Editing Task
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This Editing Task worksheet, ‘A Fishing Trip’, features a rough draft of a narrative text about a day-long excursion on a fishing boat. It encourages students to identify capitalisation, punctuation, usage, and word choice errors in the text and then to write out a correct version. The purpose of this task is to develop students’ …More

Writing Task
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This Writing Task worksheet, ‘A Horse Story’, features instructions for students to create a narrative or informational story about a horse. It encourages students to plan their writing and to check it for errors. Prompts suggest including interesting words, different kinds of sentences, and details about the horse’s involvement in an activity.

Writing
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This graphic organiser, ‘Along the Way’ supports students in recalling and organising information in sequential order and gives them the opportunity to draft a narrative text.

Content Area Reading
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This content area reading learning activity, ‘Nailbiting Narratives,’ helps students develop an understanding of the narrative frame structure. It is aimed at helping students become aware of how this structure is used in both fiction and nonfiction texts, and that even though we associate stories with literature, many real-life events have narrative characteristics.

Graphic Organisers
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This graphic organiser, ‘Narrative Outline’ is a great resource to model the structure of a narrative. Students are prompted to identify the title of the narrative, outline the introduction including the characters, setting and time, discuss the problem of the story and conclude with the resolution. This blank graphical scaffold can be used during a …More

Graphic Organisers
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This graphic organiser, ‘Narrative Planner’ is a great resource to model the structure of a narrative. Students are prompted to identify the title of the narrative, outline the introduction including the characters, setting and time, discuss the problem of the story and conclude with the resolution. This blank graphical scaffold can be used during a …More

Writing Traits
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This Writing Traits activity, ‘Narrative Voice: Retelling a Story’ encourages students to retell a story with characters and setting, and with a beginning, a middle, and an end.

Graphic Organisers
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This graphic organiser, ‘Story Circle’ consists of three circles within each other and is a great resource to model the complex elements of the narrative structure. Within the two inside circles students are prompted to summarise the title, characters, setting, conflict and solution. Within the outside circle students are given the opportunity to explore the …More

Graphic Organisers
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This graphic organiser, ‘Story Map’ is a great resource to model the structure of a narrative. Students are prompted to identify the title and author, the main and supporting characters and the setting, problem and solution. This blank scaffold can be used during a whole class pre-writing brainstorm or during post-reading comprehension activities.

Graphic Organisers
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This graphic organiser, ‘Story Structure’ provides students with a scaffold to logically order parts of a story. Understanding the need to sequence events for accurate comprehension can be a challenging concept for some students. This resources segments the story into plot sections with prompts of, beginning, middle and end so that students can recognise the …More

Graphic Organisers
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This graphic organiser, ‘Storyboard’ combines skills in brainstorming and mind mapping to visually represent the relationship between sequential events. It can be used as a pre-writing task, to logically organise ideas, or a post-reading comprehension activity.

Graphic Organisers
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This graphic organiser, ‘Storyboard’ encourages students to visually represent the relationship between sequential events using four illustrations. This resource is particularly useful when working with younger or lower ability levels and can be a great tool when exploring a sequence of events with students learning English as their second language. It can be used as …More

Graphic Organisers
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This graphic organiser, ‘5 Ws and How’ provides a structured diagram that helps students identify who, what, when, where, why and how of a situation or event. It is a great visual tool that can be used as either a pre-writing task to logically brainstorm ideas or a post-reading, comprehension activity.

Writing Traits
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This Writing Traits activity ‘Narrative Voice’ encourages students to write stories using narrative voice.

Spelling
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This quick reference guide, ‘Writing Narrative’ provides students with guidance for writing narratives.

Spelling
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This quick reference guide, ‘Writing Narrative’ provides guidance to students for writing stories.

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