Listening to similar stories from different countries is a fun way to practice you comparing skills! Did you know the big, bad wolf shows up in many stories in different cultures? Listen to the two different versions of Little Red Riding Hood and practice comparing characters, conflicts and resolutions. Remember, characters are the people, animals or creatures a story is written about. The conflict in a story is the problem or struggle the characters experience. The resolution is how a conflict is solved and how a story wraps up the details. 1. Click to add your response. 2. Listen to the two stories on slide two by clicking each . 3. Compare the characters by completing the table on slide three. You can use the make a or type your answer using the . 4. Complete slide four about the conflict in each story. 5. Complete slide five about the resolution in each story. 6. Click the when you are finished to submit your work.