Literary Elements Worksheets To Print:
Where Are They? -
Determining the setting here is a bit of a difficulty. Read short tale below. Determine where the
narrator is. Then write the number of the correct setting on the
Build a Story Puzzle
- Make this four part-er work for you. Characters, setting and event all need to come together like a puzzle in order for a tale to work. Use the diagram below to map out
the characters, setting and event in the story you just read.
Story Diagram - This
helps you put everything together into one. We explore the concept of a story diagram. It begins with the inciting event of the adventure, shows the rising action, the
climax, the falling action and the conclusion.
Character and Conflict
- Find the problem and conflict for yourself. Where does everything spin in the right way for you.
Be a Book Reviewer
- Pretend that you are writing an Amazon or Barnes and Noble review
for your best friend.
Billy Goats Gruff - The central message here is that I think
you should get it all right. A good story contains conflict, some kind of struggle or problem that needs
to be resolved. It could be a conflict between two characters, or a conflict
that one character is having within himself.
of the First Pearls - You will basically make your own Cliff
Notes for this one. You will break down a small piece of literature to explain it to the masses.
- Read each sentence in the left column. What does it reveal about
Fox Trap - List five key events from beginning to end. For each
event write how the characters respond to it.
and Character Development - Character and story are intertwined
- a character responds to the adventure events according to his or her
individual traits; that response then typically leads to another event
to which the character must respond.
Structure - A plot diagram looks like an upside down check mark,
and the most exciting part of the adventure happens at the climax.
Characterizations - Think about what you have just read. What
traits did the main characters have? How were they implied?
Character - Think about the story you have just read. In the
spaces below, write a "texting" conversation between two
of the characters about a key event in the adventure.