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Overview:
This is a chart used to record the elements of culture found within the various versions of Cinderella, or any other text.  I used this for my second grade students during our Culture Unit/How We Express Ourselves PYP Unit.  
Subject:
Reading Literature, Social Studies
Level:
Lower Primary
Material Type:
Activity/Lab, Assessment
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Date Added:
04/09/2020

Comments

DULCE CASTILLO
on Jul 09, 09:46am Evaluation

Appropriateness: Strong (2)

Concepts are developmentally appropriate for the age group for which it was constructed. However, there is a definite need for instructors to create a list of vocabulary words prior to completing the graphic organizer so students can successfully access and retain the content presented.

DULCE CASTILLO
on Jul 09, 09:46am Evaluation

Purpose: Strong (2)

There is not much in the way of technology to be utilized. The remix of the graphic organizer encourages students to find the country from where the story originates on google maps.
This would be helpful in addressing the 3rd grade Essential Social Studies Standards related to geographic regions and locations.

DULCE CASTILLO
on Jul 09, 09:46am Evaluation

Accessibility: Strong (2)

This resource does not provide an investment in technology, so it may not be applicable. However, if technology is needed, students with limited understanding can partner with those students who are more technologically informed so they may successfully access the content.

DULCE CASTILLO
on Jul 09, 09:46am Evaluation

Motivation: Strong (2)

Student motivation and engagement to this task would be positively impacted with the addition of technological resources such as interactive web resources and activities such as those provided/modeled in Quizlet, storylineonline.com

DULCE CASTILLO
on Jul 09, 09:46am Evaluation

Clarity: Superior (3)

The instructions are straightforward and the simplicity in this lesson is what makes it appealing to instructors and accessible to students.

DULCE CASTILLO
on Jul 09, 09:46am Evaluation

Usability: Superior (3)

Please see comments from the clarity portion of this rubric. The beauty of this resource is found in its simplicity from start to finish. There is no way students can't take away something from this resource.

Pamela Gordon on May 26, 05:27pm

I like this resource and I am planning on using it with my students. Thank you for allowing remixing, because I will do, so I can add some ideas and translate it to Spanish (for my immersion class).
It is appropriately label as "cultural" and a very clever and easy way to introduce young students on the discussion of culture as "ways of living" and how they are different, but not good or bad.
Great work!

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Adequacy3 (2 users)
Appropriateness2.5 (2 users)
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Accessibility2 (1 user)
Motivation2 (1 user)
Clarity3 (1 user)
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