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The graphic organizer is designed to help young readers identify, the beginning, middle, end from a story. Students will identify the title, author, illustrate and write down the beginning, middle, end.  This is a great template for independent practice at the classroom library, homework, class work, and for centers.

Beginning, Middle, End

beginning middle and end graphic organizer | BME- Beginning, Middle, End Graphic Organizer

Graphic organizer can be used during pre-writing as a way for students to understand that stories have a beggining, middle, and end.

Making Connections Worksheets - Davezan

Making Connections: Comprehension strategies that good readers use when they read according to Mosaic of Thought. Many great graphic organizers like this one for making CONNECTIONS (to the character, to the setting, to the problem)

The inside 3 panels are used for beginning, middle, end events.

Simple Book Review Pamphlet

As a relief teacher you probably won’t always have access to a photocopier. Here is a way for students to create a book report from a piece of white paper. Depending on the age of the stud…

FREE Urban, Rural and Suburban Communities – 1 graphic organizer. Level/Subject: Early Elementary Community Studies / Social Studies. Lesson requires students to draw a picture of each community and describe what specific things you can find in each commu

FREE Urban, Rural and Suburban Communities – 1 graphic organizer. Lesson requires students to draw a picture of each community and describe what specific things you can find in each commu

Graphic organizer for fiction and nonfiction--way to show students how to approach each differently.

This is the graphic organizer I created to help students learn elements on fiction and non-fiction in text. This organizer is appropriate f.

FREE Setting  Graphic Organizer-A great tool to use when teaching students about the setting. #free  #teach  #tpt

FREE Graphic Organizer - Setting - This is a great freebie to print and use when teaching students about the setting of the story.

Sarah's First Grade Snippets: graphic organizer

-I would have students use this graphic organizer whenever they are researching a topic.- Sarah's First Grade Snippets: reading nonfiction using sticky notes (freebie included)

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