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Story Elements By Nicky and Sarah
Sybil Ludington’s Midnight ride Written by Marsha Amstel Illustrated by Neal Armstrong
Characters The main characters in this story are Sybil and Star
Setting The setting takes place in a small town in Connecticut
Problem and Solution The problem in this story is that the British attacked the Americans The solution to the problem is that Americans sent the British back to their ships.
Sybil Ludington’s Midnight Ride Review Sybil Ludington’s Midnight Ride was an exciting story because it had a girl who was trying to save her city from the British soldiers!
I SPY! Linda Adams. Can you spy the main idea? The main idea, The main idea. Can you spy the main idea? The main idea of the story?
Riding Freedom By: Pam Munoz Ryan PowerPoint by: Erie.
Created By Madison Lee Theme :It is the story of the adventures of a little girl.
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Junie B. Jones and the Mushy Gushy Valentine Review By: Willow Cooke.
Elements of a Story There are many parts of a story. In this lesson we will discuss the various parts. There are many parts of a story. In this lesson.
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Elements of a Short Story Definition of a Short Story Tells about a single event or experience Fictional (not true) 500 to 15,000 words in length It.
The author _____________ Written by Arthur Dorros and illustrated Elisa Kleven The illustrator _________ Summary: It is about a girl and her grandma and.
By Sid Fleischman Illustrations by Peter Sis Presented by: Kyle Arnold Kristin Gang Jordan Ehrlinspiel Dustin Urey.
Plot Comprehension Skill First Grade Unit 3 Week 4 Created by Kristi Waltke.
Young Night Thought by Robert Louis Stevenson RID Revised 9/09.
Finding the 5 Ws Who?What? Where?Why? When? Created by: Melissa Levin.
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TODAY WE WILL…. Analyze story structure Find and evaluate a storys theme Use academic language: story structure, theme.
1 The Burning of the Gaspee A Presentation of the Gaspee Days Committee Left Mouse Click to Advance v Elementary.
By: Benjamin Muscat. The bus stop that ate children is a story about a girl who was afraid of a bewitched tree. This girl Precious was afraid of the bus.
RL 3.2 – Identify the main events in plot, their causes, and the influence of each event on future actions. In the beginning, we learn about the setting.
Is Your Mama a Llama? By: Deborah Guarino. Parts of a Book.
Perspective & Point of View The perspective is whose side of the story is being told. “That rotten wolf tried to eat us!!!!” “I was framed! I just wanted.
The Million Dollar Shot Author: Dan Gudman Illustrator: none.
By Margaret Peterson Haddix Book review by Denise Bashline.
Elephant Run By Roland Smith Characters Nick Mya Hilltop (old monk) Mr. Freestone Indaw Nang Magwe Japanese Mom Miss Pretty Hannibal.
Conflict. A conflict is a problem or a struggle in a story between two opposing forces. There are two different types of conflict: External Conflict.
Social Studies Chapter 5: The New England Colonies.
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Written by Lois Lowry Presentation by Lauren Lorentzen.
Digesting a Story 2 nd Graders Explain how their class digested a story.
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