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Compare & Contrast Story Elements | RL.5.3 with Google Slides™ Distance Learning

Jennifer Findley
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Description

This comparing and contrasting story elements resource contains everything you need to teach 4th and 5th grade students how to compare and contrast different story elements.

NOTE: This resource now has Google Slides™ versions, making it ideal for digital distance learning and remote teaching! Please see the 3rd page of the PDF for details and the links.

For a resource that focuses on identifying and describing story elements, click here.

*This resource includes activities and passages for comparing the main story elements (characters, setting, and plot).

Click here to check out my Reading Units Bundle for 4th and 5th Grade that includes this resource and ELEVEN other resources.

Comparing and Contrasting Story Elements Activities and Resources Included:

  • Anchor Charts/Teaching Posters **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Essential Questions **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Checklists/Rubrics **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Graphic Organizers and Interactive Templates **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Practice Texts Set 1 – Shorter Texts **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Practice Texts Set 2 – Longer Texts **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Practice Texts Set 3 – Paired Texts **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Small-Group Activity: Task Cards **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Small-Group Activity: Color Coding **Also Available in Google Slides**
  • Small-Group Activity: Spin and Compare/Contrast **Also Available in Google Slides**

The passages in this resource are written to specifically focus on comparing and contrasting each story element separately.

Practice Texts Set 1 (Shorter Texts):

•Two Texts for Comparing Characters

•Two Texts for Comparing Settings

•One Text for Comparing Problems

•One Text for Comparing Outcomes

Practice Texts Set 2 (Longer Texts):

•Two Texts for Comparing Characters

•Two Texts for Comparing Settings

•One Text for Comparing Problems

•One Text for Comparing Outcomes

Practice Texts Set 3 (Paired Texts):

•Two for Comparing Characters

•Two for Comparing Settings

•Two for Comparing Plots

**This resource includes prose stories only.

About the Digital Comparing and Contrasting Story Elements Activities

The following reading activities are included in digital format as well as printable (Google Slides unless noted).

  1. Digital Comparing and Contrasting Story Elements Posters
  2. Digital Comparing and Contrasting Story Elements Graphic Organizers
  3. Digital Comparing and Contrasting Story Elements Essential Questions
  4. Digital Comparing and Contrasting Story Elements Passages
  5. Digital Comparing and Contrasting Story Elements Task Cards

More Reading Resources and Activities:

Paired Passage Resources

Reading Centers Bundle

Reading Constructed Response

Reading Anchor Charts

Reading Interactive Notebook (with TEXTS)

Reading Choice Boards

Reading Test Prep Bundle

Reading Review Flipbooks: Fiction and Informational

Thanks!

Jennifer Findley

Total Pages
70+
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or drama, drawing on specific details in the text (e.g., how characters interact).

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