What books do you use to teach beginning, middle, and end?

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  1. cml88

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    My students are struggling with identifying the beginning middle & end of a story. Please recommend some books I could read to them with identifiable/obvious beginning, middle, and ends.
     
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    Mop top by Don Freeman
     
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    This is more of a circular format than linear. There is no true end...
     
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    The Gingerbread man or other variations.

    Really any book that you can use Somebody Wanted But So with.
     
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    Simple folk and fairy tales also work such as:

    Cinderella
    The Ugly Duckling
    The Tortoise and the Hare
    Goldilocks and the Three Bears
    The Little Red Hen
    The Three Little Pigs
    Stone Soup
     
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    The George and Martha books are good for beginning, middle and end.
     

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