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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
Elements of Non-Fiction By Mr. Cotton. NONFICTION Nonfiction is writing about real people, places, and events. Mainly written to convey factual information.
Genre Prompt Cards. Curtain Opener . Clear sentences.
Common Core Standards (What this means in computer class)
Source: Open Court Classics; SRA/McGraw-Hill Example: Fairy Tales Some of the elements of the genre of fairy tales: Begins with the phrase like “Once upon.
Authors Purpose Ms. Christoph ESE~Intensive Reading.
ITS STORY TIME ITS STORY TIME HISTORICAL FICTIONSHORT STORIES HISTORICAL FICTIONSHORT STORIES Elements of Fiction.
Overview of Narrative Writing 5th grade Narrative Writing.
MONDAY LA.5.ELA5C1: POWER STANDARD - The student demonstrates understanding and control of the rules of the English language, realizing that usage involves.
WRITING ASSESSMENT NOTES. PERSUASIVE TRY TO CONVINCE SOMEONE TO AGREE WITH YOUR IDEAS OR OPINIONS KEY WORDS: PERSUADE OR CONVINCE BE SURE TO: Clearly.
Persuasive Writing2 Defining Persuasive Writing Persuasive Writing: Writing that has as its purpose convincing others to accept the writers position as.
(GHSWT) GEORGIA HIGH SCHOOL WRITING TEST. GEORGIA HIGH SCHOOL WRITING TEST (GHSWT) The GHSWT takes place during the last week of September or the first.
To inform To Persuade To Entertain A piece that INFORMS might: Teach about history, science or other subjects Report an event Describe facts.
Informational Writing 2 nd grade Crystal Patterson READ 7140 Valdosta State University May 2007.
How to prepare. Thomas A. Stewart Literacy Test (OSSLT) Prep Guide 2013.
Ms. J. Helton’s Fairy Tales Lesson Plans Morning Work: Boys and girls, please unpack your bags. Put your math books, paper, and crayon box under your.
6+1 Traits of Writing. Welcome to Writing Class! September 13, 2011 Objective: Students will define, compare, and contrast the 6 Traits of Writing.
Preparing Print Ad Copy. Copy & It’s Objectives Text of a print advertisement that provides readers with information Text of a print advertisement that.
Introduction to On-Demand Writing By PresenterMedia.comPresenterMedia.com.
Understanding CP Writing Tasks Dr Daniel Brint British Council Adult Centre.
FROM THE FRENCH WORD ESSAYER MEANING TO ATTEMPT/TO TRY The Essay.
TAKEN FROM COLLEGE WRITING SKILLS Types of Essay Development.
6 Traits and More: A Practical Approach to Teaching Writing Effectively by Courtney Kistemann.
Catawba County Schools Writing Plan 4 th Grade. Components of Writing Plan NCSCOS Objectives Essential Questions Activities/Strategies Resources Assessment.
Writing a Research Paper Mrs. Jamin Lakeland High School.
Writing to inform, explain and describe. The longer writing task This writing task is 45 minutes, including planning time. Your response to the writing.
Writing Applications Standard 4 Created by Kathy Cassidy, Westside.
On-Demand Writing Assessment I can identify audience and purpose in my writing I can develop a thesis and support in my writing I can write clearly and.
Writing a Personal Narrative p. 88, The Write Source ECHS C. Edge English I.
Write a Procedural Text. What is a Procedural Text? A text that tells your reader how to do or make something. Examples: recipes, rules for games or sports,
Author’s Purpose Second Grade Reading Skill Tennessee Learning Expectation and Accomplishment for Language Arts a - Identify a purpose for reading.
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