Lessons for Story Elements

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  • Critical Reading: Two Stories, Two Authors, Same Plot? - … discuss the stories. Distribute copies of "The Luncheon" Comparison Table and ask students to compare and contrast the two stories. Story elements to be … , have students choose one story element and use the Compare & Contrast Map to compare this element in the two stories. back to top Session … "The Luncheon" Comparison Table and interactive Literary Elements Map printouts to determine student's understanding of the various story elements back to top
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  • Designing Elements of Story in Little Blue and Little Yellow - … key design elements in images. express how key design elements convey meaning of story in images. explore meaning through manipulation of design elements in … design elements. Display the class chart of design elements as a reference. Summarize by again discussing how design features give meaning to story elements … meaning-making process as they read? Are they consciously using elements of design as they compose their own stories? back to top
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  • Developing Story Structure With Paper-Bag Skits - … and resolution in a story by analyzing each other's skits back to top Session 1 1. Review story elements (character, setting, plot, conflict, and resolution) using the Story Elements Web. Students will fill in the blank sections on the web during the discussion. Refer to the Story Elements Web …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • From Fact to Fiction: Drawing and Writing Stories - … information about a specific topic Express stories orally applying their knowledge of story elements Apply their knowledge of story elements through drawings Apply strategies learned in oral expression to reading and writing Record finished stories using … verbalize a story aloud. 7. After each child has verbalized a story, distribute the Story Elements handout, which lists each of the story elements with a …
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  • It Doesn't Have to End That Way: Using Prediction Strategies with Literature - … Assessment/Reflections STUDENT OBJECTIVES Students will discuss story elements in a story. predict the ending of a story. explain predictions during whole-class discussion … stories that focus on variations to explore the ways that different readers and writers can think differently about the same basic story elements. Use examples of one story told in multiple ways, such as variations of The Three Little Pigs or another well-known story
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  • Reaching Across Time: Scaffolded Engagements With a 19th-Century Text - … least five important elements of the story thus far (e.g., characters, aspects of setting, interactions, themes). For each element they identify, they … or to work independently to create images that symbolize the story elements. 2. Tell students they are going to add to the … ' images/representations of the story elements from Session 2. Assess them in relation to students' awareness of particular elements (e.g., characters, settings …
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  • Oral Commuinication - … a better understanding of the story elements through a visual representation device. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES: When given a story starter, the students will work in groups of four to develop a story including all five of the story elements discussed in class and read it aloud to their classmates. LESSON INITIATION: 5-10 minutes To review the elements of a story
    User Rating: Grade Level: K-5
  • Figurative Language in Bambara Story - … Mockin' Bird." These elements are setting, tone, mood, and theme." (2) 4) Teacher will project notes on story elements, students will read aloud … language definitions and the story elements) because they will help them understand the relationship between figurative language and story development, answer the questions … : Today we have reviewed, defined, and identified figurative language and story element terms. What are the two types of figurative language that …
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  • Fig lang and Story Elements in Drama: The Monsters are Coming to Maple Street - … board: What four stories have we read in the past two weeks? What types of figurative language and story elements have we discussed … short stories and found figurative language and story elements in them. Ask students to recall the four stories, and make a list of story elements AND fig. language elements we have …
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  • Polishing Narrative Writing - … discuss its narrative element and development. These elements include the narrative lead and events, dialogue, effective rhetorical devices, embedded reflective elements, flashback, etc … narrative's setting is clear and precise. 6. The story contains no extraneous story elements. 7. The narrative's conclusion is appropriate or surprising. 8. The narrator has embedded self-reflection into the story. 9 …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
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