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Story Elements anchor chart - characters setting and plot.

Wanting a graphic organizer to help your students compare/contrast the setting, plot, and theme? That is exactly why I created this graphic organizer. It fits the Common Core RL.3.9 standard well, but can also be used for 2nd-5th grades if needed.

Want a good way to check you're students comprehension after they read a story? Place this tri-fold in a paperbag (story bag) and let them write yo...

Teaching plot with picture books. A shared reading lesson that includes a free printable story map.

Literacy Across the Curriculum: Got Pixar? Using Pixar shorts in the classroom

Plot Mentor Texts-use these mentor text to teach elements of plot and how plot impacts a story!

Plot Anchor Chart- This blog post about using a picture book to reinforce plot elements contains a freebie!

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Reading Response Questions

Reading Response Questions Cards.... great for whole group questions and reading response... plot, author, setting, mood, character, and more! $ Great to have on hand every day!