Track the plot of a book with a straightforward chart. Pupils write in the title of the book and then note down what happened at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.
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- Since there are no lines in the boxes, learners could also draw pictures to represent what happened in the story
- Invite pupils to work with partners to complete the chart
- Add some creative writing into your class and have your youngsters come up with a title and beginning, middle, and end for their own picture books
- The chart can be used for any book you are working on in class or that pupils have been reading independently
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