Story Structure

31st August 2015 - By 

The Beginning—Middle—End structure has been used effectively for hundreds of years however there are many ways of structuring a story. This sheet includes some simple examples of how a story may be structured and can be easily adapted for students to consider their own structures with the aim of helping them consider how they want to tell their story.

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