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Book Report – Story Map Graphic Organizer Printouts. As a short story graphic organizer pdf, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages. Click here to learn more. Story Maps are graphic organizers that can be useful in helping a student analyze or write a story.

This type of analysis is especially good for examining fables and folktales. Story map graphic organizers help the student identify the elements of the story and the theme or moral of the story. Some summarize the beginning, middle and end of a story. Some list the title, setting, characters, the problem, the solution and the moral or theme of the story.

Some list a complex chain of events that summarize all key elements of the story, in chronological order. Some, like a storyboard, are mostly pictorial, and illustrate the major events of a story in chronological order. This story map prompts the student to summarize the beginning, middle, and end of a story. This story map prompts the student to summarize the place, time, characters, problem, and solution of a story. This story map prompts the student to summarize the title, place, time, characters, problem, solution and moral of a story.

This story map chart prompts the student to summarize describe the settting, the characters, the problem, two major events, and the solution. This story map chart prompts the student to summarize describe the settting, the characters, the problem, three major events, and the solution. This story map diagram prompts the student to summarize describe the settting, the characters, the problem, two major events, and the solution. This story map diagram prompts the student to summarize describe the settting, the characters, the problem, three major events, and the solution. This graphic organizer prompts the student to write about the characters, setting, and events of a story. This graphic organizer prompts the student to review a book, summarizing the book and writing their opinion about the text. Plot – Beginning, Middle, End, Problem or Conflict, and Message or Moral of Story.

When you spin the wheel, the the parts of the book report appear, one at a time. The student then answers the questions, “Did you like this book? Would you recommend this book to a friend? Myths, Any Fiction, Any Non-Fiction. For each of the 8 books, the student writes: Title, Author, Number of Pages, Your Rating of the Book, Date Completed.