Reflection: Online Resources Plot: Hold on tight - Section 2: Mini-Lesson


Games are a great way to reinforce a strategy and there are plenty of games that help students understand the concept of Plot. This link from Brain Pop offers fun games and activities that you can do with students to get them to understand what Plot is. This next link from internet4classrooms provides several different Plot-themed activities and graphic organizers that students can use. There are tons of great resources online for this important concept. 

  Games to Teach Plot
  Online Resources: Games to Teach Plot
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Plot: Hold on tight

Unit 22: Plot Unit
Lesson 1 of 5

Objective: SWBAT notice Plot points in books from their browsing boxes.

Big Idea: Introducing the concept of Plot

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English / Language Arts, Comprehension (Reading), plot, mini-lesson, journals, independent reading
  60 minutes
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