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Plot Unit (Mini-unit) "School" by Donald Barthelme, 7-12 grades, full story text, plot chart arc organizer, plot analysis questions (5-page mini-unit w/ 2 pages of answer keys.) In this modern-day school story, the school seems to be under some sort of curse. Everything is dying. And before the kids, teachers, and community start to lose all hope for life, they need to see some assertion of value.

Plot Unit (Mini-unit) "School" by Donald Barthelme, grades, full story…

This packet is two-fold. The first part has a plot line graph along with definition cards. Students cut out cards, label them with the terms Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action and Resolution. They then can glue the cards onto their chart. There are also definition-word matching cards. Finally, there's a blank plot line with boxes that students can fill in with important events they read or you read aloud. They then can cut out their events and place them on the plot line.

Graphing the Plot of a Story--Graphic Organizer and Sorting Cards New and Improved! This packet is two-fold. The first part has a plot line graph along with

Read, Write, Build- Pre-Primer and Primer sight words. Perfect for Guided Reading and Word Work centers.

I want to prepare these before the school year to always have for literacy centers! Read, Write, Build- Pre-Primer and Primer sight words. Perfect for Guided Reading and Word Work centers.

Story Stones {in the shop!} to help you and your little one elevate the stories you tell - Limited Quantity available via Crafting Connections.

story stones, hand-painted rocks, childrens literacy, art stones, tell me a story. Cool new idea. Everywhere you go find a stone. Gather the stone(s) and when you get back home paint them to match the memories!

FREE! Writing Narrative Endings Printable anchor chart- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Writing Narrative Endings Printable anchor chart- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini conclusions

Writing a Narrative Anchor Chart

"Story Starters" This anchor chart displays elements students may want to include in their narrative writing as well as examples of the different type of elements.