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USING PICTURE BOOKS TO TEACH WRITING By Rachel Seigel Part Two
CONVENTION The Mechanics of the Piece (Grammar, Spelling, Punctuation)
The Plot Chickens by Mary Jane Auch
Ilustrates a components of a story (Convention) Interesting Format (Presentation) Rules for Writing a Story- (Procedural)
Chesters Masterpiece- Melanie Watt
Distinct Voice Components of writing a story Fun presentation
+1= PRESENTATION How It looks on paper- Overall attractiveness and appearance.
The Lion and the Mouse by Jerry Pinkney
Book is a Visual Treat (Presentation) Clear Narrative (Text Forms) Clear Organisation
Looking Like Me- Walter Dean Myers
Visually Appealing (Presentation) Clear Message (Ideas) Descriptive Language (Word Choice)
NARRATIVE A story that is often imaginary, but may be based on fact, relays events sequentially, using descriptive language, and usually told in past tense.
RECOUNT A first person account of something that has already happened, told in the past tense in time order.
Nasreens Secret School by Jeanette Winterson
Recounts something that is happened in the past Distinct Voice in writing (Voice-6+1) Clear sequence of events- Organization (6+1)
PERSUASIVE WRITING/EXPOSITION Persuading the reader to take some action/accept a point of view
The Book that Eats People by John Perry
Narrator wants the reader to accept his point of view Procedural Writing- Rules for surviving the book)
Have I Got a Book For You by Melanie Watt
Narrator is trying to convince the reader to take action Distinctive Voice (6+1)
PROCEDURAL How to Do Something
How to Get Married...By Me the Bride by Sally Lloyd-Jones & Sue Heap
A clear explanatio n of how to do something Unique point of view (Voice 6+1 Traits)
How to Raise Mom & Dad by Josh Lerman
Explains how to do something Clear Point of View (Voice 6+1 Traits)
Never Ask a Bear by Louise Bonnetti-Rampersaud
Takes the form of a guide book Fun rhyming text to read aloud(Sentence Fluency)
EXPLANATION What something is/Why it is
The Zoo I Drew by Todd H. Doodler
Explains something about each animal Illustrations work perfectly with book + Unique Fluted Cover (6+1 Presentation)
REPORT Conveys information about a particular event or situation (ie. Newspapers, journals, letters, magazines)
Dear Vampa-by Ross Collins
Uses letters to report on particular events Clever Illustrations compliment the text (Presentation 6+1)) Convention- Twist Ending
USING PICTURE BOOKS TO TEACH WRITING By Rachel Seigel.
Elements of Non-Fiction By Mr. Cotton. NONFICTION Nonfiction is writing about real people, places, and events. Mainly written to convey factual information.
How to be a good writer! Using the Six Traits of Writing.
Rubric for a Persuasive Letter Completeness Heading Heading –Address and Date (1) Greeting (ex. Dear_____,) Greeting (ex. Dear_____,) –Punctuated with.
PLEASE COPY THE DEFINITIONS OF EACH OF THE TERMS ON YOUR GUIDED NOTE SHEET. YOU WILL HAVE A QUIZ ON THIS INFORMATION. THINK OF SOME EXAMPLES AS YOU ARE.
Write with me What do I need to teach? How do I teach it? What can I use?
Why Do We Write? P.I.E.D. Persuade Some people write to persuade. To persuade means to convince someone either to do something, believe something, or.
Introductory Notes. Nonfiction: focuses on real, rather than imaginary, subjects, (people, things, events, and places) facts rather than opinions
Arrwa Mogalli District Instructional Coach Howe Montessori February 3rd, 2016 Dearborn Public School’s Writing Workshop.
Six Traits Writing Fourth Grade. WRITING IS FUN!! We all like to talk about our experiences! Sometimes we forget how things happened, so we need to write.
Genre Prompt Cards. Curtain Opener . Clear sentences.
The Writing Process Ms. Hames’s 6 th Grade Language Arts Class.
Greetings! September 12 Write your information in your planner, then get out your composition book and turn to the next new page. Head it Sept. 12 – 6+
Hey You! Wanna make a 4? A quick and easy guide to the “Six Traits of Writing”
Essay Writing Elements of the Essay. Purpose Tone Plan Personality of the writer Communications for a specific purpose Humor or satire Narration.
HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR FORMAL ESSAY. WHY SHOULD YOU PLAN AN ESSAY? It helps you to remember details. You can organise your thoughts and work out what is.
Nonfiction Notes. What is nonfiction? Nonfiction is a form of literature based primarily on facts. It is prose writing that presents and explains ideas.
Narrative Writing Writing a Personal Chronological Narrative.
WRITING TASKS Outcomes: To identify purpose, audience and format and draft responses to exam style questions.
THE MODES OF WRITING: HOW TO WRITE FOR DIFFERENT PURPOSES Created for Edmond Public Schools©
1. Ideas 2. Organization 3. Voice 4. Word Choice 5. Sentence Fluency 6. Conventions +1 – Presentation.
Review Notes. What is a Personal Narrative? Personal Narratives are written about something important to the writer that will be conveyed to the reader.
On-Demand Writing in 5 th grade What is it? On-Demand Writing is… Writing to a prompt in a limited amount of time –you will be given a choice of two.
Non-Fiction The Real Thing!. Fiction is “fake” Several genres of fiction: Short stories Poetry Folk literature Dramatic literature Novels/novellas.
CREATIVE WRITING ELECTIVE MS. BLACK The Writing Process.
Introduction to the AP Style Essay: English 10Honors What will be covered in this Presentation: 1.How to dissect the AP essay question being asked of.
Nonfiction is the broadest category of literature. Autobiographies, biographies, memoirs, letters, essays, speeches, and news articles are just a few of.
Exam Study Guide Hannah Frosch. The Writing Process 1.Pre-Writing- brainstorm ideas– jot list, clustering/mapping, free writing, and draw a picture 2.Drafting-
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