Comparing Parts of a Story Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.8.5

Core Standard

Students will quickly learn that when reading a story we often earmark it into three distinct parts. The beginning, middle, and end. Along the way, the story will display a setting, a series of characters, and the plot will unfold throughout the body. What is often difficult for students is to compare two stories that are not directly relatable. These worksheets will help students compare different sections of a story and help it make sense to compare towards other works.









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