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HALLOWEEN CREATIVE NARRATIVES. I can write a narrative story that includes: setting, plot, sensory details, clear language, and logical sequence of events. Think: What are specific elements of a story? What must every story have?. Share with a partner. Let’s list them:. WRITING PROMPT.

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Halloween creative narratives

HALLOWEEN CREATIVE NARRATIVES

I can write a narrative story that includes: setting, plot, sensory details, clear language, and logical sequence of events


Think what are specific elements of a story what must every story have
Think: What are specific elements of a story? What must every story have?

  • Share with a partner.

  • Let’s list them:


Writing prompt
WRITING PROMPT

  • Write a make believe Halloween story. Make sure your story has a beginning, middle, and end with a well developed setting and plot.




In your writing journal brainstorm the different aspects of your setting
In your writing journal, brainstorm the different aspects of your setting.

  • Time

  • Place

  • Environment

  • Mood

  • Characters


Schedule
Schedule your setting.

  • MONDAY-PRE-WRITE

  • TUESDAY-ROUGH DRAFT

  • WEDNESDAY-ROUGH DRAFT

    • If not finished in class to be take home for homework

  • THURSDAY-SELF EDIT/BUDDY EDIT

  • FRIDAY-FINAL DRAFT


Pre write
PRE-WRITE your setting.

  • What are some different organizers we can use to organize our thoughts for our story?

  • Let’s learn about a new graphic organizer.

  • Fold a piece of scratch paper into sixths and draw out the main events of your story in each square. Make sure you have an introduction, climax, and resolution.

  • When you are done add action verbs to your squares. These action verbs should help tell the story.

  • Retell your story to two buddies.


Rough draft
Rough Draft your setting.

  • Review prompt.

  • Review rubric.

  • Get out your pre-write from yesterday and retell your story to one other person to review your thoughts and ideas.

  • Begin writing your story.

    • REMEMBER TO SKIP LINES.


Editing and revising
EDITING AND REVISING your setting.

  • Read self editing check list.

  • Read story out loud, make changes, fill out self editing check list.

  • Find two different people and read your story aloud.

  • Together fill out the buddy editing check list.

  • Begin your final draft.


Final draft
Final Draft your setting.

  • Review prompt.

  • Review rubric.

  • Get out your rough draft and from yesterday and re read your story one more time.

  • Begin writing your final draft.


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