Analyze

Directions: Answer the following questions based on Jon Scieszka's telling of the "Three Little Pigs" story.

  1. In what ways does the author alter the original story? Provide examples from the text to support your answer.
  2. What is the tone of the piece? What clues reveal this tone?
  3. Who is the intended audience of this story? How can changing the audience change a story? Provide examples to explain your ideas.
  4. What are some ideas or techniques from this example that will help you compose your fairytale re-make?

 

Advanced All answers provided are complete, including multiple examples. Answers are in paragraph-form and are grammatically correct. Responses demonstrate reviewer's analysis and evaluation skills to be exemplary. (Answers range from 450 words to 500 words.)
Proficient All answers provided are complete, including multiple examples. Answers are in paragraph-form and are grammatically correct. Responses demonstrate reviewer's analysis and evaluation skills to be efficient. (Answers range from 350 words to 400 words.)
Meets Standard All answers provided are complete, including multiple examples. Answers are in paragraph-form and are grammatically correct. Responses demonstrate reviewer's analysis and evaluation skills to be adequate. (Answers range from 250 words to 300 words.)
Below Standard Answers provided are incomplete, and do not include examples that support the reviewer's ideas. Answers are not in paragraph-form and are not grammatically correct. Responses do not demonstrate reviewer's analysis and evaluation skills.
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