An activity for students to organize the events in a storySugerencia de uso
1. Download the file and make copies for students.
2. Review with students what the three main parts of a story are (beginning-middle-end).
3. Distribute the worksheet and ask students to work individually.
4. Ask students to think of one of the tales, stories, or fables they know and have worked with, or you can suggest one as well, for example ‘Harry Potter’ ( a general view of the story, not what happens in every book or movie)
5. Ask students to write in the given space events of the story that correspond to the three main divisions. Suggest students they can write short phrases, not necessarily full sentences, some notes.
6. Ask students to get in small groups and read their beginning-middle-ending information to compare “Harry Potter”.
7. If students have problems sequencing the information, try another example with a well-known story and present it on the board for students to have a clearer understanding.
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