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These worksheets will mess with your head a bit. We provide you a story and then some bits of the story that you need to put back in the order they were presented to you with. Please note that the answer keys for everything can be found below. Cameron the Relay Machine - Understanding Story Sequence Cameron has a great time in the pool, but his story is all out of whack. See if you can help him piece it together. Matters and His Morning Exercises This worksheets practices keep track of a reading sequence. Matters gets some bad news from the doctor, it's time for a lifestyle change.
Order of Events and Sequence Worksheets Our first of the three wishes is for you to put the the story in proper chronological order. Battle of the Kid Bands.
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Sequencing is one of many skills that contributes to students' ability to comprehend what they read. Sequencing refers to the identification of the components of a story, such as the beginning, middle, and end, and also to the ability to retell the events within a given text in the order in which they occurred. The ability to sequence events in a text is a key comprehension strategy, especially for narrative texts. Finding meaning in a text depends on the ability to understand and place the details, the sequence of events, within some larger context—the beginning, middle, and end of a story. The ordering of events in a story, along with connecting words such as once upon a time, then, later, afterwards, and in the end , are good examples of textual features, an understanding of which gives the reader a way of integrating the story's individual parts into its larger framework—and thereby understanding the author's purpose.