Lessons for Story Elements

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  • How ironic! - … group a particular story to read (see list of suggested short stories in the Supplemental Information). Have students read the story, answering reading … : The learner will demonstrate understanding of various literary genres, concepts, elements, and terms.Objective 5.01: Read and analyze various literary … how the writer creates character, setting, motif, theme, and other elements. making thematic connections among literary texts and media and contemporary …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Walk Two Moons : An integrated unit - … poetry of the African-American poet, Langston Hughes. Learning literary elements through African and African American folktales: In this eighth grade … group then creates a plot map for a story and highlights other literary elements identified within the text. Students then compare the … farm in Bybanks, Kentucky. Make sure the students include the elements of plot: building interest and anticipation, climax, and resolution. Assessment …
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  • Birds of a feather, an interdisciplinary unit: Language Arts wing - … Elements of a fable: In this lesson students will examine the elements of a fable. Students will use their understanding of fable elements … lesson focuses on the whimsical interpretation of the Cinderella story. Students explore the story Bubba, the Cowboy Prince , through rich text and … , dialogue, flashback, allusion, and irony. analyzing the effects of such elements as plot, theme, point of view, characterization, mood, and style …
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  • A Birthday Basket For Tia - … two versions of the story "Little Red Riding Hood" and list details from each in separate diagrams. Elements of a fable: In this lesson students will examine the elements of a fable. Students will use their understanding of fable elements … predict main idea of story as well as key points throughout the story. use props to retell the story in sequential order. They …
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  • Heaven or Groundhog Day ? - … the presentation must be persuasive and make connections between literary elements (plot development and dynamic characterization) and another discipline (psychology, science … " qualities analysis of poems mentioned in the movie scrapbook of stories of heroes Christmas "wish" list of qualities adding a musical … the presentation must be persuasive and make connections between literary elements (plot development and dynamic characterization) and another discipline (psychology, science …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Story sequencing - … (beginning, middle, end) by using a bear pattern. Learning literary elements through African and African American folktales: In this eighth grade lesson, students will apply their knowledge of literary elements (plot structure and archetypal characters) to the analysis and creation … group then creates a plot map for a story and highlights other literary elements identified within the text. Students then compare the …
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  • The big, bad, red wolf: Fact and fantasy - … of the 4th grade language arts reading unit. Learning literary elements through African and African American folktales: In this eighth grade lesson, students will apply their knowledge of literary elements (plot structure and archetypal characters) to the analysis and creation … group then creates a plot map for a story and highlights other literary elements identified within the text. Students then compare the …
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  • Escapes - … escape in two poems. They will recognize and record literary elements found in the poems and connect the poems to life … -taking to highlight how these patterns helped McLaurin give his story focus and organization. As a suggested follow-up activity, students … more than one work of literature recognize and record literary elements found in the poems connect the poems to life in … the writer is trying to make? (focus) How do the elements discussed above contribute to the focus of the poem? Explain …
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  • Classic Short Stories by Kate Chopin - … used these elements of fiction in her stories Materials Needed You will need the two short stories: "Desiree's Baby" and "The Story of … summary of the stories and an explanation about the two elements: foreshadow and irony of circumstances. Questions about the stories are also included … the students read "The Story of an Hour." After that, you will compare the two stories and the elements: foreshadow and irony of …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • The Worlds of Work And Play - Grown-ups at Play - … characteristics. (1, 2, 4, 5) 4. Students study traditional folklife elements and contexts of adult play and recreation, including wordplay. ELA … night card games to book groups, carpentry to sewing, swapping stories to catching whoppers, cheering the Grambling Tigers or the Louisiana … , duplicate, and distribute the Quilting Research Rubric. Review the performance elements and indicators with students and remind them to refer to …
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