Reflection: Flexibility Let me tell you...... - Section 4: Putting it all Together?


I found that some of my students needed a little further structure when it came to writing their draft. I found that having them draw arrows from one box to another helped them create a visual map of how they were supposed to follow their notes. Although the page was numbered, it was still not enough.

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Let me tell you......

Unit 25: Beginning Paragraph Writing
Lesson 4 of 5

Objective: SWBAT write a draft of a narrative based on a goofy event from their past that relates to the events told in Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume.

Big Idea: Students can now tell their "been there, done that" story. Fudge and Peter have some crazy times and this lesson lets your students share theirs.This is a fun lesson to teach personal narrative writing.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Writing Process, narrative, Connecting writing to text
  20 minutes
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