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    • Rope Burn
      Week 1
    • This Week’s Goal
      I will read and analyze
      the conflict and
      resolution in a story
      by completing a story
      map.
    • Humiliation
      A feeling of shame or
      embarrassment
    • Expectations
      Hopes about how well others
      will do, or about how they
      should behave
    • Fringes
      Areas along something’s edges,
      far away from the center of
      action.
    • Hesitating
      To pause before doing
      something because you are
      scared or unsure.
    • Sincere
      To be honest, and to mean
      what you say.
    • Coaxed
      Gently talked into doing
      something.
    • Week 1 Skill
      Conflict and Resolution
      All stories have a plot, the
      events in the story. These
      events contain a conflict
      and a resolution.
    • Week 1 Skill
      Conflict and Resolution
      At the beginning of the
      story, there will be a
      conflict, or a problem
      the character goes through
    • Week 1 Skill
      Conflict and Resolution
      At the end of the story,
      there is a resolution,
      a solution or fix
      to the problem.
    • Week 1 Skill
      Conflict and Resolution
      The conflict in a story
      usually has to do with
      a challenge faced by the
      main character.
    • Week 1 Skill
      Conflict and Resolution
      Conflict
      Plot Events
      Resolution
    • Week 1 Skill
      Let’s Try One!
      Freddy had trouble making friends at his new school. One day, he saw a poster about a meeting of the chess club, and he decided to go.
      Think about Freddy’s problem
    • Week 1 Skill
      At the meeting, Freddy met a boy
      named Dennis who lived on his
      block.
      “I didn’t know you played chess.
      you should come over after school
      so we can play a game,” Dennis
      said. Freddy was glad to meet
      someone new who liked chess.
    • Week 1 Skill
      Freddy’s Conflict (Problem):
      Freddy had trouble making friends
      at his new school.
    • Week 1 Skill
      Plot Events:
      1. Freddy sees a poster for a chess
      club meeting.
      2. Freddy goes to the meeting.
    • Week 1 Skill
      Resolution:
      Freddy meets Dennis, makes a new
      friend and finds someone to play
      chess with.
    • This Week’s Story
      StoryTown pg. 26
      Preview the text. Find the genre and come up with a prediction of the story.
    • This Week’s Story
      Practice Book pg. 2
      As we read, we will fill out this story map.
    • This Week’s Goal
      I will read and analyze
      the conflict and
      resolution in a story
      by completing a story
      map.