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Plot diagrams allow students to pick out major themes in the text, trace changes to major characters over the course of the narrative, and hone their analytic skills. By plotting simple narrative arcs in three-cell storyboards, or more complicated stories in six-cell boards, teachers can easily assess students’ understanding of important story components.
A travel brochure is a fun way for students to demonstrate what they've learned about a location. In the example activity, students show the geography and wildlife of Canada.
This travel brochure activity can be applied to past or present, real or imagined places.
In this activity, students will create a narrative of a person or event relating to Ancient Rome. Creating a narrative out of the events will help students understand what happened, who each person was, and how they impacted history.
Students can create a narrative biography of any person they research.