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Read stories about real life heroes like young Louis Braille. Talk about books and analyze the plots with STORY FRAMES. Use the same structure to inspire students to write about their own challenges. Interview family members to learn about their past. Share stories with the class to inspire a "growth mindset."
NOTE: This resource may be used with any story, however, a plot analysis has been included for Six Dots: A story of Young Louis Braille by Jen Bryant, illustrations by Boris Kulikov. You may want to acquire that resource. An in depth analyses of SIX DOTS (coming soon) as well as summary and essay writing activities may be found at our TpT store at Carolee Dean at Word Travel Press LLC.
SUMMARY: SIX DOTS is the true story of Louis Braille, a blind boy who created the Braille writing system when he was just a teenager.
This resource contains the following:
STORY FRAMES Complete Version
STORY FRAMES Basic Version
1 Plot Analysis for SIX DOTS: A STORY OF YOUNG LOUIS BRAILLE
1 PERSONAL STORY BRAIN STORM
2 Page PERSONAL STORY ROUGH DRAFT