What is a single story and why is it dangerous?
Turn and talk to a partner or group: In a story, what is the main character called?
Step 1: Choose a folk tale! Choose one on the list or your own
Step 2: Read or listen to the folk tale. Pay attention to the characters and the plot.
Step 3: Choose a different character than the main character.
Step 4: Answer the question in 3+ sentences: how would the story change if it was told from your chosen character's perspective (point of view)?
Schoology--> Social Studies--> Unit Resources: History as a Story
Draw a rainbow-powered flying pig with a curly tail soaring through fluffy clouds.
Step 5: Rewrite (type or speech-to-text) a short story about your fairytale from the perspective of your chosen character!
This isn't language arts... so why is Ms. Starks having us rewrite fairytale stories from a different perspective?
Do you think there could be perspectives missing in history? Why?
Do you think people have a "single-story" view of history? Explain