What's the problem?

Unit 1: Key Ideas and Details in Literature
Lesson 2 of 12

Objective: SWBAT identify the problem and its solution after listening to a story.

Big Idea: So ... did they fix it? An important element of a story plot is a problem and it's solution. Identifying these is a way in which students can demonstrate comprehension.

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problem-solution, English / Language Arts, Literature, Reading, Comprehension (Reading), Reading Comprehension, plot, story structure, story elements
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