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My Adventures Teaching Junior High English: Plot

I love teaching the Elements of Literature! I think it's vital to students understanding what it takes to make a good story (long or short) so they are able to add it to their own stories. Today we expanded from Monday's foldable for PLOT. See the EofLit foldable. We created a page for the basic steps of PLOT: PLOT: sequence of events, cause/effect, conflict, relationships. *the storyline* EXPOSITION: meet the characters; learn about the setting (time & place; where/when); conflict/problem…

Picture Books to Teach Plot

Download my FREE Reference Guide here! Happy Monday, Friends! I'm back with another list of my favorite picture books to teach certain skills and this time we are focusing on PLOT. Be sure and check out my post about picture books to teach THEME and download the free reference guide for that skill here. Now,

Pixar Shorts That Are Perfect For Teaching Literary Elements - DiGiGoods and Printables ELA

The Present- For Teaching Plot Twist and Theme This story has the most amazing plot twist! Get your tissues ready! A young boy is behaving like an awful brat. He disrespects his mother when she brings him a new puppy. He even treats the puppy terribly when he discovers it is missing a leg. But […]

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Teaching your students the elements of plot is a lot easier when you use picture books. Picture books are the perfect medium for breaking it all down.

Teaching plot with picture books. Picture books are the perfect medium when explicitly teaching the elements of plot to older student.

5 Ideas for Interactive Anchor Charts | The TPT Blog

“The best way to ensure that anchor charts don’t become wallpaper is to make them interactive,” says Chrissy Beltran Buzzing with Ms B. See her ideas here.

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Everything you need for your students to build missing background knowledge and apply it to developing plot diagrams - both linear and nonlinear! Help students understand when to use a beginning, middle, end story line (no conflict) and when to use a plot diagram (with conflict). Incorporate nonlinear plot line elements to take this to the next level! With more than 450 pages of resources, manipulatives, and forms, your plot diagram accelerated instruction is complete! #readingintervention
Story Elements PowerPoint. Literary terms and elements include characters, plot, conflict, setting, theme, resolution, denouement. Explains the critical parts of a short story that students need to be able to identify when they read, as well as incorporate into their own writing. Quiz at the end that you can project on your whiteboard or print out the print friendly version and have students complete with pencil. Good for test prep for state standardized testing
Teach story elements and literary device with movie guides for Pixar short films, movies, and novels: Theme, inference, plot, dialogue, characters and characterization, objective summary, setting, narrative writing, literary analysis and more
Short TikTok video on how to plot a story when you were not formally taught.