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Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets

Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets
Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets
Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets
Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets
Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets
Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets
Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets
Elements of Fiction Graphic Organizer Worksheets
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Looking for ready-to-print or ready-to-upload Elements of Fiction graphic organizers?

This 10 page document includes printable worksheets with discussion or comprehension questions to use while reading any fictional story, novel, play, movie or show. Organizers will help students analyze each element of fiction:

Discuss Setting by asking questions such as Historical period, Country or Urban, Season of the year, Weather, Time of day, or How to describe the atmosphere or mood created by the setting and more;

Define Irony with examples of verbal, situational and dramatic irony, and find the examples and the effects upon the characters and more;

Direct and Indirect Characterization questions such as to define (Indirect): Private Thoughts- The character’s private thoughts and feelings are revealed.; (Indirect): Actions- The writer shows what the character does-how he or she acts;(Direct): The author directly states what kind of person the character is: sneaky, honest, evil, innocent, and so on;

Theme questions such as if the title signifies something about the story, does it point to a truth the story reveals about life? Does the main character change during the course of the story? Does the main character realize something he or she did not know before? and more;

Symbolism Questions such as if an object or event is used as a symbol, it usually appears several times in a text, and when you are thinking about whether something is used symbolically, ask yourself: “Does this character, object, or event stand for something?” and more discussion questions;

Point of View Questions, such as from which three points of view is the story told: 3rd Person Omniscient, 3rd Person Limited, 1st Person, or 2nd Person, or what does the narrator know (or not know) that no one else could know, and more.

Useful graphic organizers for any fiction unit, to be used for years to come!

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Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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