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This is the assessment for Common Core 2.RL.5 Describe the overall structure of a story, including describing how the beginning introduces the story and the ending concludes the action. Short answers and multiple choice. The Common Core has students thinking deeply and writing more. These assessment
Hello, and thank you for considering a BIZEE-BEE product! Use this story structure packet to help your students better determine the beginning, middle and end of the stories they read. Each story comes with a set of questions pertaining to the beginning of the story, the middle of the story (or "pro
This Story Structure unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL.2.5. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching the beginning, middle, and end of a s
Very little preparation, just print and go!This is a completely animated PowerPoint, in view slide show mode. Just keep clicking to see sequences numbered automatically. The PDFs are included in the zip folder. Students and teachers may move the numbers and sequenced activities in the normal mode
These writing mats were designed with distance learning in mind, however, you can use them in the classroom too! They were created to encourage students to include all the elements of a narrative, recount, procedure and persuasive text, through visual reminds and short prompts. These were designed w
Very little teacher preparation is required, just print and go.Includes student ISN's and kindergarten printable pages.There is a freebie in the preview.See also the PowerPoint version of this same lesson.See also the PDF version of the same lesson.All versions of this product have two sets of Googl
This fairy tale unit focuses on classic fairy tale stories it is part of a larger bundle of 4. There are three main focus stories which have a paper book included. The stories are Jack and the Beanstalk, Rumpelstiltskin, & Little Red Riding Hood. For each of these stories there are anchor chart
⭐️Teach story structure by using popular and diverse mentor text picture books. Aligned to RL2.5, 2nd and 3rd grade students learn to identify the characters, setting, beginning, middle, and end of a story. ⭐️Provides one week of comprehensive lessons at your fingertips. Includes lesson plans, sticky
Beginning, Middle, and End: Story Writing, 250 PDF pagesNow included foldables (ISNs) and a kindergarten printableVery little preparation required, just print and use.See also the PowerPoint version of this same lesson.See also the SMART Board version of this same lesson.Instructional pages for tea
Are your students ready to write stories? This story writing unit will have your students writing entertaining stories based on a story model that is right at their level. Scaffolding is built in to meet the needs of diverse learners. Step by step lessons allow you to deliver quality story writing i
Why Story Mapping? Story mapping invites children to break down a story as they learn about story elements and text structures and then rebuild it as they retell or innovate the tale to make it their own. As children learn how stories work, they improve their comprehension as well as their ability t
⭐️ These task cards are perfect for describing story structure including the beginning, middle, and end. Aligned to RL2.5, each of the 30 short fiction passages is followed by one standard focused multiple choice question. ⭐️ If you do not use Common Core, this packet is still perfect for practicing a
Why Story Mapping? Story mapping invites children to break down a story as they learn about story elements and text structures and then rebuild it as they retell or innovate the tale to make it their own. As children learn how stories work, they improve their comprehension as well as their ability t
PreK - 2nd

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Support students with story retell using beginning, middle, and end graphic organizers. 10 printable and digital beginning, middle, end graphic organizers are included in this no-prep set. These easy-to-use templates are perfect for guided reading, literacy centers, reading response, and more! A Pri
These are teaching tools for a Christmas-themed mini-unit on Beginning, Middle, and End and Point-of-View. It includes 4 teaching slides and 3 student worksheets. The teaching slides can be printed as colorful posters or mini-anchor charts. The lesson is aligned to the Second Grade Common Core Readi
This is a set of six hand drawn booklets that provide familiar and attainable mentor texts for teaching beginning, middle, and end. You will receive a zipped file. One file includes PDFs of the booklets. Each booklet comes in two forms - one with blank lines for student writing, and the other wit
Whether in person or distance learning, use these graphic organizers to help with story elements, important events, and character studies for any story or book. This product could be used independently or in small groups during literacy centers.This product includes a print version and Google Slides
Students are asked to read a short fictional passage. The students then identify the character, setting, problem and solution as well as a retelling of the beginning, middle, and end. This assessment also includes two questions on cause and effect. An editable version can be emailed upon request
1st - 2nd
Looking for a way to introduce story structure? This is the perfect unit for you! It starts by introducing what characters, setting, problem and solution are. Included is two character handouts - circle the pictures that could be a character in the story. highlight and record - highlight the charac
The Invisible Boy is an amazing book with a wonderful message! This craftivity allows students to show their understanding of story elements, while also creating a cute craft showing how the main character changes colors from beginning to end!This product allows for different options to show student
Parts of a Story Song - Visual aids to help kids learn the structure of a Story. These pictures were designed to be shown when teaching the Parts of a Story song. Heidi has found that it helps some children to show them a visual aide when teaching the vocabulary necessary to answer reading comprehen
PreK - 1st
This editable Google doc gives students spaces to identify: story title characters, setting, beginning, middle, and end. This template can be used for any story!This document can be used as a printable or typed on directly.This doc works very well when pushed out through Google classroom (streamline
❤️ This Story Structure resource comes with fillable beginning, middle, and end digital and printable Graphic Organizers, Mini Anchor Charts, and Standards Data Tracking sheets for second grade.❤️ The graphic organizers have fillable text boxes for distance learning or whole group instruction.❤️ Each R
Three lessons on Standard RL2.5 for Second Grade. Designed and aligned for CCSS Second Grade Lesson One: (Right Side) Students cover the beginning: What is the setting, who are the main characters. Take notes on How the story starts or opens, who the main characters are and what the setting is.

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