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- This bundle is designed to help you introduce your students to how authors develop PLOT in a story. Start by introducing the 43-slide PowerPoint in which the elements of plot are presented in a step-by-step manner and includes multiple practice opportunities you can use to guide your students throug$10.99$20.49Save $9.50
This 43-slide PowerPoint is perfect for introducing your students to the concept of PLOT. Plot is presented in a step-by-step manner. It includes practice slides where students identify the plot elements of EXPANDED VERSIONS of well-known nursery rhymes "Jack and Jill" and "Little Miss Muffet".
Elements of plot include: exposition (introduction), rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution (conclusion). Definitions for each are included in the PowerPoint.
It also includes a bonus matching 4-page PowerPoint companion handout. Students can write on the handout, recording answers, as you progress through the PowerPoint. The companion handout is available in both printable format or digital format. The digital version is compatible with Google Slides.
Also, you DO have my permission to convert this PowerPoint to a Google Slides format to share with your students.
Here is a brief overview:
Slides 1-3: A Definition of plot
Slides 4-9: Examples of change in a story (In order for the plot to advance, change must occur.)
Slide 10: Map analogy
Slides 11-16: The Map of "Jack and Jill"
Slides 17- 23: The Elements of Plot (definition slides)
Slides 24- 30: Identifying the Plot Elements of "Jack and Jill"
Slides 31- 38: Identifying the Plot Elements of "Little Miss Muffet"
Slides 39- 42: Identifying the Plot Elements of "Hero Dog Fido" (an original story)
Please note: The PowerPoint cannot be edited due to the copyright requirements made by the contributing artists (clip art, font, background).
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