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5th Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Story Elements - CCSS RL.5.2, RL.5.3, RL.5.5


Links verified on 08/04/2017

1. Characters.

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Select a character and create your own story. When you have finished print the page to save your story. (Works better in Internet Explorer) SEE MORE
 
2. Circle Plot Diagram.

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Identify and interpret main incidents using this interactive graphic organizer. SEE MORE
 
3. Elements of a Story.

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This site features an interactive explanation of each literary element, which is then followed by a series of activities to enhance students' understanding. Students will be asked to put plot developments into the correct order, select appropriate settings and characters, and sort events and exposition. SEE MORE
 
4. Evaluation Station.

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Evaluate a story that you have written.  SEE MORE
 
5. Name That Literary Element.

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Choose 1 or 2 players, the difficulty level, book to review and the number of units. Follow the instructions to name the literary element. (Requires shockwave) SEE MORE
 
6. Settings.

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Select a setting and create your own story. After you select a setting, suggested vocabulary can be found at the bottom of the page where you type. (Works best in Internet Explorer) SEE MORE
 
7. Short Story Elements Quiz.

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A five question quiz about story elements with immediate feedback and score. SEE MORE
 
8. Story Element Definitions.

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Play these concentration, matching, and flashcard games to review the definitions. SEE MORE
 
9. Story Element Videos.

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Twelve videos to respond to, analyze, interpret, or compare and contrast story elements, ( e.g., setting, characters, character traits, plot, resolution, point of view.)   Analyze multiple texts from a variety of genres and media for their effect on meaning.  SEE MORE
 
10. Story Elements Alive!

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A lesson plan on story elements with five 45 minutes sessions including handouts. SEE MORE
 

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