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Understanding Story Structure with Story Trails and History Maps, Grades K-5

Understanding Story Structure with Story Trails and History Maps, Grades K-5

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Organizing content in a graphic way helps facilitate stronger comprehension for all students. Here are a couple sample graphic organizers for literacy that will help your students better understand the structure of a story.
Organizing content in a graphic way helps facilitate stronger comprehension for all students. Here are a couple sample graphic organizers for literacy that will help your students better understand the structure of a story.

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Published by: Jossey-Bass Education on Mar 07, 2013
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54 Story Trails
Easy MediumHard
Grades: K–5
Level of Difficulty: Medium-Hard
Overview
Students will develop the following reading strategies for this kind of graphic organizer:
Making personal connectionsUsing prior knowledgePredictingVisualizingMaking inferences
This graphic organizer offers a structure for students to use to put events from a story or the stages of anhistorical event into chronological order. Understanding of the key events facilitates greater exploration intothe structure of the story.Are the events related by cause and effect, do they connect as situation-problem-solution, or is the storysimply one of beginning-middle-end? Recording the text and visual images of the key events also enhancesstudents’ comprehension.
STORY TRAILS
Name __________________________Date __________________________
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Roger Roosevel3/27/12HarryPoter meesHagrid whoells him he’sa wizard.Harry gesa wand aDiagon Alley.Harry issored inoGryffindor andbefriends Ron andHermione.The roll isdefeaed and hehree friends aresuspicious of Snape.Harry winshe Quiddichmach.The Sorcerer’sSone is desroyed.
When you first introduce students to StoryTrails and History Maps (Graphic Organizer55), select the key events, arrange them inchronological order, and instruct the studentsto reexamine these events for specific detailsthat can be illustrated.
120 The Elementary Teacher’s Big Book of Graphic Organizers
 
    C   o   p   y   r    i   g    h   t
     ©
    2    0    1    3    b   y    J   o    h   n    W    i    l   e   y    &    S   o   n   s ,    I   n   c .
STORY TRAILS
Name __________________________Date __________________________
124563
Graphic Organizers for Literacy 121
 
55 History Map
Easy Hard
Grades: K–5
Level of Difficulty: Easy-Medium-Hard
The History Map graphic organizer is similar to Graphic Organizer 54, StoryTrails. See the overview and tips for classroom implementation for that graphicorganizer.
Name __________________________Date __________________________
HISTORY MAP
132465
Julie Cassidy3/3/12Boson Massacrekilled dozens of Briish and PariosSamp Acmade manyParios angryBriishoccupied BosonBoson TeaPary proesedhe ea axShos aLexingon andConcordDeclaraion of Independancewriten
122 The Elementary Teacher’s Big Book of Graphic Organizers

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