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Letter Writing Lesson Plan based on the novel One Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes Submitted by Mrs. Sanderson For CMP 555 Designing & Producing Educational Technology
Letter Writing Two chapters from the novel Inspiration Software Novel Personal experience Fake names.
The 5Ws 5 Ws (Who, What, Where, When and Why). Subsets Own letter. Novel WhoWhatWhere
Questions about Novel Who are the main characters? What do you think this story will be about? Where does this story take place? When does this story take place? Why do you think the author chose to write this story?
Your web should look something like this: Novel WhoWhatWhere Personal Experience WhoWhatWhere
Questions about Personal Experience Who are the main characters in your personal experience? Use fictitious names. What happened to you or someone you know? Where did your experience take place? When did the experience happen? Why do you think this incident took place?
Adding to Your Web With a partner find the answers to the novel questions and insert them into your web. Next, answer the questions regarding your personal experience. Add any extra information to make your sentences flow. Delete your questions from your work but keep the answers.
Word Document Transfer into Word Document Format into letter form
Criteria Times New Roman 12 Use Spell Check Complete Sentences Friendly Letter Format including commas Title and author of book present in letter Your letter shows understanding of book and assignment
Friendly Letter format Date Dear John, Your work will go here into the body of the letter. Remember the work on the novel will be one paragraph and your personal experience will be another. Love,Sally