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  • Sticky Notes

    1. 1. Sticky Notes Reading Comprehension
    2. 2. Every Story...
    3. 3. Every Story... Takes place somewhere (SETTING)
    4. 4. Every Story... Takes place somewhere (SETTING) Te$s us about someone (CHARACTERS)
    5. 5. Every Story... Takes place somewhere (SETTING) Te$s us about someone (CHARACTERS) Has a conflict (PROBLEM)
    6. 6. Every Story... Takes place somewhere (SETTING) Te$s us about someone (CHARACTERS) Has a conflict (PROBLEM) Has events that solve (or attempt to solve) the problem (MAIN EVENTS)
    7. 7. Every Story... Takes place somewhere (SETTING) Te$s us about someone (CHARACTERS) Has a conflict (PROBLEM) Has events that solve (or attempt to solve) the problem (MAIN EVENTS) Has a resolution (PROBLEM SOLVED)
    8. 8. Setting: The Pig’s three homes Characters: The Three Little Pigs, The Big Bad Wolf
    9. 9. The other pig builds his out of sticks. Main Events: Problem: One pig builds his house The wolf keeps blowing out of straw. them down.
    10. 10. Solution: The third pig builds his home 'om brick. The wolf can’t blow that down.
    11. 11. The wolf becomes so 'ustrated... He climbs down the chimney and into the pot.
    12. 12. Goldilocks & The Three Bears
    13. 13. Setting: Home belonging to a family of bears Goldilocks & The Three Bears
    14. 14. Setting: Home belonging to a family of bears Characters: A very blonde girl, three bears Goldilocks & The Three Bears
    15. 15. Setting: Home belonging to a family of bears Characters: A very blonde girl, three bears Problem: The blonde girl breaks into the house and causes trouble Goldilocks & The Three Bears
    16. 16. Setting: Home belonging to a family of bears Characters: A very blonde girl, three bears Problem: The blonde girl breaks into the house and causes trouble Main Events: She eats their food, sits on their chairs, and sleeps on their beds Goldilocks & The Three Bears
    17. 17. Setting: Home belonging to a family of bears Characters: A very blonde girl, three bears Problem: The blonde girl breaks into the house and causes trouble Main Events: She eats their food, sits on their chairs, and sleeps on their beds Goldilocks & The Three Bears Problem Solved: She wakes 'om a nap, sees the bears, and gets out of their house.
    18. 18. Little Red Riding Hood
    19. 19. Setting: Forest Little Red Riding Hood
    20. 20. Setting: Forest Characters: A young girl, a grandmother, a wolf, a hunter Little Red Riding Hood
    21. 21. Setting: Forest Characters: A young girl, a grandmother, a wolf, a hunter Problem: A wolf pretends to be the grandmother of the young girl Little Red Riding Hood
    22. 22. Setting: Forest Characters: A young girl, a grandmother, a wolf, a hunter Problem: A wolf pretends to be the grandmother of the young girl Main Events: Wolf eats the girl. Hunter hears the commotion. Little Red Riding Hood
    23. 23. Setting: Forest Characters: A young girl, a grandmother, a wolf, a hunter Problem: A wolf pretends to be the grandmother of the young girl Main Events: Wolf eats the girl. Hunter hears the commotion. Problem Solved: The hunter slices the wolf open and the girl Little Red Riding Hood and grandmother jump out
    24. 24. Why is it called Sticky Notes? Because we use sticky notes to find: SETTING CHARACTERS PROBLEM MAIN EVENTS PROBLEM SOLVED
    25. 25. Why is it called Sticky Notes? Because we use sticky notes to find: SETTING CHARACTERS PROBLEM MAIN EVENTS PROBLEM SOLVED
    26. 26. SETTING
    27. 27. SETTING ST
    28. 28. SETTING ST CHARACTERS
    29. 29. SETTING ST CHARACTERS CH
    30. 30. SETTING ST CHARACTERS CH PROBLEM
    31. 31. SETTING ST CHARACTERS CH PROBLEM PR
    32. 32. SETTING ST CHARACTERS CH PROBLEM PR MAIN EVENTS
    33. 33. SETTING ST CHARACTERS CH PROBLEM PR MAIN EVENTS ME
    34. 34. SETTING ST CHARACTERS CH PROBLEM PR MAIN EVENTS ME PROBLEM SOLVED
    35. 35. SETTING ST CHARACTERS CH PROBLEM PR MAIN EVENTS ME PROBLEM SOLVED PS
    36. 36. Setting ST
    37. 37. Setting ST Describe in detail WHERE the story is taking place. Location - in a building, in an city, an environment
    38. 38. Setting ST Describe in detail WHERE the story is taking place. Location - in a building, in an city, an environment In a school, Julio’s ST classroom
    39. 39. Characters CH
    40. 40. Characters CH Describe CHARACTER in detail. physical appearance, personality, role (student, daughter, 'iend)
    41. 41. Characters CH Describe CHARACTER in detail. physical appearance, personality, role (student, daughter, 'iend) Julio (J) - cares for his CH friends, concerned about fairness
    42. 42. Problem PR
    43. 43. Problem PR Describe the conflict or PROBLEM for the MAIN CHARACTER
    44. 44. Problem PR Describe the conflict or PROBLEM for the MAIN CHARACTER The class needs to elect a PR class president.
    45. 45. Main Events ME
    46. 46. Main Events ME Anything that happens in a story that has to do with solving the PROBLEM.
    47. 47. Main Events ME Anything that happens in a story that has to do with solving the PROBLEM. Cricket (C) passes out ME chocolate asking for your votes
    48. 48. Problem Solved PS
    49. 49. Problem Solved PS Describe how the PROBLEM was resolved. How did the main characters solve the problem?
    50. 50. Problem Solved PS Describe how the PROBLEM was resolved. How did the main characters solve the problem? PS The class elects Julio.
    51. 51. Two more...
    52. 52. Two more... Because Arthur’s glasses FYI are broken, soccer is taken away
    53. 53. Two more... May not be a main Because Arthur’s glasses event, but may FYI are broken, soccer is taken away provide important info. about the story
    54. 54. Two more... May not be a main Because Arthur’s glasses event, but may FYI are broken, soccer is taken away provide important info. about the story J. feels extremely happy EM because...
    55. 55. Two more... May not be a main Because Arthur’s glasses event, but may FYI are broken, soccer is taken away provide important info. about the story Anytime a main character experiences J. feels extremely happy EM because... joy, sadness, 'ustration, please take note.

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