Plot Worksheets To Print:
The Events Unfold - Work on this one with a story that you have just read. What is the central problem of the story?
Story Outline - This is an awesome story map for you. What is the climax of the story? How do the characters face and solve the central problem?
How Does It Flow? - See if you can get it synched well. Think about the story you have just read. Can you identify the three basic parts?
Plot Diagram - A great way to visually sum up a story for yourself. It begins with the inciting event of the story, shows the rising action, the climax, the falling action and the conclusion. On the lines above each one, write a few lines about what is going on at each point in the story.
Storyboarding: Plot - A storyboard is a visual depiction of a story. It is like a plot diagram made out of pictures. Study the parts of a storyboard.
Understanding Plot - How does the story begin? What do the characters do to try to solve the problem?
Through the Star - Use
the diagram below to outline the plot of the story you just read. See where this goes for you.
The Elements of Plot - A plot is the organized sequence of events that make up a story. Each event in the story is related to the ones that came before it.
Plot Dropper - On
the lines, write a few lines about what is going on at each point
in the story you have just read, to create a simple diagram of the
Study Diagram - A
plot diagram looks like an upside down check mark, and the most exciting
part of the story happens at the climax.
Is it There?
- Read the following passages. Is there a central theme or something we can easily point to.
Parts of a Plot
- Use this checklist to determine the parts of the plot in the story
you just read. Then on a separate sheet of paper, draw a diagram like
the one on this page and diagram the story.