Engage your students with this end of the year project idea, a literary theme park. Students will review plot, setting, characters, theme, and symbolism as they design a park based on any short story, novel, or play and then present to the class. Also makes a great summer reading assignment!
32 Mix-and-Match Templates allow you to create a novel unit that is tailored to your needs. The templates focus on a wide range of topics related to Tuck Everlasting—story elements, themes and metaphors, imagery, opinions, vocabulary, and more. Students are required to use a variety of higher-level thinking skills as they explore this fascinating novel. And the circlebook book reports make a dazzling display for the classroom!
Literary Elements Poster Set - Fun Chevron Colors with Choice of Chalkboard or White Background! Includes Main Character, Setting, Problem, Solution, Plot, Point of View, Minor Character, Theme. Also includes a fun foldable and a worksheet for novel or story studies! Perfect for grades 2-6!
Better Novel Project is all about deconstructing bestsellers, discovering what elements they have in common, and using these elements as a backbone for a new master outline. This project is not about creating a magic fill-in-the-blank formula. Instead, we are building a structural framework, based on what is proven to work, to contain our own unique stories.
Theme is one of the concepts in literature that students struggle with most. Use this simple graphic organizer to help students determine the theme of any piece of writing and then create a collage of text and images to reinforce their theme's message abo
Beginner writers tend to write essays when they first start writing novels. Successful writers soon realise that a novel is not an essay. It is a story made up of scenes. But how do you know if youve written a great scene? Source