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Reach for the Sky (or at least an Exemplary Personal Narrative)

Unit 1: Narrative Writing
Lesson 5 of 14

Objective: SWBAT: identify the characteristics of an effective Personal Narrative, and score using their rubric.

Big Idea: Sometimes students need a mentor text to guide them if they're stuck. By showing my students what a "Exemplary," "Proficient," and "Emerging" text looks like, they can better align their own writing.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Creative and Narrative Writing, narrative, personal narratives, exemplars, Self, peer assessing
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