Story Structure Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RL.2.5

Core Standard

An event in a story can be many different things. Events can cause a permanent change in a character's life or change the entire setting of the narrative. A tale is often made up of several different and unique events. When an event ends or takes place, this is often the climax of the work. The way in which events unfold, to the reader, are termed the plot. Every author takes a different approach to structuring a story and often doesn't use the same structure that often. Structure is a critical aspect of most works of fiction. This helps ensure that everything makes sense to the reader and helps them attribute some level of value to the work. These worksheets will help students understand how a story is structured and the purpose behind it. They will also learn how slight changes can be used to elevate the audience's experience.









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