STORY ELEMENTS ASSIGNMENTS, PRESENTATIONS, & ORGANIZERS
Teach story elements with this huge 150 page bundle! Included are presentations, handouts, graphic organizers, worksheets, and fun activities to teach all the elements of fiction (Character, Plot, Conflict, Mood, Tone, Point of View, Setting, Theme).
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INCLUDED IN YOUR PURCHASE:
• A 26 slide Powerpoint presentation that covers the following topics: Why characters are important, Types of character (Protagonist, Antagonist, Dynamic, Round, Static, Flat, Stock), Direct and Indirect Characterization, The STEAL Method of character analysis (Speech, Thoughts, Effect On Others, Action, Looks). The presentation also uses lots of written examples as well as some movie examples (with links to youtube videos) to illustrate character types
• A STEAL Graphic Organizer that students can use to analyze a character from ANY reading.
• A "It Says, I Say, And So" Graphic Organizer that allows student to look more deeply at the text when analyzing character.
• Creative Character Analysis Assignments
→ Txt Me L8R
→ Character Fakebook Page
→ Message Me!
→ Choose Your Apps
→ Character Online Dating Profile
→ Check My Internet History
• A 30 slide Powerpoint presentation that includes the following information: What is conflict?, 2 Main types of conflict (internal, external), Person Vs Self, Person Vs Person, Person Vs Society, Person Vs Environment.
• A graphic organizer that allows students to analyze the use of conflict in any reading you are doing (or have already done) in class. The organizer has students determine the conflict used in the text as well as the impact that the conflict has on the plot, characters, mood and tone.
MOOD & TONE
• A 15 slide Powerpoint presentation that covers the following topics: What is Tone? / What is Mood?, Examples Of Words To Describe Tone / Mood, Tone Activity, How to Find Tone / Mood, Examples With Explanations For Both
• A mood vs tone printable worksheet with detailed answer key that gives students a reading passage and asks them to determine the tone, mood, and give an explanation.
POINT OF VIEW
• A 15 slide Powerpoint presentation that covers the following topics: What is Point Of View?, Why Is It Important?, First Person Point Of View, Second Person Point Of View, Third Person Omniscient, Third Person Limited, Third Person Objective. The presentation also includes lots of examples with detailed explanations, so students will understand more clearly.
• A Student reference sheet for them to keep as a reminder of each of the types of narration.
• A ready-to-use worksheet where students are given passages of text and are required to determine the point of view with an explanation
• A detailed answer key for the worksheet that makes marking a breeze!
• A 13 slide Powerpoint presentation that covers the following topics: What Is Setting?, Physical Setting, Time, Social Environment, Setting Checklist, Setting Description (with example). Setting and Mood, Video Clip Examples (youtube required)
• A Setting Graphic Organizer that students can use to analyze the Setting (physical setting, time period, and social environment) from ANY reading.
• A creative assignment where students become a 'tour guide' to describe a setting from any reading.
• A 15 slide Powerpoint presentation that includes the following information: What is plot?, What are the main elements of the plot diagram with explanations for each (Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution), A quick check for understanding (to formatively assess if students have learned the information, Different types of plot with examples (Linear, Flashback, Flash-Forward, In Medias Res)
• A graphic organizer that allows students to analyze the use of the plot diagram in any reading you are studying in class. The organizer has students explain what happens in each of the elements of the plot diagram. The graphic organizer could also be used to help them formulate their own narrative!
• A 16 slide Powerpoint presentation that covers the following topics: What is theme?, How to find theme, The difference between topic and theme, How theme is revealed through plot, characters, and conflict, Universal themes, and Thematic statements. The presentation also uses some examples of movies and popular songs (with links to videos) to illustrate what a thematic statement looks like.
• A thematic statement graphic organizer where students apply their understanding of theme to any reading you are studying (or have already studied) in class.
• A list of possible thematic topics that students can use as a reference.
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