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Brooke Byrd

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4th ELA-Unit 1 Lesson 13

Prompt: Create a modern version of the Cinderella story. Your story may be in any of the following formats, or a different format of your choice: • Short narrative prose (traditional story format) • Narrative poem (story written as a poem) • Comic strip • Song or rap • Short play (either written or video recorded) If you choose a written format, type your story in a separate document or write it on a separate sheet of paper. If you choose to create a comic strip, a separate template has been provided for you to work in. Requirements: Your modern Cinderella story should have the following: • A clear beginning, middle, and end that capture the important elements of traditional Cinderella stories • A theme that is present in traditional Cinderella stories • Details and examples that develop the theme Audience: Your teacher and peers Purpose: Show how the themes of the Cinderella story are still relevant in today's world. Length: The length is flexible and depends on the form

4th Grade, English Language Arts
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