Reflection: Student Ownership Plotting our Historical Fiction Story - Section 1: Lesson Opener


My goal with a graphic organizer is always for the students to eventually not have to rely on it. For this unit since every plot diagram has a slant to it, I will not be able to ween them off of it. In order for them to truly have student ownership over creating their own plot sequence, I could have them create one while reading a story or draft another plot diagram of the same genre.

  A note on using a plot diagram
  Student Ownership: A note on using a plot diagram
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Plotting our Historical Fiction Story

Unit 15: Fiction Unit
Lesson 8 of 15

Objective: SWBAT to complete a plot diagram of a historical fiction story in order to complete a cohesive and clear narrative.

Big Idea: It turns out you can change history!

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