Plan for the Concept, Topic, or Skill -- Not for the Day
How does a reader identify elements of plot structure in a text?
What do students need to learn to be able to answer the Essential Question?
Assessment Prompt 1: What is plot?
Assessment Prompt 2: What is the exposition within the plot of a story?
Assessment Prompt 3: What is the rising action, climax, and falling action?
Assessment Prompt 4: What is conflict?
Assessment Prompt 5: What is the resolution?
Using a Plot Line, students will predict and record the location for the plot elements within the plot line. Once they have finished their predictions, the teacher will use their predictions within the assignment, so students can modify their predictions as they learn more about each element.
plot, exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
AP: What is plot?
AP: What is the exposition within the plot of a story?
AP: What is conflict?
AP: What is the rising action, climax, and falling action?
AP: What is the resolution?
Using short story and plot line, the teacher will model and provide guided support as they work through the short story.
Write to Summarize
Plan for the accommodations needed in order to meet the interests,
learning styles, and abilities of all students.
Appropriate grade level materials
Various adopted programs (Daybook, rBook, Voyager, Read XL, etc.),
graphic organizers, trade books