This activity can serve as a focus for the character map activity, or as an alternative layout for students who want variety. Students will use a spider map to identify characters the prince meets and the lessons they teach.
This information can be presented in two ways, focusing either on the various characters or on the seven different planets the little prince visits. The example storyboard, instructions, template, and rubric in this activity are for the second variation.
Leçon: Le désir pour pouvoir corrompt le bon sens.
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Create a spider map that illustrates each lesson the little prince learns on each planet he visits.
Grade Level 6-12
Difficulty Level --- N/A ---
Type of Assignment Individual, Partner, or Group
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Each character box includes a valid lesson that can be derived from the little prince's interactions on that planet. The lesson is clearly worded in a complete sentence.
Most of the character boxes include a valid lesson that can be derived from the little prince's interactions on that planet. The lessons may lack clarity or be presented in sentence fragments.
Some character boxes are missing lessons and/or include lessons that are not demonstrated by interactions on that planet. Many of the lessons lack clarity of expression and/or complete sentences.
All storyboard depictions show effort and appropriately depict the characters and planets.
Most storyboard depictions show effort and appropriately depict the characters and planets.
The storyboard depictions show a lack of effort and fail to provide a reasonable depiction of the character and planet, based on the details in the book.
Grammar and Spelling
All sentences and/or dialogue contain correct grammar and spelling (including accent marks) as appropriate for the class level.
Most sentences and/or dialogue contain correct grammar and spelling (including accent marks) as appropriate for the class level.
The sentences and/or dialogue contain many grammatical or spelling errors (including accent marks).