Reflection: Advanced Students Determining the Introduction - Section 4: Independent Writing


I’m blessed to have a few students with exceptional writing abilities their year. I look forward to reading their work and hearing their creative ideas come to life! This friend is one who always finishes before the rest of the class. After he finished his plot map notes, I encouraged him to try crafting an introduction paragraph that incorporated his setting details with a character description. After hearing this introduction, I can’t wait to see what he does next!


  Advanced Students: Extension
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Determining the Introduction

Unit 13: Writing our Own Fictional Tales
Lesson 7 of 16

Objective: SWBAT determine where and when their fictional stories will take place.

Big Idea: After learning about introductions in stories, students begin to craft their own. They work together to develop details about the settings of their stories.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, fable, plot line, fairy tales, plot map, Folktales, tall tales, fictional writing, fictional character, setting
  50 minutes
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