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1Seedfolks Narrative Assessment Your assessment for this novel study is to create a narrative “chapter” in the style of Seedfolks based on your life.You will want to begin thinking about what sort of information or events you want to talk about in your chapter. If you’re stuck, look back at your journal entries. Maybe one of those prompts could help you decide what will be in your chapter.Today, we’ll focus on the easy part though: the cover.
2Seedfolks Chapter Cover Page The front of your cover page should include:Your first and last name as the titleA picture (it can be a self-portrait or just something that represents you)Any additional decorationsThe back of your cover page should include:The compliments you received from your classmates (you can choose whether you want to glue them all down or just your top favorites)
3Seedfolks Narrative Assessment What did each of the chapters in the novel have in common?What were some details or elements that were included in character’s story?
4Seedfolks Narrative Assessment Rough Draft Narrative “chapters” should be 1 ½ to 3 pages longYour narrative can be about any event that has happened in your life.Your ending should convey a sense of belonging and acceptance (think about events that made you stronger, braver, better, smarter, or feel accepted).If you’re stuck, look through your journal entries or re-read a chapter in the novel.Indent all paragraphs.Punctuate dialogue correction.Example:Ms. Wong said, “If your dialogue is punctuated wrong, I will be very sad!”“Okay, we will write perfect dialogue,” replied the students.Double space lines so there is room for editing and revising.
5Seedfolks Narrative Assessment Grading Scale 4Write an interesting narrative “chapter” to develop real experiences or events using exemplary technique, sophisticated descriptive details, and creative event sequences enhanced through the reading of Seedfolks. Provide a conclusion in which the character is able to develop a sense of belonging.3Write a narrative “chapter” to develop real experiences or events using effective technique, relevant descriptive details, and well-structured event sequences. Provide a conclusion in which the character is able to develop a sense of belonging.2Write a narrative “chapter” to develop real experiences or events using some technique, descriptive details, and event sequences.1Write a narrative to develop real experiences or events using chronological event sequences.
6Seedfolks Narrative Assessment Final Draft Put your full heading on the leftFirst and last nameDateClass periodFinal drafts may be typed or hand-written