The Story Pyramid, a generic reading graphic organizer, requires the student to think critically about what they have read using all levels Bloom’s Taxonomy. The student must talk about a character trait (comprehension), name the main character (knowledge), as well as describe the setting (comprehension), the problem (analysis), and a solution to the problem (evaluation). The student is also asked to describe the first and last events of the story (synthesis).
This Story Pyramid not only works well for a class assigned reading, but it can also be used as a book report form or as an alternative assessment to the Accelerated Reader computer tests. Directions for the teacher, a direction page for the student as well as six adaptions for this resource are.
It is appropriate for grades 3-8.
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