Components of a Story

by admin on 16/08/2012

Pupils need to be made aware that there are different elements that make up the structure of a story. Most or all of these elements need to be present in the story to give it structure. These are: Setting, Period, Theme, Plot, Point of View, Characters. This presentation explains to pupils what these components are and encourages them to use them.

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Mary Foskin August 27, 2012 at 8:01 pm

This is a great intro to a story. If the children are familiar with the components, they can discuss books they’ve already read. It makes them think when faced with a story to write!

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