Reflection: Checks for Understanding The Fourth Conflict: Character VS Character - Section 2: Plot Practice


I ask them to draw their plot triangle without my guidance on their whiteboard. I walk around and check their boards. If I do see a student who does not understand or appears to still struggle I make note of that so that I can come back to help them later. I might also have them come in so that I can reteach and create an intervention lesson. 

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The Fourth Conflict: Character VS Character

Unit 10: Story Elements
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: SWBAT complete a graphic organizer by writing the plot sections of Character VS Character.

Big Idea: This is the last lesson on plot conflict and it is the one that can be the most fun. Students will identify the structure of the plot and the conflict between the pro and antagonist.

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English / Language Arts, Reading, Fiction (Reading), plot, plot conflict, character vs character
  27 minutes
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