This is a narrative graphic organizer that I put together after attending a writing professional development. I have used this in my own classroom. This is great to keep the students organized with their writing and great for the English language learners.
The "Who, When, Where, and What does the character want?" is the beginning of a narrative. The "What happened?" and transitions is the middle of the narrative. The "How does it end?" and "How do the characters feel?" is the end of the narrative. This is well organized. The students can also do a quick sketch in the boxes. You can call this graphic organizer the "Who, When, Where, 2 Whats, and 2 Hows" organizer; this is simple for the students to memorize. The students will then be able to write their rough draft.
You need to print duplex (2-sided) and then fold in the middle where the black line is. It needs to open like a book.