Literature: Choose Your Own Adventure Stories
These sites provides some examples of “Choose Your Own Adventure” stories, definitions of story structure and tips on vivid grammar. Includes lesson plans, interactive stories with alternative endings. There is a also a link to eThemes Resource on Writing: Fiction.
The Best Places to Read & Write “Choose Your Own Adventure” Stories
This online article explores the benefits of using “Choose Your Own Adventure” stories in the classroom; includes suggestions for top “Choose Your Own Adventure” stories, information on writing your own stories, and recommendations for video versions.
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Choose Your Own Adventure Official Site
This is an official website of Choose Your Own Adventure Series. Click on a map to find a brief overview of the book. Includes secrete online endings. You can also create your own endings and submit online.
Domian's Choose Your Own Adventure Listing
Scroll down and click on each title to read description of the book.
ReadWriteThink: Choose Your Own Adventure: A Hypertext Writing Experience
This lesson plan aims to help students understood structure of Choose Your Own Adventure and elements of fiction. Students will write their own adventure stories. Note: This site has external websites.
How to Write a Story
An instruction manual for kids by Bruce Hale that includes story structure, main character, setting, problem, and resolution.
eThemes Resource: Writing: Fiction
These sites have tips to help students write fiction or narrative stories that entertain. Students will learn about the writing process and the elements of fiction. Sites for publishing student work online are included. An eThemes Resource on graphic organizers is referenced.