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Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing: Fun Trivia Quiz
Quiz your class on Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. This online interactive resource asks fifteen multiple choice and true/false questions. While most of the questions are surface level and based on basic plot comprehension, this resource could still be useful as a check for understanding or a sponge activity.
9th - 12th Language Arts 3 Views 6 Downloads
Elements of the Story
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.
7th - 12th Language Arts 4 Views 45 Downloads
Unit Plan: Short Stories
Tenth graders complete a unit of lessons on the story elements of Sherlock Holmes short stories. They analyze the plot elements, complete graphic organizers, read and discuss the plots, observe a person and take notes, and analyze an oral narration.
10th Language Arts 14 Views 59 Downloads
Themes in Literature - Langston Hughes "Thank You Ma'm"
Eighth graders study Langston Hughes, "Thank You Ma'am" to discover the elements of plot, character motives and reactions. They express the effects of trust and kindness by writing a reflective personal narrative. They illustrate the themes.
8th Language Arts 14 Views 100 Downloads
"Soil Hide and Seek"
High schoolers comprehend the basics of soil testing. They relate the use of grids and plotting to soil samples. Students comprehend how contaminants flow through soil. They discuss factors such as: slope of the pan, time, and the amount of water effects the flow of the contaminate.
9th - 12th Science 3 Views 12 Downloads
Information Problem Solving--Lesson 3 of 5
Young scholars examine a selected story/book and practice identifying the setting, characterization, and plot. As a class, they identify problems in the story, turning points and the climax. They use a rubric to evaluate the story, as well.
3rd - 5th Visual & Performing Arts 3 Views 13 Downloads
I'm Thinking of a Story
Learners begin to identify and summarize the main ideas and plot of a story. They are told that they are going to play a guessing game. The teacher says; "I'm thinking of a story, and you can try to guess what it is after I've told you the beginning, middle, and end.
3rd - 5th Language Arts 3 Views 29 Downloads
I'm Thinking Of A Story
In this literature lesson, students listen to folk tales and then discuss the main ideas and plot of the story. Additionally, students guess what story is being talked about when their teacher describes the main idea and plot. Good listening skills are being taught in this engaging lesson.
K Language Arts 3 Views 13 Downloads
Stump the Dump Maze Game
Students complete reading Because of Winn-Dixie individually or as a class. As students reunite Opal and Winn-Dixie in this timed reading comprehension maze game, they demonstrate their understanding of the novel's plot, theme, and settings.
3rd - 5th Language Arts 3 Views 25 Downloads
The Great Kapok Tree- Teaching About Conflict in Literature
Students identify the plot of a text. In this literature lesson, students listen to the book The Great Kapok Tree and identify the problem and solution. A graphic organizer is used to help reinforce the concept.
3rd - 6th Language Arts 21 Views 70 Downloads
Plot Check Sheet and Conflict List
In this online interactive plot and conflict worksheet, students read a story and fill in the 7 parts of the graphic organizer involving personal feelings about the story. Students choose which conflict is in their story and then type in their answers online.
1st - 3rd 21st Century Skills 6 Views 29 Downloads
WHY YOU SHOULD LISTEN TO YOUR GRANNY
Students hear a story and use a graphic organizer to identify problems and solutions. They also identify main characters, setting and simple plot. They illustrate one situation when they should listen to their parents.
2nd - 4th Language Arts 7 Views 83 Downloads
Familiarize your class with folktales and hit Common Core standards along the way. Before reading the provided short story, readers practice drawing and supporting inferences and analyzing the point of view in two short exercises. They then read the story several times, focusing on different aspects of the text each time.
6th - 8th Language Arts 74 Views 72 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Like It Or Not?
Write a review of the film adaptation of Holes. After viewing the film, your young reviewers make recommendations about viewing the film. Using details to support their opinions, they highlight the important parts of the movie without revealing the whole plot.
5th - 8th Language Arts 10 Views 55 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Where the Red Fern Grows Chapter 10-11 Worksheet
Focus on characterization in Wilson Rawls' well-known novel. First, learners answer a series of questions about the chosen chapters, paying attention to plot, use of language, and character interactions. Then, using the provided Venn diagram, pupils compare and contrast two characters.
4th - 7th Language Arts 6 Views 3 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable