Choose Your Own Adventure Story

Thank you to Stephen Stewart, Digital Learning Development Officer, for sharing the link to this resource. hdl

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When creating fictional texts, creating an ‘Adventure Story’ is a great genre to support the development of learners’ understanding of cause and effect. Adventure Stories allow learners to identify two different scenarios at different points during the story, developing outcomes for each for their reader to choose their own reading fate. The reader selects the avenue they wish to take at each cause/effect point, taking them on their own individual reading journey.


The stories can initially be developed with a number of ideas on sticky-notes and a graphic organizer. In the example shared by Eric Curts, you can see how Google Docs can be used to support the creation of Adventure Stories.

Click the link below for a full tutorial and examples:

CLICK HERE – Eric Curts – Adventure Stories


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