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LAFS.1.RL.1.3 Describe characters, settings, and major events in a story, using key details. Common Assessment
Grades:
1st - 2nd
Teach Your Students to Identify Major Events in a Story This presentation is designed to be your minilesson on Identifying major events in a story. The lesson contains 26 slides, as well as an exit slip that can be used to assess your students understanding of this reading skill. The presentation
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
Students will describe major events in any story using a thinking map (flow map.) There is space included for book title, illustration, and writing.
Grades:
1st - 2nd
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Describe character actions, feelings, and what they do. Think about how the character responds to events and challenges.How does the main character change from the beginning of the story to the end? What does the main character learn? How do other characters affect the main character?Each Cohesion
Grades:
1st, Adult Education
CCSS:
These 110 Reading Focus Posters are used in our Rooted in Reading series. These posters can be printed out and displayed on a bulletin board or projected on a screen for the students to see. Here are the posters included:- Characters- Describing Characters- Examples of Describing Characters- Chara
Grades:
2nd - 3rd
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This packet includes 3 anchor charts and assessments for RL.K.3: *Setting *Characters *Major Events How I Use This Packet in my Own Classroom: I present each chart as I introduce the concept, then I display in my classroom as a resource. I display my anchor charts at the table where I do guided re
A collection of graphic organizers for students to fill in with phrases and lines from the text of the story “A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens. Includes Word Webs, a Cause and Effect, and a Ghost Lessons (a modified E-Chart) and a KWL. Contents: Word Webs-- Mood, Setting, Christmas Spirit,
This resource is included in the 1st Grade Fiction Bundle! Click here to save big! 1st Grade Fiction Reading Comprehension Seesaw and Printable BUNDLEDon't forget to follow me for new products, updates, sales, and freebies! :)Follow Me!All of the stories have a listening option. If you have students
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?
Grades:
K - 12th, Staff
Scrooge and "Bah Humbug!" have become common phrases in our culture, but many students do not know where they are derived from. In an alternative approach to Charles Dickens' classic story, this unit is based on the drama written by Israel Horovitz titled "A Christmas Carol: Scrooge and Marley." Thi
This unit contains two fables for students to read: "The Tortoise and the Hare" and "The Ant and the Grasshopper". There is a reader response for each fable along with a character trait sheet for each of the four characters. There are also 4 plays that my students studied, practiced, made props for
Retell a story with this effective reading response tracker. Students use this graphic organizer to track and record their thinking while reading. Use it with any book and give your readers a good reason to use those coveted sticky notes! Thought Jot Tracker + a good book + sticky notes = accountabl
This plot graph is presented in landscape view. This worksheet has a staircase pattern that moves from the bottom left to the upper right of the paper. Beginning at the bottom left of the page, students will number each major event in the literary work and write a short description of the event. Lin
Here are 3 different versions of a story map for the story, Alice In Wonderland. I gave you the option of choosing the type of lines that would work best for your classroom. I also gave you the option of printing in color or black and white. Please view the mini boxes to get a good idea of the
Grades:
PreK - 2nd
This is a great project to teach sequencing as well as linking words. I have students write main ideas or major events from a particular story on each rectangle, as well as draw a picture in the box. They then need to put events in the correct sequence, and "link" each of them together by writing
This plot graph is presented in landscape view. This worksheet has a staircase pattern that moves from the bottom left to the upper right of the paper. Beginning at the bottom left of the page, students will number each major event in the literary work and write a short description of the event. Lin
This plot graph is presented in landscape view. This worksheet has a staircase pattern that moves from the bottom left to the upper right of the paper. Beginning at the bottom left of the page, students will number each major event in the literary work and write a short description of the event. Lin
This resource provides you with 40 Story Starters to get your students writing creative narratives. I have provided TWO examples of how I teach the writing process using the Story Starters and I hope you find these useful. I take you through the planning stage, focusing on Setting, Characters, the P
Students put the major events of the book in orderStudents identify the following:CharactersPlotSettingsConflictResolutionTheme(s)*Teachers resources included on page 3
Students put the major events of the book in orderStudents identify the following:CharactersPlotSettingsConflictResolutionTheme(s)*Teachers resources included on page 3
Students put the major events of the book in orderStudents identify the following:CharactersPlotSettingsConflictResolutionTheme(s)
For this group writing and presentation project, you will be producing a newscast episode that will focus on major events that have taken place in Maycomb, Alabama as depicted in To Kill a Mockingbird. Your newscast will have the characteristics of a modern television newscast but will be set in Ma
This plot graph is presented in landscape view. This worksheet has a staircase pattern that moves from the bottom left to the upper right of the paper. Beginning at the bottom left of the page, students will number each major event in the literary work and write a short description of the event. Lin

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