Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer

Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer
Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer
Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer
Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer
Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer
Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer
Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer
Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer
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**Update, 5/24/2017** This product was updated to include additional teaching tips. Writing sheets have also been added as an option for students to write final copies of their own stories. Thank you!

This collection contains some of my favorite Think Sheets to help students:

• analyze traditional tales
• analyze fractured tales
• create a plan to write a fractured tale
• create a plan to continue a published tale
• create a plan to change the main character or point of view in a tale

Please see the Preview for sample Teaching Tips and Think Sheets.

I have successfully used these sheets with students in grades 4 & up. Depending on how the teacher presents them, they could be enjoyed by slightly older or younger students.

Enjoy!

You might also like these folk, fairy tale, and short story products:

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Fairy Tale Think Sheets: Story Analysis & Pre-Writing Organizer

Fairy Tale Maps: Exploring Setting (New! 5/5/17)

Fairy Tale Bibliography Record Sheets (New! 5/12/17)

Fairy Tale Character Wanted Posters (New! 5/17/17)

Folk & Fairy Tale Compare & Contrast Story Chart (New! 5/19/17)

The entire collection is also available in a bundle:
Folk, Fairy Tale, & Short Story Series Bundle (Updated on 5/19/17)

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Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.
Describe how a narrator’s or speaker’s point of view influences how events are described.
Compare and contrast the point of view from which different stories are narrated, including the difference between first- and third-person narrations.
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