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Unit 1 Cumulative Review. Comprehension. Plot. The plot is what happens in a story. Characters. Characters are the people who experience the events of a story. Brady, Rose, Karana, Satchel, Iron Men. Cause and effect. The cause is why an event happens and the effect is what happens .

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Unit 1 cumulative review

Unit 1 Cumulative Review

Comprehension


Unit 1 cumulative review

Plot

  • The plot is what happens in a story.


Characters

Characters

  • Characters are the people who experience the events of a story.

Brady, Rose, Karana, Satchel, Iron Men


Cause and effect

Cause and effect

  • The cause is why an event happens and the effect is what happens.

  • -Ben lives because Brady continued his search.

  • -Karana was in danger so she built a fence around her shelter.

  • -The clouds poured rain because of Rose’s touching song.

  • -Because he pitched so well, Satchel Paige played Pro Baseball for many years.

  • Because of teamwork and organization, the railroad team shredded the previous record of 7 miles built in a day.

  • - People that confront challenges achieve amazing things.


Setting

Setting

  • The setting is where and when the story takes place.


Theme

Theme

  • Theme is the “big idea” that holds the entire story together.

All of our stories in this UNIT follow the same theme. What is the common theme in all 5 of Unit 1 selections?


Sequence

Sequence

  • Sequence refers to the order in which the events happen. In nonfiction, it means the steps in a process.

  • -Can you put the events from a story into a chronological (putting events in the order in which they happen) sequence?

  • -Pick a story from Unit 1 and put 5 events from that story in chronological order. Recreate an abridged version of the story in a mini-book using only your 5 events.


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