Printables for This Topic:
Build a Book Puzzle
– Theme, setting and plot all need to come together like a puzzle
in order for a book to work.
and the Woodman – Determine the theme of the story. Then match
the numbered sentences with whether they are contributing to the development
of theme, setting or plot.
of Alnaschar – Explain how the subsequent paragraphs build on
the second paragraph to raise the stakes.
of Old Man Kangaroo – Find and explain the parallel construction
in the first part of the story. How does it contribute to the development
of the plot?
of the Magi – Read the story. Then explain whether each numbered
paragraph contributes to the development of the setting, theme or
plot of the story.
Down a Book – Theme, setting and plot all need to come together
like a puzzle in order for a book to work. Fill out the organizer
to analyze how the theme, setting and plot are developed in the book
you just read.
and Her Young Ones – Identify the theme of the story. Then underline
each sentence that directly contributes to the development of the
and the Pig – Theme, setting and plot all need to come together
like a puzzle in order for a story to work.
Princess – Analyze how each of the following scenes contributes
to the plot, theme and/or setting of the story.