Education Standards For:   Little Red Hen

LITTLE RED HEN (American Fable)

ELA, Grades K-1 - Reading/literacy standards related to Recalling key narrative details; Identifying key Characters, Setting and Events; Understanding common types of stories.

ELA, Grades 2-5 – Reading/literacy standards related to Recalling key narrative details; Characterization; Setting and major events in story; Identifying Theme; for Grades 3-5, Narrator and Point of View; Understanding figurative, connotative or other meaning. Writing/speaking/listening standards when used in coordination with Josie’s Teacher Writing/Discussion Guides – Writing about/discussing your opinion on a story; participating in collaborative conversations; Confirming understanding of information presented orally.

ELA, Middle school – Reading/literacy standards related to Recalling key details; Understanding theme; Characterization; Plot Development; Plot structure and setting; analyzing the Narrator and point of view; Use of Metaphors and Symbols. Writing, speaking, Listening standards when used in conjunction with Josie’s teacher writing/discussion guides – Standards related to Writing about/discussing your opinion about the story; participating in collaborative conversations; Confirming understanding of information presented orally.

ELA, High School - Reading/literacy standards related to Recalling key details; Characterization; Theme; Types of stories or literature; Plot Structure and development; Understanding point of view of narrator, characters and listeners; Understanding of words and concepts, including figurative, connotative and other meanings. When used in conjunction with Josie’s Teacher writing/discussion guides – Standards related to Analyzing a point of view of cultural experience reflected in a work; Writing an opinion about a story; Writing a narrative to develop imagined experiences or events based on the story; Confirming understanding of information presented orally.

Social Studies, Grades K-3 – Economics, How people make money by working; How money is used to purchase goods and services; How people make choices because they can’t buy everything.