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Almost every English teacher has to assign a narrative writing assignment at some point in the course of their curriculum, and here's a way to do it digitally using the concept of "choose-your-own-adventure".The Premise:The teacher and students all begin at the same place - the climax of the novel t
Story maps or graphic organizers help your student identify various elements of the story or book they just read. Your student will practice the following: 1. Title of the story2. Story prediction3. Author and illustrator4. New words and their definitions5. Fiction or Nonfiction6. Genre7. Main chara
Use any one of these graphic organizers (reading response printables) with your Halloween picture books this October.This set of 40 graphic organizers can be used with any Halloween themed book. Have your class complete a sheet after storytime or independent reading to gain a greater understanding o
After finishing a novel have your students create their own alternate ending. This sheet has students give summaries, interview students on their views of the ending of the book, and graphic organizers to organize their ideas. This is a very thorough pre-writing assignment- it is an edible document
Students will be given a graphic organizer to help them create their own, alternate ending to The Lottery. Once completed with the graphic organizer, they will begin their pre-writing of their new ending of The Lottery. The students will then have two classmates peer edit their writing. They will th
I designed this set of story maps and graphic organizers to help make distance learning a little easier! Use these graphic organizers and story response materials to target a ton of reading strategies after reading a fairy tale! This set includes 23 pages of follow up reading activities for your s
This assignment is to be given to students while they read their independent book or even a book the whole class is doing together. Students will write an alternate ending for their story. This guided handout includes: -Directions for the assignment (Expectations for each page)-Guided questions abo
6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
This is a 20 pack of reading comprehension graphic organizers ... Perfect for guided reading, RTii, or even homework extensions. It includes a multitude of the comprehension strategies that are focused on in Kindergarten, first grade, and even second grade. The preview only features a few of the wor
Engage your students and increase their reading and writing comprehension with this print or digital assignment by having them change the ending of The Great Gatsby after reading! Students will write a new ending to the novel which will help them analyze the literature and practice creative writing.
If your students are anything like mine, they HATE the ending to Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck! Use this awesome narrative assignment to have them write a new ending to the story! This is completely digital, but available to print if you wish. Students can practice creating plots, using dialogue
The template was created to permit students to write an alternate ending to the short story The Lottery by Shirley Jackson. This can be easily adapted to be used for other stories, journals, etc.
8th - 9th
This packet is designed to help kids organize their thinking and feelings about the books/stories they are reading. This packet of activities will hold students accountable for their reading and reinforce their learning of ELA skills andstrategies. I sincerely hope that you enjoy this product and fi
I designed this set of story maps and graphic organizers to help make distance learning a little easier when responding to a story after reading or listening. This set includes 23 pages of follow up reading activities for your students. There are differentiated materials, so they are flexible with a
These **DIGITAL** graphic organizers can be adapted to fiction and nonfiction text. These activities can be used during whole class instruction, group/ partner work, and/or independent work. Directions and text boxes have been added for your convenience! Included in this resource:-Vocabulary to know
This is a 30 page packet with graphic organizers for your students to fill out while reading fiction and nonfiction texts. If you click on the green preview button you can see every organizer that is included in this packet! It includes graphic organizers for: -Character traits-Internal vs. externa
students struggle to come up with an entire storyalternate endings can give them a familiar startengagingstep by step guideline teaches 5 parts of plotteacher can choose a story or give students a choicesupports a variety of genres from romantic comedies to historical fiction
These Literature graphic organizers can be adapted to short stories and novels. These activities can be used during whole class instruction, group/ partner work, or independent work. Included in this resource:-Vocabulary to know ( two options)-Character Analysis-Creating a comic strip-Plot Mountain
Di your class read a story and the students didn't care for the ending? Here's a prewriting activity to get your students thinking about writing an alternate ending to the story. This prewrite gets your students thinking about Characters, Setting, Plot, Alternate Character Decisions, etc.
This graphic organizer asks students to think about multiple other ways that Romeo & Juliet COULD have ended. Teachers could use this graphic organizer, then pair it with some type of creative writing assignment afterwards.
ALL instructional materials in this end of the year product are COMPLETELY editable!It is a perfect end of year activity for students moving onto another school, grade level or class. This activity requires students to assess and reflect on their experience at their current school or in their curre
These graphic organizers for narrative writing are CCSS aligned for third, fourth, and fifth grades. They provide a quick and practical structure for students to think about their writing for narrative stories. Students and teachers could use as many or as few of them to develop narrative writing.Wh
This is a set of graphic organizers that I use to help review, preview and teach the major classes of plants. It summarizes the information neatly and covers the main aspects of this topic needed for success on an End of Course Exam in Biology. There are two maps included, that organize the inform
7th - 12th
This project is designed for student to show their understanding of the parts of a graph. - Domain - Range - X-intercepts - Y-intercepts - Minima - Maxima - Increasing interval - Decreasing interval - End behavior - Is it a function I use this package as an alternate assessment for parts of a grap
This multi-part lesson is a great way to begin a number system unit. Part 1: Problem of the Day A quick review question on ordering rational numbers. Part 2: Graphing Organizer This organizer helps students visualize the different classifications within the real number system. A brief explanation
6th - 8th

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