Story Pathways . . . Go on a journey!

A Story Pathway is a mode of graphic organiser which can be used to retell familiar stories. Learners draw and/or write the key events from texts in chronological order. Depending on the developmental stage of the learners, you may wish to put signposts along the pathway.

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The images below show how the Primary 1 children at Milton of Leys have used Story Pathways to retell Little Red Riding Hood. In this example they were supported through shared writing of the beginning and end of the story. The children then collectively retold the middle of the story.

The children can then walk the Story Pathways to retell the story.

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