Graphic organizers are versatile tools to use in your classroom; you can introduce a new skill, practice skills, and assess comprehension and learning. This teaching resource is a collection of 56 of my standards-based organizers for reading literature in Google Drive format.
This is a PAPERLESS activity that can be shared with your students through Google Apps, such as Google Drive and Google Classroom; Edmodo, or other secure sharing sites for teachers.
Includes instructions, tips on sharing single pages/slides, and Common Core standards alignment.
ALL of the Reading Literature anchor standards are covered for grades 6-12 in these graphic organizers and assessment tools.
These skills include:
inferring (inference), draw conclusions, determine themes, theme analysis and development, summarizing the story/novel/chapter, character analysis, character development; interaction between characters, events, and ideas/themes; development of plot; identifying and analyzing figurative language; author's choice of words; how single chapters relate to the whole novel; assessing point of view; author's purpose; comparing the novel or story to the movie; compare/contrast similar themes and genres; comparing similar themes presented in diverse media formats; author's approach; perspective; first person, second person, third person point-of-view; dramatic irony; symbolism; allusions; comparing Shakespeare's work to Ovid's; comparisons to the Bible; and so many more.
PLEASE NOTE: You must have a Google account to use this resource (you can create one free). It is an online resource, so you must also have internet access when you click on the link to the file.
This resource is based on my graphic organizers for grades 6-12:
Common Core Reading Activities and Graphic Organizers for Any Text Grades 6, 7, 8
Common Core Standards Graphic Organizers for ELA Reading Grades 9-10
Common Core Standards Graphic Organizers for Reading Grades 11-12
It includes 56 slides that practice one or more skills.
Created and copyrighted by Tracee Orman
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