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1 Introduction to On-Demand Writing By PresenterMedia.comPresenterMedia.com

2 List at least 3 things you know about On- Demand Writing List one thing you know about the following: Letter Speech Article Editorial Bell Ringer

3 What are the essential components of on-demand writing prompts? What are some differences between on-demand and open response? Essential Questions

4 ON-DEMAND WRITING Your opportunity to show what you know about a specific topic Write answer in short answer form Scored based on the question- every ORQ has its own rubric OPEN RESPONSE On-Demand Writing On-Demand vs. Open Response Your opportunity to show how well you write. Write answer in various forms: letter, speech, article, or editorial Will be scored on content (what you write), Structure (organization and sentence structures), and Conventions (grammar and word choice)

5 On-Demand Writing is… Writing to a prompt in an allotted amount of time You will be given the Purpose audience form You will show how well you can Persuade Inform Narrate On-Demand Writing Show how well you can write!

6 Focus on the writing prompt!

7 WWF - STEP 1 WWF is an acronym that helps you identify what you are being asked to do. WWF can be found in the task of the writing prompt. Who is your audience Format (genre) of your writing Who What Format What is the purpose for writing

8 To Whom you are writing. The audience will be given to you in the writing task. Examples: parents friend principal teacher site-based council author student(s) neighbor(s) board of education, and others AUDIENCE

9 Examples Write a feature article to your school newspaper informing readers about your last field trip. Write a letter to your teacher persuading a field trip. Write a speech to inform the Board of Education about the benefits of a field trip. Write an editorial for your school newspaper persuading readers why field trips are important.

10 What are you writing to do? The purpose will be given to you in the writing task. You will write with one of the following 3 purposes: Persuade Inform Analyze(Respond) –Narrate an event to persuade or inform PURPOSE

11 Examples Write a feature article to your school newspaper informing readers about your last field trip. Write a letter to your teacher persuading a field trip. Write a speech to inform the Board of Education about the benefits of a field trip. Write an editorial for your school newspaper persuading readers why field trips are important.

12 What format is your writing? The format will be given to you in the writing task. You will write with one of the following 4 formats: Letter Speech Article Editorial FORMAT (GENRE)

13 Examples Write a feature article to your school newspaper informing readers about your last field trip. Write a letter to your teacher persuading a field trip. Write a speech to inform the Board of Education about the benefits of a field trip. Write an editorial for your school newspaper persuading readers why field trips are important.

14 SITUATION: A new 7th grade student has moved into your school district. He has been very active in extracurricular activities in the past such as sports, marching band and chess club. He is anxious to find out what school activities there are so that he can be involved in at your school. WRITING TASK: Write a letter to the new student to inform him about extracurricular activities he can be involved in as a seventh grader. Be sure to include relevant details to help him choose. Practice WWF Format Purpose Audience

15 SITUATION: A new 7th grade student has moved into your school district. He has been very active in extracurricular activities in the past such as sports, marching band and chess club. He is anxious to find out what school activities there are so that he can be involved in at your school. WRITING TASK: Write a letter to the new student to inform him about extracurricular activities he can be involved in as a seventh grader. Be sure to include relevant details to help him choose. Identify Key Words – Step 2 Why identify key words…Key words can help you organize your writing and make sure you answer all parts of the prompt. Key words are also “free words” to use in your writing.

16 Point you want to make Main Idea #1 Supporting Detail #1 Supporting Detail #2 Supporting Detail #3 Main Idea #2 Supporting Detail #1 Supporting Detail #2 Supporting Detail #3 Main Idea #3 Supporting Detail #1 Supporting Detail #2 Supporting Detail #3 Outline Be sure to support your ideas with details

17 Pre-write/List Ideas – Step 3 Tryouts… Time… Coaches… basketball Director… Time… Instruments… Band 1. …. 2. …. 3. … ? List 3 extracurricular activities List 3 supporting details about each activity Rule of 3…List 3 points that each have 3 supporting details!

18 Step 4- Write a first draft Use your prewriting to help you stay organized Engage your audience with a lead Stay focused on your topic Step 5- Revise and Edit draft making sure your writing is clear and complete and make appropriate corrections with spelling, grammar etc. Make revisions as you write Make sure you are staying focused on your topic Re-read what you have written Step 6- Write Again-This will be your final draft. Re-read what you have written Write, Revise/Edit, Write Again – Steps 4,5 &6

19 Dissect Rubric

20 Explain: Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 I still have questions about: _____?_____ EXIT SLIP


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