Sequence of Events in a Story: Steps, Examples | Class 1 - Organizing Writing
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Sequence of Events for Class 1 English

A sequence of events is an order of events where actions happen one after the other. It allows students to organize ideas or events in proper order.

In this learning concept, students will learn about:

  • The clue words used in sequence writing
  • How to write a sequence of events.

Every concept is elaborated to class 1 English students with the help of examples, illustrations, and concept maps. Once you go through a concept, assess your learning by solving the two printable worksheets given at the end of the page.

Download the worksheet for sequencing events worksheets for grade 1 and check your answers with the worksheet solutions provided in PDF format.

Definition:

  • Sequencing in a text means the order of events in a story.
  • It is used to put the events in a story in the order in which they occurred, from first to last.
  • There are clue words that help to figure out the sequence or the order. They are ‘first’, ‘next’, ‘then’, and ‘last’. These are called transition words.
  • Sequencing of events helps readers to retell a story in a proper order that enables the listener to visualize what actually happened in the text.

Example:

Let’s look at how the sequencing of events helps Sana to describe how to bake a cake.

First, I will gather all the ingredients like flour, sugar, eggs, butter, milk, and cream.

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Next, I will make the batter in a bowl by adding all the ingredients one by one and whisking them well.

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Then, I put it in the oven to bake it for 45 minutes.

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Finally, the cake is ready.

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How to write a sequence of events?

  • Look at the pictures very carefully.
  • Observe what story the pictures are trying to portray.
  • Identify from the picture which incident comes at the beginning, middle, and end.
  • Form simple sentences that will match the picture.

Common Mistakes:

Look at the set of pictures very carefully and read the sentences very attentively to understand the sequence of the events. Don’t get confused between the transitive words.

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