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Microsoft Word - Plot Skeleton.doc

Great for comprehension by jannie

I use this at my writing station for Daily 5. The kids love it! Roll a Story great for teaching how to make interesting elements in a story. Love this for those kids who are stuck on what to write about!

How to Write a Scene in 11 Steps (Or 311 steps if you're counting the various edits)

A graphic organizer to help kids organize their thoughts before writing a story!...

Freebie for Mother's Day: This pack includes two writing activities for Mother's Day.

2BR02B Plot Mini-Unit (by Kurt Vonnegut) (pronounced "to be or naught to be"), 7-12th grades, COMMON CORE, full story text, public domain audiobook, "To Be or Not to Be" soliloquy excerpt from Hamlet, plot chart arc organizer, plot analysis questions. While reading the short story 2BR02B, this graphic organizer will help students analyze the 6 parts of the plot: Exposition, Conflict, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution

Students journal about what they did this weekend. Circle time at the start of day could have a brainstorming session through conversation before they write

Character development practice: fill these out from your character's perspective.

Fletcher talks about how creating characters with realistic characteristics is important. This pin I believe it's just perfect, it describes the different point Fletcher described in the text. We have to imagine the facial expressions, how they talk, how they feel and even put a name that goes along with the characteristics of your character.