Exposition Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: W.5-7.3

Core Standard

The exposition of a story often entails the first few paragraphs of a story that introduces the foundation of the narrative that is being pushed to the audience. This encumbers a wide range of things such as the characters, the scene, and circumstances that may be present. In a book you will often grasp these premises within the first or, at worst, second chapter of the work. Visual forms of this type of narrative often present these same situations in under four minutes. In the end anything that communicates where this story is taking place and the characters that are involved represent this. These worksheets help students and teachers learn how to qualify a exposition to other people.