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Story grammar

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  • 1. STORY GRAMMAR CLOZE PROCEDURE SEMANTIC WEBBING PRICIPLES & TECHNIQUES IN REMEDIAL READING
  • 2. A structural approach to facilitate COMPREHENSION u yo d w Di no t! k a th Language Experience Dimensional Approach Program Instruction Diagnostic- Prescriptive Method Semantic Webbing Story Grammar
  • 3. “Story”- refers to a narrative written discourse, while “grammar”- is usually described as the study of words, however in reference to STORY GRAMMAR in reading refers to the elements or parts of a story or selection.
  • 4. Definition of STORY GRAMMAR:  It’s a technique which classifies the components of a story and specifies relationships among its parts.  Type of strategy for Cognitive Literacy for elementary school students.  It aims to improve students’ comprehension in reading by giving them a framework they can use when reading stories.
  • 5. Components of Story Grammar Setting Theme Plot Resolution
  • 6. Setting: Location Time Characters
  • 7. Theme: Events Initiating Event Internal Response An Action or happening that sets up a problem or dilemma from the story. The Protagonist’s reactions to the initiating event
  • 8. Plot: Goal &Attempt Outcome Goal- is the thing that the protagonist wants to do. Attempt- is the action of the protagonist to get to the goal. Outcome- is the result of the attempt of the protagonist.
  • 9. Resolution: Result or Conclusion
  • 10. Components of Story Grammar Setting Setting Theme Theme Plot Plot Resolution Resolution
  • 11. Story Grammar of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”
  • 12. GOLDILOCKS & THE THREE BEARS SETTING Once upon a time, there were three bears, the mama bear, the papa bear, and the baby bear. They lived in a tiny house in a great big forest. Theme Initiating Event: One day a little girl named Goldilocks came by. Internal Response: She was surprised to see the house and noticed it was empty. Plot Subgoal & attempt: She went inside to find the three bears foods, and ate the baby bear’s soup, broke the baby bear’s chair, and fell asleep in the baby bear’s bed. Outcome: The bears return to find things eaten and broken and to find Goldilocks in the baby bear’s bed. Resolution Goldilocks ran away

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