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Using Describing An Experience Worksheet, students write or draw about an important experience by including events in order.
As your students read more difficult books, they will need to be able to keep events sequenced to understand the plot. Being able to tell your own stories is the first step in being able to do this. This worksheet will give your students practice sequencing their own events.
Dictate, write, or draw about an experience you had. Tell about the experience’s events in order using details.
If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about sequencing.
Use this Pictures Tell Stories Sequencing Activity as an additional resource for your students.
Introduce this worksheet by students sharing what you did this morning written on an anchor chart. Next, students share how they know a new event is happening. Then, students complete the worksheet independently or with a partner. Finally, students share their experience with a partner. Once finished, students continue practicing sequencing by independently reading.
Be sure to check out more Sequencing Worksheets.
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