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Exploring World Cultures Through Folk Tales

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Grades 3 – 5
Lesson Plan Type Standard Lesson
Estimated Time Four 30- to 35-minute sessions
Lesson Author

Sarah Dennis-Shaw

Avon, Massachusetts

Publisher

International Reading Association

 

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Kaylee Olney

January 14, 2010

The manager at School Specialty Intervention (formally EPS) was very helpful in providing the new link for the Folktales from Around the World lesson pack. This lesson has been updated and teachers should be able to access the lesson pack through RWT by the end of the day. The direct link is http://intervention.schoolspecialty.com/external/read_write_think/Folktales.pdf.
--Kaylee Olney, Associate Editor, ReadWriteThink.org

 

Kaylee Olney

January 13, 2010

The EPS Lesson Pack: Folk Tales from Around the World PDF is located on an external website that appears to have recently redesigned. I have written to that website and asked them to reinstate the PDF as soon as possible. Hopefully this issue will be resolved soon so that you and other teachers can continue to use this valuable resource.
--Kaylee Olney, Associate Editor, ReadWriteThink.org

 

Justin Toney

January 12, 2010

This looks like a great lesson! I was hoping to adapt it to fit within a unit I'm designing on World Mythology. However, the links to the EPS Lesson Pack: Folk Tales from Around the World are not connecting to the proper page. I'd very much like to know the three myths selected.

 

 

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