Compare and contrast folklore with three PowerPoint presentations, 10 stories, tables, Venn diagrams, and more! This complete differentiated unit teaches students to identify characters, setting, plot, and theme; find similarities and differences in these elements; and write a paragraph to compare and contrast the stories.

Comparing and Contrasting Folklore Unit

Compare and contrast folklore with three PowerPoint presentations, 10 stories, tables, Venn diagrams, and more! This complete differentiated unit teaches students to identify characters, setting, plot, and theme; find similarities and differences in these elements; and write a paragraph to compare and contrast the stories.

This resource is specially aligned to Grade 4 Common Core Reading Standard RL.4.3.  This standard requests that students describe in depth a charac...

Character, Setting, & Plot Grade 4 Common Core RL.4.3

This resource is specially aligned to Grade 4 Common Core Reading Standard RL.4.3. This standard requests that students describe in depth a charac...

"I Got Carried Away With a Good Book!" This flip book makes the perfect bulletin board or book report project for spring! Included: B&W Version of: - "I Got Carried Away With a Good Book" Cover - Characters - Setting - Plot - My Book Review

Spring Book Report Flip Book

"I Got Carried Away With a Good Book!" This flip book makes the perfect bulletin board or book report project for spring! Included: B&W Version of: - "I Got Carried Away With a Good Book" Cover - Characters - Setting - Plot - My Book Review

This file is CCSS aligned to teach comparing and contrasting. There are 2 pages each for comparing and contrasting characters, setting, plot, and ...

Compare and Contrast ~ Characters, Setting, Plot, and Theme ~ Any Books

This file is CCSS aligned to teach comparing and contrasting. There are 2 pages each for comparing and contrasting characters, setting, plot, and ...

Use "The Devil and Tom Walker" by Washington Irving to make Halloween connections in your secondary ELA class. In addition to analyzing author's style, students include character, setting, plot, and theme in their own story writing.

Use "The Devil and Tom Walker" by Washington Irving to make Halloween connections in your secondary ELA class. In addition to analyzing author's style, students include character, setting, plot, and theme in their own story writing.

In this lesson (geared towards K-2), students will learn about the five elements of fictional stories: Characters, Setting, Plot, Problem, Solution...

Story Elements

In this lesson (geared towards K-2), students will learn about the five elements of fictional stories: Characters, Setting, Plot, Problem, Solution...

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