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Reinforce story elements and sequence of events with this FREE editable, printable, and digital plot diagram! Use the included graphic organizer to help students identify the plot structure of a narrative or to help students stay organized when crafting their own narratives. GET MORE GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS FOR READING AND WRITING NARRATIVES!Click here to see all 15 editable, printable, and digital graphic organizers for narrative reading and writing! INCLUDED WITH YOUR FREE DOWNLOAD:Plot Diagram Gra
Plot Diagram/Story Map Graphic Organizer Uses Vocabulary: Exposition, Resolution, Climax, Conflict Students can use this to outline the plot of a story Aligned to the Common Core State Standards Made by: Curriculum Candy
This DIGITAL and Print ‘Story Mountain’ works for ANY novel, film or other narrative text. Students use the prompts to map major plot points, with the mountain graphic serving as a visual metaphor of the process. Optimised for Google Slides, PowerPoint or Printable (pdf), this activity is perfect for ANY English classroom from upper primary to high school, whether in-class or distance learning.Love this activity? Check out 35 more like it included in my ‘Digital and Print Activities for ANY Nov
FREE Blank Plot Diagram: This is a blank plot map for a short story. This printable or digital plot diagram is labeled with the five story elements of plot-exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution, and has spaces for your students to write in the sequence of events. This can be used with any short story, or with my plot diagram activity for Rikki Tikki Tavi, also available in my store. Supports Common Core State Standards. In color and black and white. Print and Digital
This Plot Pyramid FREEBIE briefly explains the elements of plot (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution) and provides a pyramid template for students to write in for any fiction story. Each spot in the plot pyramid includes guiding questions to help students determine the plot element for that spot. The Plot Pyramid FREEBIE Graphic Organizer is part of my Plot Foldable Collections for Middle Grades Common Core, so check it out!
Product includes two versions: printable PDF and digital Google Slides for your Google Classroom.This Plot Diagram Graphic Organizer includes the following plot elements: exposition, conflict, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. It can be used with any piece of fiction. You can also use it for Commercial Purposes as long as you credit and link back to my store, Truscott Teaches. I hope you find it useful. Happy Teaching!!This product is available in a my Plot Elements Compr
Scaling up a "hill" is much more entertaining than filling in a pyramid or triangle with story elements. Try it--it's FREE! Thank you for choosing to download my plot diagram, aligned to common core standard RL.2-6.3 {Identifying Story Elements}. This graphic organizer goes well with my lesson packets: ~ Once Upon a Time: Using the Plot Diagram for Story Elements {CCSS: RL.2-6.3} ~ Wonderland {Worksheets & Printables to Stimulate Thinking in ELA} Please feel free to browse through my s
FREE Pixar Short Film Plot Diagram for HEY DEER!Super fun way to teach PLOT ELEMENTSThis resource includes:Plot DiagramEditable Answer SheetYouTube Link to the short film Hey Deer!FULL DIGITAL AND PRINTABLE WORKSHOPS AVAILABLEThe FULL WORKSHOP Includes:Identification and Analysis of the elements of plotPlot-Setting, Conflict, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, ResolutionThemePoint of View and PerspectiveEssential QuestionsBonus QuestionCulminating narrative writing activity with rubric and m
This fill-in plot mountain diagram can be used for note taking or analyzing the plot of a short story, novel, play, or film. This resource can be printed, used digitally, or a combination of the two. The resource includes a print ready PDF as well as Google Drive versions (Docs, Slides, Forms, etc.) of all of the materials.There is a box for each of the five parts of the plot mountain: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. This fill-in plot mountain diagram is great
This resource helps students map out a short story or chapter on a plot diagram (i.e. exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution). It provides guiding questions for students to consider and integrates other elements of a story to help students apply their knowledge of the elements. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education
Detailed plot chart (or plot line) template for students to label for any story. Also includes an example for the story The Most Dangerous Game (with teacher's answer key).
What is included in this freebie?This freebie bundle is a snippet of the materials I make on my TpT store. I have made most of my materials editable as a convenience for you. In this freebie, you can find:1. Reading Comprehension Topic: Superstitions and TaboosFocused reading strategy: Finding information2. Detective GameWriting skill: Wh-words3. Reading Log TemplateSuitable for ANY book!Don't forget that leaving feedback earns you CREDITS toward TPT purchases. I love that feedback because it su
Use this ASSESSMENT to monitor student understanding of the elements of LITERARY PLOT. This download has two parts: one part asks students to label the parts of a plot diagram; the other part involves matching plot terms with their definitions.Includes:- plot diagram- term definitions© EDUCATION CHIC
***This is a sample of our Plot Diagram Activities pack you can check it out HERE. These activities are great to analyze plot in small groups, partners and individually!Included:Plot Diagram 1-Page Graphic Organizers (multiple options given for varying levels of detail)Group Work Time!: This is where the magic happens! I included two plot elements in this freebie to give you a sample of the activity that is included in our Plot Diagram Activities PACK. Each plot element has their own page. Group
Grades:
4th - 11th
Plot Diagrams are an essential component for students when learning how to analyze, summarize, and interpret the stories that they are reading AND writing. Whether you are looking to introduce your students’ to story maps for the first time or helping older students to refine and go deeper in their understanding of plot diagrams, this pack is EXACTLY what you need to ensure that your students have all the tools they need to be successful!INCLUDED:Plot Diagram anchor chartStory Map exemplar for
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Not Grade Specific
Events are essential components to the plot of a story. This resource is meant to help your students understand (or review) the pieces of a Story Plot Diagram to better understand the development of a story's plot. This is an excellent resource for enrichment and distance learning during these uncertain and unusual times!This freebie is compatible with Google Docs and Google Slides. This product includes:1. A Notes Page2. Direct Instruction (for the various components of the Story Plot Diagram -
A plot diagram that students will actually have enough room to fully write on! The first time I had students fill out a plot diagram, I realized I had made an awful mistake by giving them an entire diagram on one piece of paper. This left them with barely any room to write in details. Breaking down a plot is one of the best ways to get a full understanding of the story line itself. This also forces students to think cause and effect and to think chronologically. This resource breaks down the
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
This graphic organizer can be used with any fictional story. Students are prompted to provide items learned in the exposition, such as the characters and the setting (including time and place). Three-dimensional boxes for events in the rising action and falling action are provided. The climax event box stands out in its burst shape, while still retaining enough of a rectangular shape for room to write. Conflict type(s) are identified, as well as connected to the initiating event and resolving ev
This is a generic plot diagram that I give to my students and ask them to move the climax.The basic plot diagram is great for teaching how a story progresses but sometimes, you read something where the story doesn’t always line up with the standard plot structure that we teach. By making my own plot diagram, with an editable triangle, I am able to ask the students to figure out the high point. Copyright © Allison McManus (mrsmcmanusela) All rights reserved by author. This document is for persona
This simple, Grinch themed, plot diagram can be used during or after a viewing of the classic movie, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." There is a second page that allows students to analyze the conflict of the story.The activity is in Microsoft PowerPoint Format, but can be easily adapted for Google Slides and edited as needed.
Need a paperless plot diagram AND an easy to assign digital one? This is perfect for both! Download this freebie to access a sample of a printable PDF and an interactive slide version that can be easily shared through Google Classroom. Simply click the link inside to "make a copy" for your Google Drive. If you find these free samples useful, check out the whole Elements of Plot Variety Pack with over 20 templates to use to help scaffold learning for your students!
Use this color-coded chart to teach plot to your students. Project it, print it, or share it and allow them to edit, either way it makes a great way to teach all the aspects of plot and comes with some quick formative assessment task cards / exit tickets. I have my students use the small exit tickets to identify the parts of the plot diagram after learning it and the larger ones to have them fill in details from the short stories we read.
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I use this novel in Spanish with my first year heritage / native Spanish speakers class. It's accessible, high interest and short. Students have already learned about the plot diagram pieces, so they put the events of the book in order on this worksheet.
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9th - 12th

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