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*** Freebie Alert ***Are you looking for worksheets to guide students through the SWBST Strategy in class?Check out this Summarizing using the SWBST Strategy Freebie which includes 3 worksheets to guide students through the SWBST Strategy!!!Here's the details....Worksheet 1 includes a 2-column chart graphic organizer where students can record evidence that corresponds with each step of the SWBST strategy, and then a paragraph frame to put it a
Two differentiated graphic organizers included to help students with writing summaries for fiction texts
This handout will help students summarize the most important points of a story using the SWBST strategy:SomebodyWantedButSo Then
Summarizing is a very important reading strategy for students to practice, but sometimes it can be challenging to teach. This Summarizing SWBST Graphic Organizer will help your students master summarizing! It works with EVERY book or close read, too! Topics CoveredSummarizingWhat's Included? One Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then Graphic OrganizerDon’t forget that leaving feedback earns you points toward free TpT purchases. I love the feedback. Follow me and be notified when new products are upload
Summarizing is one of the hardest skills to teach elementary students! This FREEBIE uses SWBST (Somebody... Wanted... But... So... Then...) to make it easy. Including two differentiated versions + the self-grading Google Forms™ quiz, this activity will help your students have a process for summarizing instead of just staring at a blank page.Students will read and/or LISTEN to the audio version of The Midas Touch. Choose the multiple-choice questions or the constructed response page depending on
2nd - 5th
Great tool to teach students how to summarize a story.
In this freebie, get a sample of my Summarize using the Somebody Wanted But So Then strategy. This freebie has a 1 page passage/graphic organizer with answer key. The passage can also be accessed on google slides and assigned to your class. To view the full product go to Make sure to leave a review and follow my store!
Check out this freebie! It's an fun and engaging worksheet with a passage and graphic organizer focused on summarizing using SWBST. Check out the Pack for more passages!
2nd - 4th
This is a graphic organizer that can be used for summarizing any book. Someone, Wanted, But, So, Then and then a spot at the bottom for them to put it all together to make a summary.
Teaching comprehension using reading strategies is great for students. These Google Forms are great for distance learning and easily used on Google Classroom. They are adaptable to almost any short story!Topics CoveredCompare and ContrastMain IdeaProblem and SolutionRACESequencingSWBSTText FeaturesWhat's Included?One Google Form for each topic listed aboveSimilar ResourcesReading Strategies Flip BookELA Anchor Chart TemplatesDon’t forget that leaving feedback earns you points toward free TpT pur
This is a printable anchor chart for your students. Have them reference these notes while they practice writing fictional summaries.
Help your students succinctly summarize fiction using the strategy "Somebody-Wanted-But-So-Then." This product contains a lower level version of the chart (without the "Then") for students just learning to summarize in writing as well as a chart for upper grades. Both versions include a space for students to combine the elements of a chart as a well-written paragraph using complete sentences. A great scaffold to ensure your students learn to summarize only the most important parts of a story!
The design of this book is intended to serve as a graphic organizer for exceeding the objectives set forth by the new Common Core Standards (The New Learning Standards), to inspire students’ thinking, and to engage students in dialogue with the text and with each other. Learning Standard alignment chart is included with this product. The FULL VERSION of this book(36 pages) is available on TPT for 9.95. There are many ways to utilize the graphic organizer in this Somebody Wanted But So Then (SWBS
S o m e b o d y | W a n t e d | B u t | S o | T h e nAre you working on summarising?Why not use this fantastic poster display of SWBST!? H O W T O U S E?Print this document on A3 paper. Display this up in your classroom. As you read picture story books (or chapter books), you might like to use sticky notes to record your SWBST and then stick it on the display posters! Display this somewhere in your classroom so students can gain ideas when they are doing a free write/narrative. I hope thi
Teaching your students the Somebody Wanted But So Then method of summarizing a story? Here's some basic outlines! With room for the story title and boxes for your students to fill in, these outlines are perfect to get them started. Just add the story!Contains full page and half page sizes!Happy learning!Want more products like this? Leave feedback and let me know!
This SWBST graphic organizer is used to combine pieces of a story into a summary statement. This resource can be used with SWBST Reading Interventions as a method of assessment.
SWBST - Somebody Wanted But So (Then) Worksheet - PDF Can be used with summaries, theme, thesis statements, etc. Help students summarize and simplify information by using SWBST.
Use this summarizing template to organize, guide, and summarize reading! This activity can be done whole group, small group, or independently.
SWBST Summary form for writing summaries. acronym stands for Somebody...Wanted...But...So....Then...
I created this flipbook for my students to use the "Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then" strategy. It is editable.
1st - 6th
Using the popular summarizing/retell strategy, Somebody, Wanted, But, So, Then, these bookmarks will be easily accessible for all or your students.
Not Grade Specific
These bookmarks can be used to help students summarize a fictional text.
Not Grade Specific
This structured SWBST interactive notebook/flipbook is great for guiding students to create summaries for fictional stories. Page 1: SWBST flipbook for studentsPage 2: Suggestions/key for teachers
SWBST graphic organizer with four levels of support. This is a great strategy to use when working on story element comprehension and retell! It can also be used as a planning page for a guided writing lesson.
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