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Seventh graders, after reading "The Fun They Had," "On the Bridge," and "The Birthmark," design and make a collage based on story elements from of the stories read from the packet. They utilize images that represent characters, setting, conflict, plot and theme in their collages.
Reading A Separate Peace? Readers analyze important quotes that appear in John Knowle's classic novel using the provided graphic organizer. Learners record a passage and provide an accompanying analysis for each entry. Consider having learners pair up after completing the sheet to see what passages others chose.
Use this presentation before studying a short story or having your class craft their own. Twelve slides introduce story elements like setting, conflict, point of view, plot, characters, and theme. Examples are not provided, so consider including some of your own, or creating a worksheet to accompany this presentation.
Students recognize some of the universal themes in conflict, including those found in science fiction. They make connections between large scale examples of conflict and personal examples of conflict and develop their own plot outlines based on a central conflict and involving characters who may or may not be human.
Seventh graders create an original narrative story in a diary or journal format involving a fictional character with conflict, plot, resolution and falling action within the story line. They follow the steps of the writing process with editing and organization, and they produce a copy of it on Microsoft Publisher.
Students identify the conflict and plot of a story. in this conflict and plot lesson, students explore terms such as conflict, plot, climax, resolution, and rising action. They identify the conflict and plot of a given story. They watch movies and cartoons and then identify the plot.