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Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story

Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
Conflict Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story
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Teaching conflict with a novel or short story? These graphic organizers and activities will engage students and provide ample opportunities for understanding the importance of a story's conflicts.

I created a variety of these graphic organizers to study internal conflicts as well as external conflicts. You won't need all of these for every story. There is enough diversity to provide student choice and to differentiate.

The conflict graphic organizers:

1. Introduction to Conflicts: illustrated with definitions.
2. Introduction to Conflicts: blank for students to take notes.
3. Man vs. Man
4. Man vs. Self
5. Man vs. Nature
6. Man vs. Society/ Government
7. Man vs. Supreme Being
8. Conflicts in a Time of War
9. Physical Conflicts
10. Initial Incident: study the specifics of the story’s initial incident - when the
main conflict is introduced.
11. Dear Diary: students will write from the point of view of a conflicted character.
12. In the End: resolution of the conflict.
13. Evaluate the Story’s Conflicts: students choose the story’s biggest conflicts
and defend their choices.
14. In Review: overall review of conflicts from the story.
15. What if this Conflict...: students will imagine what happens if a specific conflict
was not in the story.
16. Resolve the Conflict: if the writer does not completely solve the conflict,
students may finish the story’s conflict.
17. Step by Step: students will find the specific steps that led to the story’s
main conflict (objective summary).

You can see an image of most of these in the thumbnails, and the preview has a specific outline with suggested teaching practices.

These Conflict Graphic Organizers are part of a money-saving bundle! The Literary Devices Graphic Organizers for Any Novel or Short Story has a total of 75 graphic organizers to get students writing and talking about literature.

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