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As you read, think about the parts of a short story and try to identify the setting, characters, conflict, climax, and resolution. When you are finished, check your answers at the bottom of the page. The Fairy Once upon a time there was a widow who had two daughters.
The elder was so much like her, both in looks and character, that whoever saw the daughter saw the mother. They were both so disagreeable and so proud that there was no living with them. The younger, who was the very picture of her father for sweetness of temper and virtue, was withal one of the most beautiful girls ever seen.
As people naturally love their own likeness, this mother doted on her elder daughter, and at the same time had a great aversion for the younger. She made her eat in the kitchen and work continually. Among other things, this unfortunate child had to go twice a day to draw water more than a mile and a half from the house, and bring home a pitcherful of it.
One day, as she was at this fountain, there came to her a poor woman, who begged of her to let her drink. Rinsing the pitcher at once, she took some of the clearest water from the fountain, and gave it to her, holding up the pitcher all the while, that she might drink the easier.
The good woman having drunk, said to her: How happens this, my child? Fanny, look at what comes out of your sister's mouth when she speaks. Would you not be glad, my dear, to have the same gift?
You have only to go and draw water out of the fountain, and when a poor woman asks you to let her drink, to give it to her very civilly. She no sooner reached the fountain than she saw coming out of the wood, a magnificently dressed lady, who came up to her, and asked to drink.
This was the same fairy who had appeared to her sister, but she had now taken the air and dress of a princess, to see how far this girl's rudeness would go. I suppose this silver tankard was brought purely for your ladyship, was it? However, you may drink out of it, if you have a fancy. It is her sister who has caused all this, but she shall pay for it," and immediately she ran to beat her.
The poor child fled away from her, and went to hide herself in the forest nearby. The King's son, who was returning from the chase, met her, and seeing her so beautiful, asked her what she did there alone and why she cried. She told him the whole story. The King's son fell in love with her, and, considering that such a gift was worth more than any marriage portion another bride could bring, conducted her to the palace of the King, his father, and there married her.
As for her sister, she made herself so much hated that her own mother turned her out of doors. The miserable girl, after wandering about and finding no one to take her in, went to a corner of the wood, and there died.Define short story and the elements/structure of a short story (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution).
Define character, plot, and setting.
the writing process while responding to text. (W )! Student ability to respectfully and responsibly listen and respond to others.! Student ability to cite and support text on changes on setting and character.
(R ) Microsoft Word - Grade 6 Short Story pfmlures.com Author. Explore the module, short story unit contains an author's point of interest for some great stories as a short stories or drama. Creative writing unit 9 english, will read a short story on writing offers students with flashcards, specifically short story and characters.
In this lesson unit, the narrative writing process is presented in six graphic organizers which assist students in creating an original story with a clear beginning, middle, and end.
Read the short story below. As you read, think about the parts of a short story and try to identify the setting, characters, conflict, climax, and resolution.
When you are finished, check your answers at the bottom of the page. Short Story Unit - Bundle of Resources to use with 11 Different Short Stories Middle School Literature Middle School Libraries Middle School Writing Middle School English Middle School Classroom English Classroom Middle School Science Teaching Short Stories Best Short Stories.