Setting Worksheets To Print:
What's the Setting?
- Margaret had not done her math homework. She hated math! We explore how to determine where and what is going on.
A Study of Setting
- We look deep into the themes and concepts presented by the setting. It is an integral part of the story. In most cases, the story could not happen at all in exactly the way that it does if the setting were dramatically different.
Five Sense Readers
- You need to get them to smell the flowers, touch the rainbows,
and even hear the shouts. Think about the story you have just read. How did the author appeal to your five senses, to bring the setting to life for you? List details from the story that relate to each of the senses.
- Can you tell the setting of the passage just from the details
provided? Can you tell the setting of
the passage just from the details provided? Read each passage. Write the setting on the line. Then indicate what about the passage
gave you clues.
Analyze the Setting
- Any body of work that you want to pick apart, this will help you
with. It basically a series of questions that will point you in the right direction.
What the Setting
Says - How would this scene be different if it took place in
Tom's bedroom, or in a restaurant, or on a school playground?
Where on Earth?
- What is the setting? Write the number of the correct setting on
- What role does the setting play in the plot and the theme? Think about the book you have just read. What
role does the setting play in the plot and the theme?
Creating a Setting
- Appealing to a reader's five sense can really bring a setting to life. Imagine a place where a story might take place. It can be a real place with
which you are familiar, or it can be an imaginary world or place that you create.
Setting in Literature and
Film - Answer the questions using details from the book or the movie. You have read the book and seen the movie: Now think about each
one. Answer the questions using details from the book or the movie.
What is the Setting?
- The old dog snoozed. We couldn't see him, but we could hear his shuddering snores. Read the following passages. What is the setting? Explain your answer
using textual evidence.
Examining the Setting
- Describe the setting using specific details from the point of
view of the main characters. Describe the setting using specific details from the point of view of the main characters. How does each character
feel about the setting?
Setting in Literature
- In each of the novels below, the setting plays a very important
role in the story. In each of the novels below, the setting plays a very important role in the
story. Write a brief paragraph for each novel, explaining why its
particular setting is important, and in what way.
What Is That? -
Ellie shivered as she followed her mother down the frozen food aisle. Read each passage below. Can you identify the setting?