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Sequencing events helps kids comprehend, retell, and summarize better! This resource gives students the tools they need to sequence events. Students practice this skill with a hands-on activity in groups which is used to build an anchor chart, participate in discussions during a modeled lesson, get
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This story map can be used with any book. The learner draws the main story events in the number boxes. Then, they write to tell about the events. Cute graphics make the work seem more like fun! Can be used for responses to a read aloud and is also great for your independent readers! Please see
-This tool is wonderful to assess student's understanding of Story Elements with Fiction Text (Characters, Setting, Problem/Solution). -Students put events in number order from the passage. -Students come up with a new title for the passage.
This activity contains picture and sentence cards of the famous story, “The Three Little Pigs”. It can be used when teaching sequence of events and then you can place it in your Pocket Chart workstation. The sentence cards have numbers to help the students put the cards in order. To challenge studen
This activity contains picture and sentence cards of the famous story, “The Three Billy Goats Gruff”. It can be used when teaching sequence of events and then you can place it in your Pocket Chart workstation. The sentence cards have numbers to help the students put the cards in order. To challenge
This activity contains picture and sentence cards of the famous story, “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”. It can be used when teaching sequence of events and then you can place it in your Pocket Chart workstation. The sentence cards have numbers to help the students put the cards in order. To challen
This companion to Pout-Pout Fish and the Bully Bully Shark will help you teach your students to analyze how characters respond to events in a story. They will chart the events of the story and explain how the character responds to each event.This is a great story to teach the standard-your students
This activity contains picture and sentence cards of the famous story, “Little Red Riding Hood”. It can be used when teaching sequence of events and then you can place it in your Pocket Chart workstation. The sentence cards have numbers to help the students put the cards in order. To challenge stude
This companion to Creepy Pair of Underwear will help you teach your students to analyze how characters respond to events in a story. They will chart the events of the story and explain how the character responds to each event.This is a great story to teach the standard-your students can analyze the
This activity contains picture and sentence cards of the famous story, “The Little Red Hen”. It can be used when teaching sequence of events and then you can place it in your Pocket Chart workstation. The sentence cards have numbers to help the students put the cards in order. To challenge students,
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This reading quiz is based on the story ( VIVA NEW JERSEY by Gloria Gonzalez) it has the following - 1. Reading Comprehension Quiz ( Blanks) - It has over 30 questions which are based on the comprehension of the story. The quiz has a variety of questions - vocabulary, short and long answers, mul
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Retell Events From a Story Read Aloud – Introduce /Practice/Assess consists of a mini lesson that introduces the reading objective, mini flip chart questions to help students practice the objective, and assessments of three sheets of four questions each to help assess the objective. Kindergarten/Gr
How does a character respond to events in a story? Graphic Organizer Answer the questions: What was the major event or problem in the story? How did the character respond to the event or problem?
This powerpoint saved me during ELA test prep. Students loved the visuals and were able to come up to the SmartBoard and fill in the charts. I also loved having my lesson up on a screen, never felt lost. This powerpoint promotes discussion.
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Cut and paste the pictures in the correct order and use it to retell the story. Books • Alexander’s Outing by PamelaAllen • Belinda by Pamela Allen • Mr McGee Goes to Sea by Pamela Allen • Who Sank the Boat? by Pamela Allen • Tickly Octopus by Ruth Galloway • Tiddalick by Robert Roennfeldt
I took two of the strategies that Empowering Writers recommend for teaching students how to stretch out their main event...dialogue and thought/feeling and created this introductory lesson.
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LAFS.1.RL.1.3 Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details. Common Assessment
I can describe how a character’s actions contribute to the events in the story. (RL.3.3) There are three different graphic organizers to help students master the skill of describing how a characters actions contribute to the sequence of the story. It is broken down into three events for the beginnin
This companion to Creepy Carrots will help you teach your students to analyze how characters respond to events in a story. They will chart the events of the story and explain how the character responds to each event.This is a great story to teach the standard-your students can analyze the reactions
Little Red Riding Hood: Eight perfect images depicting main events in the story are included for the students to retell the sequence of events. Students glue the pictures in order and write about each one.The sequence of events writing worksheets are a very useful tool that you can use for any book.
This is an introduction presentation for comparing and contrasting settings and events in a story. It is interactive for class participation.
This set of activities will help take some work off your shoulders, plus your class will have fun! This set goes well with my Ricitos and El Patito Feo products. It works on its own as well. The set is only in Spanish. Included in this Spanish RL 1.3 (Characters, Setting, and Major Events) set are:P
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Name the Characters, Setting, and Main Events in a Story – Introduce /Practice/Assess consists of a mini lesson that introduces the reading objective, mini flip chart questions to help students practice the objective, and assessments of three sheets of four questions each to help assess the objectiv
Minute Francophone stories are based on true current events in French-speaking countries. They use as many details as possible, but include some made-up details to add to the story’s comprehensibility. This story is based on the true story of a rumbling volcano on one of the islands of Vanuatu, in

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