W.4.3e

Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.

 
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Greek Mythology - Writing My Own Myth

4th Grade ELA » Unit: Greek Mythology Madness!
4th Grade ELA » Unit: Greek Mythology Madness!
Rebecca  Strebel
Ogden, UT
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

In this lesson, the students will get to compose their own myth using at least two characters we have learned about from Greek Mythology.

 
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poseidon
   

A Time to Write: Practicing Writing with a Narrative Prompt

4th Grade ELA » Unit: Genre of Assessment
4th Grade ELA » Unit: Genre of Assessment
Marquita Prinzing
Seattle, WA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Students practice responding to a writing prompt to prepare for the state assessment.

 
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narrative second day pic
   

Puzzle Piece Paragraph

4th Grade ELA » Unit: Beginning Paragraph Writing
4th Grade ELA » Unit: Beginning Paragraph Writing
Ellen Herman
Flagstaff, AZ
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

By cutting apart their previously written topic, closing, and detailed setnteces. Students will be able to see, read, and hear why order of these is so important to good writing. Physically moving their writing into the correct order is a fun to show this.

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puzzlepieces
   

Novice Narrative Novels

4th Grade ELA » Unit: Aspiring Authors!
4th Grade ELA » Unit: Aspiring Authors!
Rebecca  Strebel
Ogden, UT
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

In this lesson, students will compose a fictional narrative piece which includes dialogue between characters.

 
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books logo
   

What Did the Author do? Using Mentor Text to Revise Endings

4th Grade ELA » Unit: Developing Writing
4th Grade ELA » Unit: Developing Writing
Marquita Prinzing
Seattle, WA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Students use mentor text to revise their own writing.

 
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the endings
   

Native American Tribes - Disaster Perspective Writing

4th Grade ELA » Unit: Native American Tribes of Utah
4th Grade ELA » Unit: Native American Tribes of Utah
Rebecca  Strebel
Ogden, UT
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

Students will be experiencing a mock disaster in their tribe and will write about the disaster from the perspective of a tribe member in history who may have truly experienced that disaster.

 
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native americans on horses logo
   

Story Mountain: Using Timelines to Develop Story Plot

4th Grade ELA » Unit: Writing Fictional Stories
4th Grade ELA » Unit: Writing Fictional Stories
Marquita Prinzing
Seattle, WA
Environment: Urban
 
Big Idea:

Students adapt a timeline story planning strategy to develop plot of a fictional story.

 
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story mountain class example
   

Close Read: Casey at the Bat - Point of View Writing

4th Grade ELA » Unit: Close Read - Casey at the Bat
4th Grade ELA » Unit: Close Read - Casey at the Bat
Rebecca  Strebel
Ogden, UT
Environment: Suburban
 
Big Idea:

We will be looking at "Casey at the Bat" from the point of view of one of the characters in the story. The kids will become that character and write in first person their experience of the Mudville baseball game.

 
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caset at the bat point of view writing 3
Common Core ELA
 
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