Writing-Students write daily to communicate effectively for a variety of purposes and audiences.

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A presentation on writing great beginnings in a narrative story
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A presentation on writing narrative main event paragraphs
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A PowerPoint presentation on composing ending paragraphs
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This is a student friendly narrative rubric for content and conventions
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This is what I call "guided planning" it is a graphic organizer with very guided steps to a narrative format.
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This is a list of detail generating questions for students to use.
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Learn about the senses in a main idea supporting details bubble map. Then use the senses to create descriptions of objects: peanuts, circus peanuts for peanut algeries, marbles, Pespi vs. Coke or Sprite vs. 7 Up blind taste tests, squishy ball, pealed grapes, feathers, rocks, pennies, 2 shapes, faces for emotions… They could take a picture of shemlesves with the netbook camera and the write teh description and match the face, or look at the how are you are feeling magnets.
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