Arthur’s TV Trouble Worksheet

Arthur’s TV Trouble Worksheet

How to teach Telling about a Story

Using Arthur's TV Trouble Worksheet, students retell the story by describing the story elements of any given story to build their reading comprehension.

Teaching story elements is an important skill when learning how to read. Asking logical questions about the text, knowing when and where the story takes place, and important details within the text can truly help your students comprehend what they are reading.

Listen to your teacher read a story. Think about what happens in the story, and when these things happen. Retell the story by writing about the story elements of the story.

 

Other resources to use with this Arthur's TV Trouble Worksheet

If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about story elements.

Use this Note Taking and Summarizing Graphic Organizer as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this worksheet by reading a short book. Next, ask students the names of the characters and where the story took place.  Then, have students complete the worksheet independently or with a partner. Finally, students share their summary of their text. Once finished, students continue practicing reading their own texts and summarizing.

Be sure to check out more Story Elements Worksheets.

 

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