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This Plot Elements Board Game contains 8 story cards, 40 game cards, and a game board to help students practice identifying plot elements in fiction texts. The plot elements covered are exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. This Plot Elements Board Game works great as a
What student does not love a good game? The idea for this game was born when I was teaching the elements of literature and I could not get students to remember all the different parts of a plot and their order in a story. This game finally did the trick!Here’s how it works. It’s played much like a
Have fun teaching the parts of the story by playing a trivia game! This is a great way to review the parts of a story without boring your students!
Grades:
5th - 9th
CCSS:
This file includes a 28 card "I have, Who has?" game for reviewing elements of plot. The game comes with directions, game cards, and two endings -- mine or blank cards in case you need to customize the game and add some words of your own. Check out the preview to see the cute theme, the words inclu
Grades:
6th - 12th, Adult Education
This interactive Smart board Jeopardy game reviews the plot elements (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution).
Grades:
5th - 8th
This Trashketball game reviews literary terms, such as character, setting, plot, conflict, narration, and theme, that are essential knowledge for understanding fiction. Using references to classic literature, students check their understanding of these fundamental concepts and the following addition
This set of "I Have, Who Has" includes 17 cards with short story element vocabulary such as:PlotSettingMoodConflictRising ActionClimaxCharacterizationMan vs. Manand others!This game serves as a great review for students to play as a whole class or in small group centers. Simply cut out each card, l
Teach your middle school students the critical story elements vocabulary of setting, characters, plot, theme, exposition, conflict, rising action, turning point, falling action, and resolution with these interactive guided notes I call Pixanotes®! Pixanotes® are a blend of traditional two-column no
Mix it, Match It! is an interactive game. The teacher mixes up all the questions and answers that are on separate cards and gives each student one card. Students must then find their match! Directions for students: 1. Read the card. 2. Decide if the card has a question or an answer. 3. If you
This fun Google Slides, PowerPoint, or Prezi project has students create a soundtrack for The Westing Game using the plot elements. Students will choose songs that represent events that take place during the various plot elements of the novel (introduction, rising action, climax, falling action, and
Grades:
4th - 12th
This unit is designed to be used with any fictional books in a large group or guided reading format. It can also be used as a project- based or self-directed learning unit and can be adapted to multiple age groups 3rd-7th. Use this packet with guided reading books, basal stories, independent reading
This Short Story Plot Elements Pack for "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell helps students explore how plot elements (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution) are developed through textual evidence! Make analyzing Plot Elements FUN and EASY!This product includes th
This Distance Learning Short Story Plot Elements Activity Pack for "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell helps students explore how plot elements (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution) contribute to theme and meaning! Make analyzing Plot Elements FUN and EASY! Jus
This Short Story Plot Elements Pack for "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell helps students explore how plot elements (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution) contribute to theme and meaning! Make analyzing Plot Elements FUN and EASY! Just PRINT and TEACH!This prod
This Distance Learning Short Story Digital Plot Elements Pack for "The Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell helps students explore how plot elements (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution) are developed through textual evidence! Make analyzing Plot Elements FUN and EAS
Click here for posters of these story elements!Use this Story Elements matching game to help reinforce the main parts of a story! This set of matching cards includes 7 different story elements and both color and black and white versions have been included, allowing you to save ink! Perfect for liter
Save your precious time and have a blast with your students playing this fun game. This game includes all aspects of plot like structure, setting, points of view and others.
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education
This board game will ensure your students know the basics of varying fiction genres and plot elements, all while having fun! Groups of 2 - 4 students can play. Simply glue the board game into a file folder and place the cards in a zip lock for easy storage. This would be a great activity to do in th
This review worksheet covers the basic plot of The Hunger Games, including: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution, protagonist, antagonist, theme, point of view, external conflict, and foreshadowing. The choices are on the second page and the students write in the letter for
Story elements are an important part of a strong English Language Arts education, but they can often feel difficult, confusing, or boring. By using a collaborative and engaging technique like "I Have Who Has," students can quickly learn these important terms while actually enjoying themselves at the
Students will have a blast when you play the Pyramid Game with them. This plot game uses the following words. * Plot * Conflict * Internal Conflict * External Conflict * Setting * Protagonist * Antagonist * Flashback * Foreshadow
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Grades:
6th - 10th
HUGE Printable AND Google Forms Novel Study! The Outsiders, written for the novel by S.E. Hinton. It is printable, but LINKS are also provided for Google Slides, Google Forms, and SELF-GRADING GOOGLE FORMS to be shared with your students in Google Classroom. Directions are provided. Students use Ch
HUGE Game Show BUNDLE - Put down the pencils and review important test prep skills with these fun ELA and Reading game shows! They are a bundle of 20 Jeopardy style review games. These are teacher led "no prep" activities that are run from Google Classroom or PowerPoint. There are 500 fully editabl
HUGE Novel Study that is Printable AND Google Forms for A Wrinkle in Time, by Madeleine L'Engle. It is PRINTABLE, but LINKS are also provided for Self-Grading Google Forms, Google Slides, and Google Forms to be shared with your students in Google Classroom or Drive. Directions are provided. Students

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