Story Elements Organizing What You Read Activity

Story Elements Organizing What You Read Activity

How to teach Story Elements

Using Story Elements Organizing What You Read Activity, students use activity worksheets and graphic organizers to describe the characters, setting and events.

Story Elements are the most important pieces of a book. Being able to determine the story elements of a book will help your students build reading comprehension.

Students read books of their choosing and then use the graphic organizers to gain a better understanding of what they have read.


Other resources to use with this Story Elements Organizing What You Read Activity

f you are using this activity, your students are probably learning about Story Elements.

Use this Story Elements Reading Graphic Organizer as an additional resource for your students.

Introduce this activity by listening to the Have Fun Teaching Story Elements Song. Next, students share ideas about what they know about Story Elements. Then, students complete the activity independently or with a partner. Finally, students share about the story elements in the book that they have read. Students can continue their practice by recording examples of character, setting, and major events in other books that they have read.

Be sure to check out more Story Elements Worksheets.


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