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  1. Narrative Writing

  2. Session 1 Identifying Narrative Elements

  3. Objective

  4. Narrative Elements • Setting • Characters • Plot • Solution

  5. Three Little Pigs

  6. Narrative Forms • Historical Fiction • Tales: Folk Tales, fables, tall tales • Poems • Realistic Fiction • Fantasy • Biographies • Historical fiction • Science fiction

  7. Assessment: Group Organizer

  8. Session 2 Personal Narratives

  9. Personal Narrative • A personal narrative is a form of writing that sheds light on a true story from your life. Dave Kemper, Sebranek, Meyer: Write Source, A Book For Writing, Thinking, And Learning, 2006 (Houghton Mifflin) Mass: 87

  10. Forms of Personal Narrative

  11. Objective • Big Picture : By the end of the unit • Write narratives to develop real experiences using technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences. • Today • Identify important elements in narrative writing. Kemper, 88

  12. Personal Narrative Click to open

  13. Story Analysis • Unforgettable Experience • Organization • Voice & Word Choice

  14. Write your own • 5 Minute Quick Write

  15. Share • Group Share (5 minutes) • Class Share (5 minutes)

  16. Session 3 Establishing a Situation

  17. Gathering Ideas • Think of stories you have read and think of things that have been similar to you • Listen to others stories and connect them to your own life • Make a timeline of your life and events that have made an impact

  18. Story Elements • Who was in the story? • What was the problem? • What happened? • How was it resolved?

  19. Click to open

  20. Setting • Where is the story taking place? • When is the story? • Current • Past • Future

  21. Characters • Who are the main characters? • Who are the supporting characters?

  22. Beginning

  23. Middle

  24. End

  25. Resolution

  26. Connect to the story • This reminds me of a time……

  27. Connect to a connection • That makes me think of when…..

  28. Your Turn • Take 2 quiet minutes to think of some stories that these stories remind you of. • Write a few words as prompts. You will be telling these stories to friends.

  29. Quick Tell and Switch • Items Needed: • Large piece of white paper folded into 4 sections • Crayon (2-3 sets of 12 different colors of crayons divided between the class) • Instructions • Using your crayon, tell your story with quick illustrations to a friend. • When the timer goes off (2 minutes) the friend tells their story. • When the next timer goes off (2 minutes) switch crayons and friends and tell another story using a different square on your paper. • Rules • You cannot switch crayons with another student that has the same color of crayon you have already used

  30. Write your own • 5 Minute Quick Write

  31. Share • Group Share (5 minutes) • Class Share (5 minutes)

  32. Session 4 Developing Characters in Your Own Writing

  33. Published Personal Narrative Click to open

  34. Major Characters • Trisha • Brother • Grandma

  35. Problem Older brother is better at everything

  36. Time Line • Blueberries • Rhubarb • Wishing Star • Carnival

  37. Resolution

  38. Write your own • 5 Minute Quick Write • We will identify: • Characters • Setting • Problem • Resolution

  39. Highlight Your Story Elements Character Setting Problem Solution

  40. Share • Group Share (5 minutes) • Class Share (5 minutes)

  41. Session 5 Prewriting

  42. Choosing an Experience • Story Bank • White Socks Only • Sebastian’s Roller Skates • Quick Illustrations • My Rotten Red Headed Older Brother • 5 Minute Quick Writes • Any other you have thought of

  43. Word Choice

  44. Word Choice

  45. Word Choice