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Sexting, Shame and Suicide Author’s name Group Member Names
Summary 0 What the article is about—general overview
Main Characters 0 Who is this article about? 0 Who is involved? 0 Brief explanation as to who they are
When and Where 0 Where and where?
Major Events 0 Timeline
Why did this occur 0 What were the causes of the major events?
Outcomes 0 What happened because of this event(s)?
Reflection 0 How do you feel and/or think about the information and/or stories in this article? 0 What do you think needs to be done or CAN be done?
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Introduction Find out about character 1 Find out about character 2 Move the story on.
Life Lessons in Writing. The Basics Who are the main characters? What are their approximate ages? What is the conflict? What is the outcome?
To keep going, even if there are obstacles; to never give up.
How to write a story First you have to….. Decide who the characters are. Who is going to be in the story? What sort of characters are they?
ESafety Lesson 3 – Cyber Bullying Part 2 Unit 1 – eSafety
The Parts of Plot The Parts of Plot What is the exposition of the story? What is the exposition of the story? Where the author introduces the characters.
Reader’s Notebook Everything you need to know in order to set up your Reader’s Notebook.
Rosa by Nikki Giovanni (Author) Bryan Collier (Illustrator) Caldecott Honor Book Included: A brief excerpt from the book and rigorous question set activities.
Novel Quiz 1-The Pentad Think about a significant action in your reading and answer the following: ACT: The event-what was done? Scene: Where and when.
Realistic Fiction Critical Thinking Questions. Day 1 In a paragraph, give examples of what makes your book a realistic fiction. Be sure to explain why.
HOW TO WRITE A STORY: TIPS: DIVIDE THE STORY IN FOUR PARAGRAPHS BEGIN YOUR STORY BY SETTING THE SCENE (WHO, WHERE, WHEN, WHAT, ETC. IN THE SECOND PARAGRAPH.
Writing a Personal Narrative. What is a Personal Narrative? A Personal Narrative is a form of writing in which the writer relates an event, incident,
Reflecting on Reading A Reading Strategy. Reflecting on Reading Provides an opportunity for the reader to share their thoughts about a book, play, short.
BY:BERTON TANG JULY2, TH GRADE Literature Genres.
Evaluation List each member of your group. Beside each member, include the following: –Specific Responsibilities –On a scale of 1 to 10, rate the effectiveness.
Text Features. Title The title is the name of the article. An article will have a title that catches the reader’s interest.
Writing a Summary Using SWBST.
CHARACTER, SETTING, PLOT Characters: people or animals that appear in the story Setting: time and place in which the story happens Plot: action or events.
Getting Ready for the TEST. Vocabulary Questions Which is the best meaning for the word_________ The word _________ in the story means.... Which word.
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