Reflection: Story Elements Introduction Part 3 - Section 2: Independent Work


In order for this lesson to work out time-wise, preparation is crucial.  Students must understand the importance of having read their story and competed the plot diagram before they come to class today. If only a select few did the work yesterday they will end up doing the work in class today and it derails the purpose.  I generally walk around early and make note of any incomplete who get break detention. It is standard procedure in my classroom that not having your homework results in a loss of break privileges. Three of these result in an after school detention at my school, so after the first few weeks of school I rarely have issues with this.

  Preparation is Crucial
  Preparation is Crucial
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Story Elements Introduction Part 3

Unit 2: Literary Reading - "Sooner or later, everything old is new again." Part 1
Lesson 4 of 12

Objective: SWBAT analyze how story elements affect a story while creating an accurate plot diagram for the new text.

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