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*Please note:  This Resource is compatible with DISTANCE LEARNING platforms such as Google Classroom, SeeSaw and Office 365.  Students can confidently WORK INDEPENDENTLY on these, or you can EDIT this unit of work to best suit your needs and share it with your own CLASSROOM.An entire unit of ☀️RECOUN
Students will move from reviewing the oral communication skill of retelling a story to the written communication skill of recounting past events for the purpose of informing or entertaining the reader. Five writing forms will be explored: Article, Autobiography, Biography, Journal/Diary Entry and
❤️The standard Recount Stories: Fables, Folktales, and Fairy Tales to find the Central Message, Moral or Lesson is covered in this resource. It comes with fillable digital and printable Graphic Organizers, Mini Anchor Charts, and Standards Data Tracking sheets for second and third grade. ❤️ The graphi
This graphic organizer allows students to organize their thoughts before writing a recount. It has spaces for them to include all of the main elements of a recount: a bold beginning that answers the 5 Ws, a mighty middle using chronological words, and an excellent ending. It was used in my 2/3 class
This graphic organizer for recounts focuses students' attention on the use of a "bold beginning", "mighty middle" and "excellent ending" to help with structure and organization in effective writing. A great complement to my other graphic organizer for recounts!
This graphic organizer is designed to help students find the moral of a fable, folktale, or myth. Students will analyze characters and the challenges they face to help conceptualize the lesson or moral of the story.
Graphic organizer to use when recounting stories Clipart: mycutegraphics.com
A simple Text Structure teaching tool for SEQUENCE or RECOUNT. A colourful overview to use with your projector and a black and white version for photocopying. Includes: - a concise one page overview of the SEQUENCE - RECOUNT text structure including signal words - a one page quick view of a paragra
Easy to use graphic organize. Students can fill it in before publishing a good copy.
Use this Recount writing graphic organizer to engage your primary students on getting an independent edge on writing! This organizer is designed to train students to draw a picture first, then add text based on the visual they have created. Watch primary writing explode with this template. Print &am
This Recounting Stories Graphic Organizer set is perfect to teach, practice, or assess Ask Questions: RL.1.2, RL.2.2, and RL.3.2. Whether you use Literature Circles, Guided Reading, Daily 5, Reader's Workshop, or another literacy structure, these graphic organizers will be a helpful resource for you
Guide students' thinking as they recount the events of the text titled The Bee Tree by Patricia Polacco and describe Grampa's contributions to the sequence of events Product Note:These 2 organizers print best on legal-sized paper (8.5 x 14).
Use this graphic organizer to help kids focus their thoughts for personal narratives. According to Dr. Brisk's SFL curriculum, a strong beginning should have the orientation in it.
1st - 6th
Recount Story Graphic Organizer and Anchor Chart on Google Slides R.L. 3.2This digital product contains 3 different graphic organizers to recount a story for upper elementary students doing book reports, close reading, and character analysis. What's Included? -1 Anchor Chart on the different parts i
Product Description: Recount Writing graphic organizers (2 differentiated levels)These graphic organizers are a great tool to scaffold recount writing for K-2 students. (c) 2021 Educreations by Dalia For SINGLE CLASSROOM Use ONLY!
This Recounting Stories Graphic Organizer and Writing Response set is perfect to teach, practice, or assess Ask Questions (RL.1.1, RL.2.1), Recount a Story (RL.1.2, RL.2.2), or Character Response (RL1.3, RL2.3)!Whether you use Literature Circles, Guided Reading, Daily 5, Reader's Workshop, or anothe
A graphic organizer that chunks the elements of a recount: people, setting, beginning, middle & end. Students are much less intimidated to use this as a baseline activity to your recount unit. Perfect for daily journals or can be customized and left for a Daily 5 Work on Writing station.
Have students recount the events of any text in sequential order using this quick and easy to implement graphic organizer.
Get your free Recount writing sample for my text form specific graphic organizers and success criteria checklists product. These organizers have been designed with each text feature in mind, helping students to organize their thinking for 7 different text forms (Recount, Friendly Letter, Procedural,
Great for independent retell of a task.
1st - 5th
Using graphic organizers to help students organize their thoughts is so helpful in the classroom! There are 2 different versions of this recounting stories organizer included in this resource.-Beginning, Middle, & End Organizer-Somebody, Wanted, But, So Organizer*********************************
Simple graphic organizer. Visually appealing with No Distracting pictures, boarders, or other frills. This is important for students with spatial awareness difficulties. Enjoy!
1st - 12th, Adult Education
6 easy-to-use graphic organizers and a Rubric for Persuasive. Simply print off and hand out. Very simple to follow without frills and distracting pictures.
2nd - 12th, Adult Education
Quick and basic graphic organizer for a recount. Students can fill in their ideas before publishing.

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