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Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"

Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"
Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"
Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"
Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"
Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"
Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"
Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"
Reading Story with Story Elements and Writing Prompt ELA "Gifts for Jace"
Product Description
“Crack the Case” makes finding “evidence” to support text a fun learning adventure! Check out the Table of Contents below to view a highlight of the quality resources you will receive:

Page 1-2: Quality Short Story
• Written by three-time Chicken Soup for the Soul coauthor, Angela Abbott
• Character building passage, Gifts for Jace
Page 3: Character
• In-depth activity to help students use text to identify character such as
• Character age
• Physical features
• Personality
• Thoughts/feelings
Page 4: Setting
• Step-by-step breakdown of discovering all the variables that make up setting of a story such as
• Location
• Time
• Season
• And more
Page 5: Conflict/Resolution/Climax
A simple breakdown of identifying conflicts in a story and determining the overall conflict, resolution and climax.
Page 6: Character/Setting Sketch
An opportunity for students to physically and visually apply his/her detail ideas to a character and setting sketch.
Page 7: Plot
A simple and easy method to summarize the story helping reveal the most important parts.
• Somebody
• Wanted
• But
• So
• Then
Page 8: Digging Deeper
• A look at identifying…
• Point of view
• Author’s intent
• Reference sources
Page 9: Digging Deeper Continued
• A look at identifying…
• Fact/opinion
• Similes
• Proofreading work
Page 10: Interactive Journal Diagram
A visual of how to set up an effective interactive journal.
Page 11: Interactive Journal Labels
A Journal prompt conveniently prepared to print on label paper for easy use.
• Text-to-Self connection
• Easy to use prompt ready for each student

This quality activity is time-tested, simple and easy to implement into your reading class. I hope you and your students enjoy it as much as my students and I have. Enjoy!

Pretty Please: If you find this activity helpful, please leave positive feedback. Also, look for more of my lessons like this.
Total Pages
12 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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