Relate literary elements and devices to each other, including main idea and supporting details, climax, point of view, and imagery
Recognizing use of flashback
The Big Ideas in Bud, Not Buddy Students will identify the theme in a short story and explore the various themes in Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis.
Story shackles: Linking students to written text Chain your students to reading a given text critically! Story Shackles is an imaginative and stimulating way for students to acquire the ability to retell events of a story or text, sequence the action or happenings in a story, or to simply summarize the plot, main ideas with supporting details, or general information of a story or text.
Running the Bases Supporting details lesson plan geared toward GED students that are appropriate for middle school students.
http://www.learner.org/interactives/story/index.html (D/EX) Focuses on all parts of story and allows learner to distingush parts, including climax (E/B) Respond to literal questions that involve figures of speech from visually supported phrases (E/B) Identify words or phrases representing figures of speech in visually supported related sources (E) Identify words and phrases related to different time frames following oral directions with visual support (B) Match oral phrases or sentences supported visually with different time frames (D) Identify use of literay devices related to different time frames in visually supported discourse (e.g., foreshadowing or flashback) (EX) Analyze use of literary devices related to differerent time frames in visually supported oral passages
The above ELL suggestions came from the following resources:
WIDA Consortium's English Language Proficiency Standards and Resource Guide, PreK - Grade 12