Reflection: Checks for Understanding Writing a Narrative to Develop Structured Event Sequences in "The Sniper." - Section 4: Wrap Up


The students example of the quick write activity is one that I felt good about because this student not only demonstrated insight and understanding but also was asking a relevant question about England's involvement in Ireland.  But here's the challenge with reluctant learners...I asked this student for extra credit to research more about this war and England's involvement. The student responded by saying, "I have no time for extra work."  Hopefully by the end of the year she will have changed her attitude about doing extra work.

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Writing a Narrative to Develop Structured Event Sequences in "The Sniper."

Unit 3: Short Fiction: Back to Basics
Lesson 9 of 12

Objective: SWBAT write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences by writing a response using a teacher-generated Letter to the Editor.

Big Idea: How are people affected by war? By writing letters to the editor, students will begin to learn the answer.

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