Patterns of Chapters, Scenes, or Stanzas of Text Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.5.5

Core Standard

Large bodies of written work are often sectioned into chapters. Each chapter has a different theme or main topic. Many books will have multiple chapters that greatly differ in length. Each chapter may have several different scenes. A scene is section where the main characters have a series of interactions. Some students will confuse settings and scenes. A setting is the back drop; a scene is what is happening in that setting. Stanzas are usually reserved for poems. They are a group of lines of a poem that form a basic unit of poetry within the poem. These worksheets will help students start to see regularity and familiarity in written works of all types.









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