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Adventure Story Writing

Adventure Story Writing
Adventure Story Writing
Adventure Story Writing
Adventure Story Writing
Adventure Story Writing
Adventure Story Writing
Adventure Story Writing
Adventure Story Writing
Product Description
Writing adventure stories can be tricky! This pack takes apart adventure story writing in different ways. There are lots of options for different learning styles (story telling character templates and so on). Lots of scaffolded writing frames for children who need extra help with English. It is also carefully structured to help with the 'Boys and Writing' initiative. It can be linked to the Common Core and the British or International (PYP) curriculum. Where there are differences in spelling, a duplicate is included. There are photos from Egypt and a detailed story starter among many other resources. This pack is regularly updated. Feel free to ask any questions. Enjoy!

Suitable for the American, British and international curriculums.

Differentiated Adventure Story Writing Frames

These templates are for different ability groups:

English as an Additional Language

The first set of writing frames are as follows:

An adventure story checklist.
A story planner writing frames.
A foldable adventure story template (which can be photocopied back to back).
This can be used as separate activities or back to back. Using the snip tool, it could be incorporated into your interactive white board activities.
Lined paper for writing.
A story board template for lower abilities / children who prefer to use pictures or drawings to organize and demonstrate their ideas or English as an additional language.
Adventure story starter – photo taken in Cairo (New Cairo)
Egyptian Adventure story starter.
Story Map - similar to a story mountain but different format.
Grammar focus - exclamations and correct grammar used in story starters.
Using the 'who' clause.
Activities for emergent writers with a particular focus on English as an additional language.
Focus on settings
Protagonist, antagonist and supporting character differentiated activities.

N.B. For children with English as an additional language who have a high level of vocabulary in their mother tongue. This is a good way to model sentences and play with language before a formal write.

Suitable for the USA, UK, International Schools.

Updated regularly.
Total Pages
103 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
2 months
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