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Echo and Narcissus


  • Preparation Notes

    • Preview the electronic version of the story before sharing it with students.

    • At least one constructed-response (CR) task requires the Internet or multimedia.

    • Preview any websites/images/videos you plan to share with students.

    • At least one constructed-response (CR) task requires a dictionary and/or thesaurus.




  • Selected-Response Items

    • These items target standards within the RL and L strands of the CCSS:




Item Number

CCSS Target

1

RL.4.2

2

RL.4.4

3

L.4.4a

4

L.4.5b

5

RL.4.1

6

L.4.5a

7

RL.4.1

8

RL.4.1

9

RL.4.3

10

RL.4.1

11

L.4.5b

12

L.4.4a

13

RL.4.3

14

RL.4.3



  • Constructed-Response Tasks

CR1 (RL.4.2)


Student prompt:
Explain one theme in the story. Use at least two details from the story that show the story's message.



3

The response includes one theme and at least two supporting details from the story.

2

The response includes one theme and one supporting detail from the story.

1

The response includes one theme but does not include one supporting detail from the story.

0

The response does not include a theme.

CR2 (RL.4.2)


Student prompt:
In your own words, retell the story. Use at least three important details to support your answer.


3

The response accurately summarizes the story and includes at least three important details.

2

The response accurately summarizes the story and includes at least two important details.

1

The response accurately summarizes the story and includes one important detail.

0

The response does not summarize the story.

CR3 (RL.4.6)


Student prompt:
What type of narration (first-person or third-person) is used in the poem? Use at least one detail from the poem to support your answer.


2

The response correctly identifies the type of narration used in the poem and includes at least one supporting detail.

1

The response correctly identifies the type of narration used in the poem but does not include at least one supporting detail.

0

The response does not correctly identify the type of narration used in the poem.

CR4 (RL.4.7)


Teacher instructions:
Find a video version of the myth of Echo and Narcissus and share it with students.
Student prompt:
Compare the story to the video. What do the story and the video have in common? Use at least one detail from the story and one detail from the video to support your answer.


3

The response effectively compares what the story and the video have in common and includes at least one supporting detail from each.

2

The response effectively compares what the story and the video have in common but only includes supporting details from either the story or the video.

1

The response effectively compares what the story and the video have in common but does not include any supporting details.

0

The response does not compare the story and the video.

CR5 (L.4.4c)


Student prompt:
Use a dictionary to write a definition for the word nymph and then use nymph in a sentence.


  • Definition:




  • Sentence:




2

The response includes an accurate definition and an appropriate sentence.

1

The response includes either an accurate definition or an appropriate sentence.

0

The response does not include an accurate definition or an appropriate sentence.

CR6 (L.4.4c)


Student prompt:
Check a dictionary for the pronunciation of nymph. Write the correct pronunciation of nymph.


1

The response includes a correct pronunciation of the word.

0

The response does not include a correct pronunciation of the word.


  • Activity/Discussion Ideas

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  • Claim 2 Tasks

(Note: The Claim 2 tasks here are based on the Smarter Balanced Item and Task Specifications, each task might not directly meet all parts of the individual specification.)



Target 1







Model 1a: SR (DOK 2) – provides a paragraph of narrative stimulus text that describes a character, setting, or event and prompts asking students to select the best sensory details to add to the description.

Standards: W-2a, W-2b, W-2c, W-2d

Student prompt:


Read the paragraph from the story.

"Once upon a time, there was a beautiful nymph. Her name was Echo, and she lived in a forest. She loved the trees and the mountains. She wandered through them all the time."

Based on the story, rewrite the paragraph and add at least two more sensory detail words about Echo or the setting. Underline ALL of the sensory detail words in your paragraph.

Correct response sample:

Once upon a time, there was a beautiful and talkative nymph. Her name was Echo, and she lived in a forest. She loved the leafy trees and the giant mountains. She wandered through them all the time.

Target 3







Model 1a: SR (DOK 2) – presents a paragraph in need of revision and a prompt asking students to identify poor transitions and select the most appropriate replacements.

Standards: W-2a, W-2b, W-2c, W-2d, W-2e, and/or W-9

Student prompt:


Read the sentences below based on the story.

Finally, Echo lost her voice and only repeated words. First, she met Narcissus, but he did not like her.

Underline the incorrect transition words. Rewrite the sentences using correct transition words.

Correct response sample:



Finally, Echo lost her voice and only repeated words. First, she met Narcissus, but he did not like her.

First, Echo lost her voice and only repeated words. Then, she met Narcissus, but he did not like her.


Target 9







Model 2: 2-pt CR (DOK 2) – presents a text containing errors in grammar, usage, or mechanics and a prompt asking students to rewrite the text to correct the errors.

Standards: L-1, L-2, L-3b

Student prompt:


Read the sentences below based on the story.

Have you ever heard your own voice echo? Good places to hear echoes are in the mountens in a cave or even in a quite long hallway. Next time you are in a quiet hallway, yell and see if you get a response!

Underline the sentence with grammar and mechanical errors. Then, rewrite the sentence correcting for the errors.

Correct response sample:



Good places to hear echoes are in the mountens in a cave or even in a quite long hallway.

Good places to hear echoes are in the mountains, in a cave, or even in a quiet, long hallway.




Reading Literature – Grade 4 11/11/2013


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