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1 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. READY TO TEACH SM EDI ® Lessons ©2013All rights reserved. We will write a narrative. What are we going to do? CFU Students, you already know how to tell stories in the order that they happen. Telling stories in the order they happen is called narrating. When you write down what you are narrating, it is called a narrative. Now, we will write a narrative. Make Connection Name Learning Objective Activate Prior Knowledge Akisha wants to tell her mother what she did at school today. Which order of events is the best way to tell her story? Write A, B, or C on your whiteboards and tell your partner why. A took the bus home, had lunch, and learned math facts. B had lunch, took the bus home, and learned math facts. C did reading and math, had lunch, and learned math facts.

2 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting 1, an order of events, and an ending. To prewrite a narrative, organize 2 story details by answering questions about what happened. Which is an example of characters? Of setting? A the park after school B Samantha and her dog Which is an example of an event? A My dad in the park B We played tag. What is the difference between an event and an ending? The difference between an event and an ending is _________. In your own words, what is a narrative? A narrative _______. CFU 1 Prewrite a Narrative Go to Skill Dev 1 Concept Development 1 1 a time and place 2 arrange things in order Vocabulary Story DetailsQuestions to Answer TitleWhat is the story about? CharactersWho is the story about? SettingWhere and when does the story take place? Event 1What is the 1 st thing that happened? Event 2What is the 2 nd thing that happened? EndingWhy is this story important? STORY DETAILS Learning to ride a bike My dad and I New bike Last summer, my house Dad held me up as I started I can ride to the park Title: Learning to ride a bike Characters: my dad and I Setting: last summer, my house Event 1: I got a new bike. Event 2: Dad held me up as I started. Ending: Now, I can ride to the park.

3 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting, an order of events, and an ending. To write a narrative, put your story details into complete sentences. Write a title (not a complete sentence). Use the characters and setting to write an introduction 3 for the story. Use the events to write what happens in the story. Use the ending to write a conclusion for the story. How does your prewrite help you write the story? My prewrite helps me write the story by ________________. How do you write your story details in a narrative? Explain. I write my story details in ____________. Which is an example of the topic of a narrative? How do you know? A After school, my mom helped me bake a cake. B Baking a cake CFU 2 Write a Narrative (Use Complete Sentences) Concept Development 2 3 beginning Vocabulary Title: Learning to ride a bike Characters: my dad and I Setting: last summer, my house Event 1: I got a new bike. Event 2: Dad held me up as I started. Ending: Now, I can ride to the park. Title Introduction (Characters, Setting) What happens (Events) Conclusion (Ending) Go to Skill Dev 2 Word List sidewalk pedalsseatshiny blue rolling falling wheels

4 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting, an order of events, and an ending. To prewrite a narrative, organize story details by answering questions about what happened. To write a narrative, put your story details into complete sentences. Write a narrative. 1 Read the list of story details. Organize the story details. (write in the graphic organizer) Hint: Refer to the questions in the chart. 2 Skill Development/Guided Practice 1 How did I/you organize the story details? CFU 2 STORY DETAILS My friend Jose and I I kicked the ball into the goal. Jose kicked the ball to me. I ran near the goal. Playing soccer At the park on Saturday Title: _________________________________________ Characters: ____________________________________ ________________________________________________ Setting: ________________________________________ Event 1: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Event 2: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Ending: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Back to Concept Dev Story DetailsQuestions to Answer TitleWhat is the story about? CharactersWho is the story about? SettingWhere and when does the story take place? Event 1What is the 1 st thing that happened? Event 2What is the 2 nd thing that happened? EndingWhy is this story important?

5 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting, an order of events, and an ending. To prewrite a narrative, organize story details by answering questions about what happened. To write a narrative, put your story details into complete sentences. Write a narrative. 1 Scan the prewriting organizer. (see previous page) Write a narrative. (use complete sentences) Hint: Use word list. 2 Skill Development/Guided Practice 2 How did I/you write a narrative in complete sentences? CFU 2 Title Introduction (Characters, Setting) What happens (Events) Conclusion (Ending) Word List halftime goal right side middle field foot school team goalie

6 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting, an order of events, and an ending. To prewrite a narrative, organize story details by answering questions about what happened. To write a narrative, put your story details into complete sentences. Writing a narrative will help you write s and letters to family and friends. Writing a narrative will help you do well on tests. 1 Does anyone else have another reason why it is relevant to write a narrative? (Pair-Share) Why is it relevant to write a narrative? You may give one of my reasons or one of your own. Which reason is more relevant to you? Why? CFU Relevance 2 Sample Test Question 14. Read this short passage. My dog Brownie can do tricks. Sometimes she can lie down. Next, she can roll over. Then she can sit up. What sentence could BEST be added as a conclusion? A Her fur color is brown. B She likes to bark a lot. C She always chases cats. D Finally, I give her something to eat.

7 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting, an order of events, and an ending. To prewrite a narrative, organize story details by answering questions about what happened. To write a narrative, put your story details into complete sentences. Sal said that I felt full of food and happy in the story above is event number two. Explain why he is incorrect. ________________________________________________________ Summary Closure 1 Skill Closure 1 Constructed Response Closure 1 What did you learn today about writing a narrative? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank. Day 1 ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Day 2 ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Write a narrative. 1 Read the list of story details. Organize the story details. (write in the graphic organizer) Hint: Refer to the questions in the chart. 2 STORY DETAILS 10 friends from school On Saturday at pizza place Had 3 kinds of pizza My birthday party Got lots of presents I felt full of food and happy Title: _________________________________________ Characters: ____________________________________ Setting: ________________________________________ Event 1: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Event 2: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Ending: ________________________________________ Story DetailsQuestions to Answer TitleWhat is the story about? CharactersWho is the story about? SettingWhere and when does the story take place? Event 1What is the 1 st thing that happened? Event 2What is the 2 nd thing that happened? EndingWhy is this story important? Word Bank organize narrative story title characters setting events ending

8 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting, an order of events, and an ending. To prewrite a narrative, organize story details by answering questions about what happened. To write a narrative, put your story details into complete sentences. Maria said We drank all the lemonade should be part of the Introduction. Explain why she is incorrect. ________________________________________________________ Summary Closure 2 Skill Closure 2 Constructed Response Closure 2 Write a narrative. 1 Scan the prewriting organizer. Write a narrative. (use complete sentences) Hint: Use word list. 2 Title Introduction (Characters, Setting) What happens (Events) Conclusion (Ending) Word List kitchen tree juice water stir mix glass pitcher Title: Making Lemonade _ Characters: My friend Sue and I. Setting: In the kitchen yesterday. Event 1: We squeezed the lemons Event 2: We added sugar and water Ending: We drank it all.. What did you learn today about writing a narrative? (Pair-Share) Use words from the word bank. Day 1 ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Day 2 ____________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________ Word Bank write narrative title complete sentences characters setting events ending

9 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting, an order of events, and an ending. To prewrite a narrative, organize story details by answering questions about what happened. To write a narrative, put your story details into complete sentences. Write a narrative. 1 Read the list of story details. Organize the story details. (write in the graphic organizer) Hint: Refer to the questions in the chart. 2 STORY DETAILS Slept in a tent Our camping vacation Last summer in the mountains Went fishing One of the best times ever My brother, parents, and I Title: _________________________________________ Characters: ____________________________________ ________________________________________________ Setting: ________________________________________ Event 1: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Event 2: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Ending: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Name Independent Practice Story DetailsQuestions to Answer TitleWhat is the story about? CharactersWho is the story about? SettingWhere and when does the story take place? Event 1What is the 1 st thing that happened? Event 2What is the 2 nd thing that happened? EndingWhy is this story important?

10 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. A narrative tells a story. A narrative has a title, characters, setting, an order of events, and an ending. To prewrite a narrative, organize story details by answering questions about what happened. To write a narrative, put your story details into complete sentences. Write a narrative. 1 Scan the prewriting organizer. (see previous page) Write a narrative. (use complete sentences) Hint: Use word list. 2 Title Introduction (Characters, Setting) What happens (Events) Conclusion (Ending) Independent Practice (continued) Word List darkness flashlight fishing pole hook noises worms boat

11 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Name Periodic Review 1 Title: _____________________________________________________________________ Characters: ________________________________________________________________ Setting: ____________________________________________________________________ Event 1: ___________________________________________________________________ Event 2: ___________________________________________________________________ Ending: ___________________________________________________________________ Title Introduction (Topic, Characters, Setting) What happens (Events) Conclusion (Ending) STORY DETAILS Write a narrative about a boy getting a new pet. Story DetailsQuestions to Answer TitleWhat is the story about? CharactersWho is the story about? SettingWhere and when does the story take place? Event 1What is the 1 st thing that happened? Event 2What is the 2 nd thing that happened? EndingWhy is this story important?

12 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. ________________________________________________________________ Name Access Common Core 1 1.Dinah’s teacher asked her to write about her trip to the beach. Dinah wrote what happened in this order: Explain what would have been a better way for her to write the narrative. 2. Serena wrote this narrative: Antawn said she should have written it in a different order. What was her mistake? ________________________________________________________________

13 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Name Periodic Review 2 Title: _____________________________________________________________________ Characters: ________________________________________________________________ Setting: ____________________________________________________________________ Event 1: ___________________________________________________________________ Event 2: ___________________________________________________________________ Ending: ___________________________________________________________________ Title (Topic) Introduction (Characters, Setting) What happens (Events) Conclusion (Ending) STORY DETAILS Write a narrative about a dog helping someone. Story DetailsQuestions to Answer TitleWhat is the story about? CharactersWho is the story about? SettingWhere and when does the story take place? Event 1What is the 1 st thing that happened? Event 2What is the 2 nd thing that happened? EndingWhy is this story important?

14 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Name Access Common Core 2 1. Which of the following sentences could be used as part of the Introduction to a narrative about getting a dog as a pet? Explain why. A We took him for a walk on a leash. B We gave him some treats for doing tricks. C On Saturday, my dad and I got a new dog at the pet store. Sentence ____ could be used in the Introduction because ______________. 2. Samuel wanted to write a letter to his dad who was away from home serving in the army. He wanted to write a narrative about his birthday party. Using this word list, list his story details and answer questions about them. Word List party cake candles ice cream best friends house pinata candy fun STORY DETAILS Title: _________________________________________ Characters: ____________________________________ ________________________________________________ Setting: ________________________________________ Event 1: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Event 2: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Ending: ________________________________________ _________________________________________________

15 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Name Periodic Review 3 Title: _____________________________________________________________________ Characters: ________________________________________________________________ Setting: ____________________________________________________________________ Event 1: ___________________________________________________________________ Event 2: ___________________________________________________________________ Ending: ___________________________________________________________________ Title (Topic) Introduction (Characters, Setting) What happens (Events) Conclusion (Ending) STORY DETAILS Write a narrative about aliens visiting Earth. Story DetailsQuestions to Answer TitleWhat is the story about? CharactersWho is the story about? SettingWhere and when does the story take place? Event 1What is the 1 st thing that happened? Event 2What is the 2 nd thing that happened? EndingWhy is this story important?

16 CCSS 3 rd Grade Writing 3.0 Write a narrative. Lesson to be used by EDI-trained teachers only. ©2013 All rights reserved. Name Access Common Core 3 1.Rachel was asked to write a narrative about the games students play during recess. What questions can she use to help organize her story? Explain. How would she need to organize her story details? _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ 2.Rene was asked to write a narrative about his last birthday. What questions can he use to help organize his story? Explain. How would he need to organize his story details? ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________


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