Students need to know when authors use the flash-forward technique since it often interrupts the sequence of the story. Students will learn about this technique and others such as sequence, dialogue, and narration.
Students will read ANY fiction/non-fiction narrative. They will find and record 3 examples of flashing-forward, record the quote, what it was about, identify how it was delivered and why the author used it. Designed for multiple uses, multi-use.
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Flexible use options:
-use with whole class/small groups
-use during independent reading/SSR/DEAR
-use during lit.circles/book clubs/novel studies
-use to bridge reading and writing-perhaps students need to use flashing-forward in their personal narratives!
-use for remediation
-use as part of a project/HW packet
Students will become stronger readers knowing this technique and how/why it is used!