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Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction

Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction
Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction
Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction
Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction
Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction
Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction
Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction
Fiction Graphic Organizers, Printables, and Responses for teaching fiction
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This fourteen-page fiction pack contains graphic organizers and formats to help students record information and process fiction through character analysis, sequence of events, summarizing, and reflecting.

Organizers included...
*Main Character Traits Map

-Identify the traits, actions, feelings, and motivations of the main character and support them with evidence from the text

*Main Character Circle Map

-Use text evidence to think about what the main character wants, feels, wishes, and doesn't like.

*Character Relationships Map

- Identify other characters the main character interacts with and describe their relationship, using text evidence.

*Character Change Map

-Describe the character at the beginning, identify a major event that causes the character to change, and describe the character at the end.

*Character Poem Format

-Write an "I Am" poem from the main character's perspective

*Characteristics of Setting Map

-Identify the setting using evidence about four characteristics: place, time, tone, and culture

*Theme with Text Evidence Map

-Use evidence from the text to identify the theme

*Story Organizer: Story Elements

-Identify the story elements of your fiction story (main character, supporting characters, setting, problem, resolution, theme)

*Fiction Story Map (Freytag's Pyramid)

-Record important events and details from the story and identify what role they play in telling a story

*Sequence of Events (First, Next, Finally)

-Simple organizer to record three main events

*Sequencing Sketches Map

-Sketch and write about six main events in the story

*Sequence of Story Elements

-Slightly more challenging recording sheet to identify the story elements and record them in sequence (Main Character, Supporting Characters, Setting, Problem & Solution)

*Questioning Fiction

-Four questions with space to respond to get kids thinking about fiction in different ways.

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