Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more

Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more
Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more
Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more
Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more
Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more
Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more
Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more
Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and more
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Graphic Organizers for Story Elements, Reading Comprehension, and Reader's Response

Includes:
*Beginning and End- Write about the character at the beginning of the story and at the end. How did they change or grow?
*Character Analysis-What the character sees, feel, does and thinks
*Character Puzzle-How did the character look, act? What did they say? How did they change?
*Main Character- Draw the character, list some of their traits
*Compare-a-Story- Compare and Contrast 2 stories
*Comparing Stories Venn Diagram
*Problem and Solution Boxes- What was the problem in the story? How was it resolved?
*Prediction-Before reading, I predict this book is about..., After reading I know this book is about...
*Reading Predictions-By just looking at the cover, back and taking a quick skim through the book, I wonder..., After reading, I know...
*When you read, ask yourself: Where did this happen? (setting) Who were the most important character?, What was the prolem? What were the events?-first, next last, What was the solution? How was the problem solved?
*Building a Story- The character wants something, the character tried to get it, But and So fill in
*Story Map- Title, Author, Illustrator, Setting, Characters, Beginning, Middle, End, Problem, Solution
*Story Train- Beginning, MIddle, End
*Question It- Who, What, Where, When, Why
*My Opinion-I thought this book was..., I would or would not recommend this book because...., Something I would add or take out of the story...
*The End-If I could write a different end to the story, it would be...
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20 pages
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