Infographic: “Seven Steps To The Perfect Story” | Didn't really have a board for it so I stuck it here.

Infographic – Seven Steps for the Perfect Story

Plot - Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher

What is Plot? Adventures of a Grade Teacher: anchor charts, I remember learning this in middle school and think that I could even start it in my grade classroom. Visuals will be extremely beneficial for my students.

an awesome way to teach about the story!

Story Map idea for teaching plot with the story Little Red Riding Hood.

Primary Punch: Speech Materials Round Up {Part One}

This pack contains 8 posters to help teach text features/structure found in fiction text. Posters are created to match the non-fiction text features poster

Mrs. Byrd's Learning Tree: Story Map Freebie! Cute kindergarten student story maps on Goldilocks and the Three Bears.  The FREEBIE can be used with any story.

Cute kindergarten student story maps on Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The FREEBIE can be used with any story. With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story

Story Elements: Characters; Setting; Plot ... http://media-cache-ec3.pinimg.com/originals/7a/36/ad/7a36ad4c223d949da345d8e6dfe70713.jpg

Story elements anchor chart - grade focus in reading. You can read a story and have students draw the story elements

Milestones to an Exciting Plot by J.L. Bell.  An alternative to the three act story structure.  I like this a lot.  Looks easier to feed the main elements of your story into it to figure out what's missing or what needs to be cut.

(Litgram) While there's nothing "simple" about this graphic, it does offer good ideas on how to write a plot, or how to look for common plot structures. The graphic desperately needs true simplification though.

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