Students must learn to analyze and interpret the literature they read not only for achievement on tests, but also for the enjoyment thoughout their lives. Each element is defined, then one or more examples from classic or modern literature are given. Skill-building activities based upon each element are provided. The resource covers Plot, Conflict, Character, Setting, Point of View, Style, Mood, Theme, Tone and Genre.
Being able to identify the characters, their actions, the setting, the plot, and other important elements of a story deepens reading comprehension. In Story Elements, students read selections and complete exercises to learn more.
Lee Woods has written a book for students who are tired of the same old grammar rules. "Students can learn how to write now, when they are young and searching. We make learning fun for adults, why not students?" Using humor, goofy characters, suspense, dialogue, and language play, Woods gives students 31 episodes and exercises in planning and mechanics that can satisfy core writing standards. His approach has earned the praise of teachers and students nationwide.
Publisher: Lee Woods
Product ID: LBW001
Grades: Grades 6 - 8
Level(s): Middle School
File Size: 696.35 KB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Physical Book): 9781614343028