Students who struggle with organization, perspective taking, or memory issues are often poor storytellers. They neglect to provide necessary details and leave their listeners disoriented. This straightforward worksheet provides educators and speech language pathologists with a simple way to teach students to provide orienting details when starting a simple, conversational story. Students receive visual and kinesthetic prompts to practice this skill. You will find that your students very quickly internalize the simple structure that Narratives: Set the Scene provides, establish a mental map, and generalize the skill of “setting the scene” for their stories into their everyday conversations!