RL.3.2 Recounting a Story, Myth, Folk Tale, or Fable



This RL.3.2 Recounting a Story, Myth, Folk Tale, or Fable 3rd grade reading unit is full of standards-based lesson plans, Lexile passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL3.2. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching students how to recount a story and find the moral of the text, including fables, folk tales, and myths.
Please check out the preview to see ALL that you’re getting in this Recount a Story RL3.2 Pack!
In the pack you will receive:
  • 4 Mini Lessons
  • 12 Graphic Organizers
  • 8 Lexile leveled Passages (levels listed below)
  • 5 Interactive Pieces (for notebook or plain paper)
  • 12 Task Cards to use with any text
  • 1 Summative Assessment (with answer key)
  • Answer Keys for certain lesson plan activities, all passages, and assessment
The reading passages and assessments are now professionally leveled by Lexile.
  • A Good Team- 840L
  • The Jealous Bird- 790L
  • Country Mouse & City Mouse- 610L
  • The Ant and the Grasshopper- 640L
  • The Boy Who Cried Wolf- 610L
  • King Midas’s Touch- 620L
  • Icarus’s Flight- 630L
  • Pandora’s Box- 770L
  • Assessment Reading #1- 740L
  • Assessment Reading #2- 820L
Recount stories, including fables, folktales, and myths from diverse cultures; determine the central message, lesson, or moral and explain how it is conveyed through key details in the text.
There are digital components included in this resource. The following pieces of this resource have a link on page 5 to the Google Slides conversion!
  • passages
  • graphic organizers
  • assessment
  • If you’re interested in using only the digital versions of the passages and graphic organizers, you can buy the 3rd Grade Digital bundle here. This only comes with digital versions of the passages and graphic organizers.
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This RL.3.2 Recounting a Story, Myth, Folk Tale, or Fable purchase is for one single classroom only.
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