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NARRATIVES. A story, poem, or personal experience. Story elements Setting Character Plot Theme. See video: http://flashcards.engrade.com/msleeschool15/narrativeleements. ACTIVITY. Narrative Text Structure Story Element Ease

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narratives
NARRATIVES
  • A story, poem, or personal experience
  • Story elements
    • Setting
    • Character
    • Plot
    • Theme

See video: http://flashcards.engrade.com/msleeschool15/narrativeleements

activity
ACTIVITY
  • Narrative Text Structure
    • Story Element Ease
  • 1. Place header cards face up in a row. Place the story element cards face down in a stack. Provide each student with a copy of the texts.
  • 2. Students review and discuss each of the texts.
  • 3. Taking turns, students select the top card from the stack and read the category printed at the bottom of the card.
  • 4. Write the title of the text that corresponds to the number on the card. Write information related to the story element and place in column under matching header card.
  • 5. Continue until all cards are sorted.
  • 6. Discuss the similarities and differences among the texts.
  • 7. Peer evaluation
small group

A

SMALL GROUP
  • Complete Test Your Skills Activity
  • http://www.learner.org/interactives/story/test.html

PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT

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B

SMALL GROUP

Summary Step Up Activity

Students write a summary of a story by using prompts.

1. Provide the student with a copy of the text and a student sheet.

2. Student reads or reviews the text.

3. Thinks about the characters, setting, problem, important events, and solution to the problem.

4. Writes sentences on each of the steps corresponding to the story-related prompts on the student sheet.

5. Writes a summary of the story at the top of the student sheet using information on the steps.

6. Teacher evaluation

READER’S RESPONSIBILITY

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C

SMALL GROUP

Summary Step Up Activity

Students write a summary of a story by using prompts.

1. Provide the student with a copy of the text and a student sheet.

2. Student reads or reviews the text.

3. Thinks about the characters, setting, problem, important events, and solution to the problem.

4. Writes sentences on each of the steps corresponding to the story-related prompts on the student sheet.

5. Writes a summary of the story at the top of the student sheet using information on the steps.

6. Teacher evaluation

READER’S RESPONSIBILITY

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D

SMALL GROUP

ANTONYM DOMINOES

Students match antonyms by playing a domino game.

1. Scatter antonym domino cards face up on a flat surface.

2. Taking turns, student one places the START domino on the table, and reads the word on the other end of the domino (i.e., awake).

3. Looks for a domino with an antonym (i.e., asleep). Connects it to the domino.

4. Student two reads the word on the other side of the domino (i.e., brave), finds the domino with a matching antonym (i.e., fearful), and reads the word. Connects it to the domino.

5. Continue until all the dominoes are connected.

6. Peer evaluation

Rewriting History

Have students pick a paragraph from a history or social studies book and rewrite the sentences using synonyms. Encourage students to use a thesaurus or brainstorm words to replace words in the sentences. How did using synonyms improve the paragraph? Did synonyms make the writing clearer? Why or why not? Be ready to share your paragraphs with the class.

GRAMMAR.SPELLING.VOCABULARY

exit ticket
EXIT TICKET
  • Measuring Up to the Georgia Performance Standards and Instructional Strategies for Success Book.
  • P.160-161
homework
HOMEWORK
  • Comic Creator:1. Read a story.2. Fold a paper into four boxes. In each box, draw one event. Be sure to draw in the background, and the characters.3. Use speech balloons to show the character's words.4. Use Comic Creator to publish your work.

If you do not have access to the internet, create a comic strip on a sheet of construction paper with the above mentioned directions.