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I created this chart to help kids understand the characteristics of this genre of literature. When introducing fantasy, this chart is a great lesson starter. Also, I have my kids keep it in their Reading Folders and we come back to it periodically to evaluate how well their selected guided reading b
This PowerPoint outlines the elements of fantasy and dystopian literature. It can be used in a pre-reading lesson to help students understand the characteristics of these two genres. I have included visuals from popular films to help students understand and to make connections. After finishing a sto
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150 pages of graphic organizers and responses that support an Series Study of C.S. Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia Inside you will find: About the Author Research Activity Unique Author Characteristics Graphic Organizer Book Title/Quick Summary Author Hall of Fame What do you love about this author? Gr
Over 200 pages of graphic organizers and responses that support an Series Study of Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events. Inside you will find: About the Author Research Activity Unique Author Characteristics Graphic Organizer Book Title/Quick Summary Author Hall of Fame What do you love
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This was inspired by The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller. I made these notes with the 40 book challenge in mind. Before assigning the book challenge, I wanted to make sure my students understand each genre as well as a couple examples to reference to when they’re selecting books to read. This resou
This color-coded chart is an excellent visual for students studying the fantasy genre (and can be easily adapted to all literature genres). Five archetypal roles are identified (Villain, Hero, Mentor, Sidekick and Innocent). For each role, a list of characteristics is included as well as examples of
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The two page book list of some great examples of fantasy fiction for students to read. The list comes with a picture of the book, description of the book and Accelerated Reader reading level and point value. There is a column for students to mark the books they have read on the list. The book list m
**Wait! If you love this product then you'll want to grab the bundle! Get all 10 genre writing challenges at over 20% off! Grab them HERE!** Bringing FUN into writing can sometimes be challenging. Engage your students from the beginning with these low prep, hands on writing challenges! Level U
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Fables are such a joy to read for MANY reasons! So, if/when you embark upon this genre, use these printables to get students reflecting on and analyzing one or more! Students/teachers choose the fables. Students will read ANY fable at ANY reading level. They will finish sentence starters and cho
This is a two-page Power Point slide show that first breaks down genres into the two general categories of fiction and non-fiction, and then the fiction section is broken down into realistic fiction and fantasy. Within these different sub-categories, this visual shows the characteristics of more sp
THE FORGING OF THE BLADE by R. L. Lafevers, a short 144-page novel packed with excitement is an excellent introduction to high fantasy! The Kids Wings Guide is perfect for skill-building and extending the fun of this nail-biting story for kids aged 8 and up! The Reading Level is 2-6 and an Interes
This digital file includes 7 worksheets and their answer keys to go with the story The Velveteen Rabbit. This a good example to use when studying fantasies in grades 2,3, or 4, and maybe even 5. You can discuss differences between real and unreal characteristics. There are questions to answer by
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NO PREP POSTERS -- Just Print and Cut (laminate if you want) and display as you introduce new genres to your class. Add the characteristics under each poster for a great reference wall! Have the students sort the genres and their characteristics at a literacy centre. The foldable is print and go,
Ready for a basic way to introduce art into your literature groups? Or trying to incorporate some Common Core content into your art lessons? Here is a great, simple way to do it. Included in this ZIP file are: 1. Lesson plan for K-1 grade levels; project that ties in with "What if You Had Animal Te
This pack includes story maps for students to plan out their writing narratives. It is tailored to specific genres so that the students are making sure they are including all of the elements of that genre. Additionally, the students could also use the story maps to identify the characteristics in
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What makes folktales and tall tales enjoyable is they are an "exaggerated," fun way to learn a life lesson-saving us all time from learning the hard way, right? Help students learn what cultures value by having them read the tales they tell! Students will read ANY folktale/tall tale, analyze the
Need something to review the different components of Reading SOL 4.5 D? Do your students need to practice tricky TEI questions such as multiple correct answers, drag and drop ? Do you have EL or SPED students who will receive an audio accommodation and Gen Ed students who do not? This may be the per
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Review the characteristics of genres with this digital, paperless resource. Students will work directly in Google Slides or Microsoft OneDrive to complete the activities. Genres reviewed:FictionNonfiction InformationalHistorical fictionFantasyScience fictionMysteryRealistic fictionBiographyPoetryFol
150 pages of graphic organizers and responses that support an Series Study of Rick Riordan's Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Inside you will find: About the Author Research Activity Unique Author Characteristics Graphic Organizer Book Title/Quick Summary Author Hall of Fame What do you love about
150 pages of graphic organizers and responses that support an Series Study of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter Series. Inside you will find: About the Author Research Activity Unique Author Characteristics Graphic Organizer Book Title/Quick Summary Author Hall of Fame What do you love about this author?
Theses humorous fantasy and mythology illustrations of Christmas will certainly capture your students’ attention! When images are presented with vocabulary words, students more readily remember and use the new words. By using jigsaw puzzles, the learning of vocabulary becomes even more enjoyable.
Genre Slideshow of each genre listed below. Each slide has definition and clipart. The slideshow is followed by 10 slides with pictures that quiz the students on the different genres. Blank slides to add your own pictures of easier or harder leveled books. *TEST ADDED *PLUS: 2“Genre Character
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How many of your students LOVE to draw? I'm always amazed at just how talented our young artists are and how effectively they can use their creative expression to reinforce a variety of academic concepts. The purpose of this resource: • To harness students' love of drawing in a way that encourages s

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