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Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts

Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts
Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts
Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts
Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts
Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts
Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts
Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts
Elements of Fiction Anchor Charts
Product Description
I use these anchor charts in my classroom as I teach the elements of fiction. You can use them with any fiction text, whether it’s a short story in a textbook or a chapter book off the shelf. They work great as a daily reminder for students to refer to as they answer questions and engage in discussions about fiction stories. As you teach each element, just post the anchor chart. You can also use the features available in your printing program to print them 4 to a page for the purpose of having students glue them into their notebook.

This resource includes 28 anchor charts, each detailing an element of fiction and a basic definition appropriate for intermediate grade levels.

Elements of Fiction included:
setting
character traits
round character
flat character
antagonist
protagonist
plot
background
rising action
climax
falling action
resolution
1st person p.o.v.
2nd person p.o.v.
3rd person p.o.v.
theme
explicit theme
implied theme
integral setting
backdrop setting
conflict
character vs. self
character vs. character
character vs. society
character vs. nature
character vs. fate
dynamic character
static character
Total Pages
30 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
N/A
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