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7th Grade Interactive Language Arts Skill Builders

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Story Elements - CCSS RL.7.1, RL.7.2, RL.7.3


Links verified on 08/25/2019


1. Characters.

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Select a character and create your own story. When you have finished typing, print the page to save your story.  SEE MORE
 
2. Circle Plot Diagram.

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Identify and interpret main incidents using this interactive graphic organizer.  SEE MORE
 
3. Cube Creator.

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Select which type of cube you would like to make: Bio, Mystery, story or create-your-own. Then fill in the information in the cube. Print it out to assemble. Printable planning sheet also available. SEE MORE
 
4. Evaluation Station.

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Evaluate a story that you have written by answering questions about your draft. SEE MORE
 
5. Interactives -- Elements of a Story.

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Story Elements - Cinderella Interactive - Learn about story elements using a Cinderella interactive. SEE MORE
 
6. Literary Elements (Setting, Plot, & Characters)

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A "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" style game. Can you answer the questions to gain fame and fortune? SEE MORE
 
7. 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. [Best in IE] SEE MORE
 
8. Short Story Elements Jeopardy.

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Choose up to 16 teams to play this jeopardy style game. SEE MORE
 
9. Story Element Quiz.

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Play these concentration, matching, and flashcard games to review the definitions. SEE MORE
 
10. Story Elements Questions.

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You can create printable tests and worksheets from these Grade 7 Story Elements questions! SEE MORE
 
11. Trading Card Creator.

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Enter a topic and choose the type of card: fictional person, real person, fictional place, real place, physical object, event, abstract concept, or create your own. Complete the information to create the card. SEE MORE
 

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