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Romeo and Juliet Movie guide
This is a great way to keep students engaged while still learning. Some elements they can identify are dialogue, dramatic irony, monologue, plot, setting, mood, stage directions and other elements of drama. This can also be used as a study guide for the film or review if you choose make a comparis
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I Have, Who Has Game - Plot Elements
This set of "I Have, Who Has" includes 17 cards with short story element vocabulary such as: Plot Setting Mood Conflict Rising Action Climax Characterization Man vs. Man and others! This game serves as a great review for students to play as a whole class or in small group centers. Simply cut out
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Elements of a Story Presentation and Fill-in-the-Blank Student Notes
This presentation covers everything students need to know about story elements. Great for short story units! In addition to the presentation, fill-in-the-blank notes are available to pass out to your class. Literary Terms Covered: - Plot - Setting - Mood - Points of View (Five major types) - C
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Short Story Blue Print
This is a narrative organizer and writing activity. This document is a story planning resource to be used after the prewriting stage takes place. This worksheet allows students both further brainstorm and make sure their story has the necessary elements of a strong short story (characterization, pl
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Draw Our Story
This project asks students to work in small groups. Students develop an outline for a short story, draw it using the app ShowMe and present it to the class. Skill reviewed include: five elements of plot, setting, mood, theme, point of view, voice, conflict, characterization, collaboration, and wri
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Reading Response
Students use these forms to write responses to independent reading books. There are two types of forms available with fill-in areas for your expectations. I add open ended questions to these forms to have the students focus on one topic at a time. (plot, setting, mood, theme) Questions can be bot
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Book Report Writing Frame
This product is a Book Report Writing Frame for students who struggle with writing cohesive book reports. The writing frame is geared toward middle school students. The frame requires students to fill in information such as plot, setting, mood, character description, conflict, and resolution.
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