difcult to distinguish and just enough detail. little detail that there is no clear main Secondary characters describes the character. The work does are included. The work character. Secondary not demonstrate demonstrates characters are present, understanding of the understanding of the but not detailed. The importance of characters importance of work demonstrates in an effective folktale. characters in an partial understanding effective folktale. of the importance of characters in an effective folktale.

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Message It is very easy to It is fairly easy to It is somewhat easy to The message of the understand the message understand the understand the folktale is not clear. The of the folktale. The message. The work message. The work work does not work demonstrates demonstrates demonstrates partial demonstrate excellent understanding understanding of the understanding of the understanding of the of the importance of importance of the importance of the importance of the message the message in an message in an effective message in an in an effective folktale. effective folktale. folktale. effective folktale.

Relationship to The entire story can The story can fairly The story shows original tale easily be identied as a easily be identied as a evidence that the remix of one of the remix of one of the student understood folktales studied in the folktales studied in the how to retell a story, library. The work library. The work but not necessarily demonstrates excellent demonstrates create a new story understanding of understanding of based on the original. remix. remix. The work demonstrates partial understanding of remix.

It is difcult to tell whether the story is based on one of the folktales studied in the library. The work does not demonstrate understanding of remix.

Creativity

The story contains many creative details and/or descriptions. The student has really used his/her imagination.

The story contains a few creative details and/or descriptions. The student has used his imagination.

The story contains a few creative details and/or descriptions, but they distract from the story. The student has tried to use his imagination.

There is little evidence of creativity in the story. The student does not seem to have used much imagination.

Music

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The musical selection to accompany the students folktale is creative, and uses an instrument and tempo appropriate to the portion of the tale represented (sequence of events, characters, and or message).

The musical selection The musical selection to to accompany the accompany the students students folktale is folktale is not creative, somewhat creative, and it does not use an and uses either an instrument or tempo to instrument or tempo appropriately represent that ts with a portion any portion of the tale. of the tale.

Folktale Chart
(Sample of what the class would fill in together on the smartboard; students would also receive copies of this blank sheet to use as a note-taking tool or a reminder of the lesson/literary terms). Folk/Fairy Tale Who is the Protagonist? (The hero/main character) Who is the Setting Plot Antagonist? (Where does the (What is the (The bad guy/ story take story about? person who place?) What is the challenges the order of events? protagonist) What is the problem or conict?)

Folk/Fairy Tale

Who is the Protagonist? (The hero/main character)

Who is the Setting Plot Antagonist? (Where does the (What is the (The bad guy/ story take story about? person who place?) What is the challenges the order of events? protagonist) What is the problem or conict?)

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Remix Storyboard
Step 1: Pick out your favorite of the three stories we read: A Story, A Story, The Riddle of the Drum, or John Henry. Step 2: Plan your remix! Use the space below to make notes about what you want to write or draw before you get started. If you want to create a dramatic retelling, talk to Ms. Moses first. Step 3: Start remixing! Use the boxes to draw pictures and the lines to write your text. Remember, a remix of a story means that you are using the original folk tale as inspiration for your own tale. Your audience should be able to tell where the idea for the story came from. But the plot, sequence of events, and other details are yours to create. Have fun! Student name:______________________________ Teacher: ________________ Name of original folktale:_____________________________________________ Characters I want to use: _____________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ What is my plot? What do I want to happen in my story? ______________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________

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