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Need help prompting writing about a specific event or deconstructing an episode of a story? The 5 W’s graphic organizer helps you consider the who, what, where, when, why!
This story map graphic organizer can be used for students to practice reading strategies or as a writing tool. Students can identify the elements of a story they are reading or use it to plan a story they want to tell on their own. Fill-in bubbles are provided for characters, setting, problem, events, and resolution.
This Story Map graphic organizer is handy for deconstructing stories that you’ve read in class, or helping organize a story you want to tell yourself. Learners map the story into its beginning, middle, and end, as well as record the characters and setting from the story.
Outline a story’s beginning, middle, and end with this narrative essay graphic organizer.