(Litgram) While there's nothing "simple" about this graphic, it does offer good ideas on how to write a plot, or how to look for common plot structures. The graphic desperately needs true simplification though.
Plot Activity: FREE Vocabulary Cards for Graphic Organizer
Somewhere between the synopsis and the treatment lies the plot outline, also known as a one page. Typically one-to-three pages in length, the plot outline is the bare bones of your story before it’s fleshed out with action description and dialogue.
Here's a fun graphic organizer to use with older students. The parts of the Story Hat Map include characters, setting, conflict, resolution, and theme. Many of Dr. Seuss more advanced books would work well with this story map.
Interactive Literacy Notebook for Third Grade (RL and RI CCSS) Interactive Notebooks are a great way for students to have hands-on experience with reading standards. The components in this Interactive Literacy Notebook will be a tremendous resource for
What is Plot? Adventures of a Grade Teacher: anchor charts, I remember learning this in middle school and think that I could even start it in my grade classroom. Visuals will be extremely beneficial for my students.
The 2007 Japan’s music scene, laid out as the Tokyo Subway map at http://www.mukiryoku.com/tokyomusic.gif Complete with all the notable names across the years from the Japanese music scene, the map plots artists as the stations and the different lines as the different genre’s of music.