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Do you need ideas for teaching plot to a narrative story? A plot is the events that organize and make up a story. When planning a plot for a story, consider the narrative elements of characters, setting, problem of the story, character development, suspense, climax, and solution. Crafting a plot takes planning! These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer's workshop designed for scaffolding through the writing process.

Do you need ideas for teaching plot to a narrative story? A plot is the events that organize and make up a story. When planning a plot for a story, consider the narrative elements of characters, setting, problem of the story, character development, suspense, climax, and solution. Crafting a plot takes planning! These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer's workshop designed for scaffolding through the writing process.

This activity helps students identify the problem and solution as part of story elements by reading the passages and write the problem and solution.

This activity helps students identify the problem and solution as part of story elements. Students will read 4 short passages and write the problem and solution in the provided blanks. The activity can be used in or grade, or where appropriate.