BME stands for beginning, middle, end and is one of the first story structures for students. BME worksheets help with sequencing stories. Students can also use these pages to build their own stories!
A big part of reading comprehension is understanding what is happening in a story. One of the simplest ways to break a story up is into three parts: beginning, middle, and end. ELL students can use them to keep important character names, places, and details in order. All students can use them to review a story, and to begin to build more complex fictional story plots!
To make a BME worksheet, click the "Customize this Example" button below. Once you're in the Storyboard Creator, click on each of the elements on the template to change them to fit your needs. When you're done, hit save and follow the instructions. You can print off your worksheet from the next screen, or it will be saved to your account.