Reflection: Continuous Assessment Sequencing cards for First/Next/Last writing - Section 3: Wrap Up


The use of these sequencing cards has been in question at our school.  We were questioned about their use, was is educational and aligned to common core or are they just having fun.  My grade level team is always discussion the relevance of our ELA activities.  We have so many things in our cupboards that we don't use anymore.  We brainstormed and came up with this writing activity.  The puzzle pieces fit on the template I made for our sequencing writing.  We all agreed that this new writing activity does fit the common core standards for writing sequenced sentences about an event.  Our students have a good grasp on the writing process and this is an awesome assessment of their abilities.  I want my students to enjoy the writing process, so I am always on the look out for fun writing activities for them.  This activity can be used as a assessment for comprehending the lesson expectations, ability to write complete sentences, phonetically write independently, and is able to read what they wrote.  I still had students that struggled with the hand writing process.  I used a highlighter to write their sentences.  Some ELL students need more support than others when it comes to the fine motor skills.

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Sequencing cards for First/Next/Last writing

Unit 12: Just Write!
Lesson 4 of 7

Objective: SWBAT write the sequence of events as depicted in the sequencing cards and then orally read their sentences to the class.

Big Idea: We will write a story from the cards.

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