This versatile graphic organizer compliments the children's book, "The Girl Who Thought In Pictures," by Julia Finley Mosca. Students will demonstrate reading comprehension by completing this story graph about Temple Grandin and her life with autism. This resource was created to fit the needs of students with limited writing ability, but includes options for a variety of levels.
Included in this resource are tips on how to differentiate the activity. Students may write their answers directly onto the Story Graph, or cut and paste their responses from the Answer Choice sheets provided. The latter option might be optimal who students who, like Temple Grandin, think in pictures.
If you like this activity, you will love my Temple Grandin Story: Flip Book, Character Graph, & Writing Resource! It includes a Reading Passage, along with differentiated comprehension activities and writing prompts. Find it --> HERE
All pages are included in Color and Black/ White
*Images created by Daniel Rieley are used with permission from The Innovation Press. Thank you for your interest in my product!
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