Help students understand what flashbacks are! They will become stronger readers because of it! Flashbacks interrupt the sequence of stories and students need to be aware. This page will not only cover this ONE technique, but it will also cover other techniques that are also related to flashbacks such as using past-tense, foreshadowing, dialogue, and more.
Students will read ANY narrative text (fiction/non-fiction). They will identify 3 flashbacks, record the quote, explain why the flashback was used, and how it was given. They will also check-mark how the flashback was used: to develop characters, give background info., etc. Designed for multiple-uses, multi-use.
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Flexible use options:
-use in small group/whole group
-use as part of lit. circles/SSR/DEAR/independent reading
-use in small group remediation
-use during book clubs/novel studies
-use as part of a project/HW packet
-use as a connection to writing-perhaps students are writing narratives and you'd like them to utilize flashbacks!