This is a basic PDF format designed to support students as they read a novel. Students write a summary for each chapter and focus on specific story elements. Story elements definitions are included on the first page for students to reference when summarizing chapters. Each chapter has its own page with different story elements to focus while reading each chapter. There are even pages without a chapter number listed for novels that have more chapters than included in the companion guide.
Story elements included on the review guide include:
Internal / External conflicts
Simple and uncomplicated - a great way students can record story elements in a novel, and a summary for each chapter. This resource is helpful when school begins in the Fall 2017. Why? Students can share teachers the written work completed for each chapter.
Students have a complete outline of the novel read, which is so helpful if the novel was read previously, at the beginning of the summer or mid-way. In class, when discussions occur, students can use their information to participate in class discussion. If a student needs to write an essay about the novel, students can use the resource to support writing the essay.
If you have students read independently when class work is completed - this resource can easily be retrieved to record important points. Class time is not wasted!
PLEASE NOTE: There are not pictures included in this entire PDF resource.
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M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)
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