Narratives in Contemporary Issues. A Look at Stories That are Important to Us. Key Skills:. In Reading Informational Text, students will be able to: analyze and evaluate whether the structure of an exposition makes points clear, convincing, and engaging. Key Skills:.
In Reading Informational Text, students will be able to:
analyze and evaluate whether the structure of an exposition makes points clear, convincing, and engaging.
In Writing, students will be able to:
Engage and orient audience in narratives and establish the significance of the problem, situation, or observation
1. Students will pick a topic and research it.
2. Students will create images (7-10) to tell their story (no words on the slides)
3. After telling the story through images, students will end with a piece of flash nonfiction
(a brief piece of prose condensed to one slide that tells a story that is connected or related to the chosen topic)
4. End the presentation with a works cited page.
5. Share presentation with Mrs. Pruitt and Mr. Boesch.
One Person: 100 points
Two People: 50 points
Three People: 33 points
We will begin presenting our narratives to the class starting next Wednesday.
Specific Person, Place, Thing, or Idea
7-10 slides (no text)
Pay attention to
1. the ordering of the images
2. the quality of the images
3. the transitions of the images
4. the details to discuss about the images
Prior to presenting, practice your presentation with Mr. Boesch or a family member or friend.
After your presentation, see Mr. Boesch if you wish to present again (after school).