Presentation on theme: "BrendaRone, Susan Gentry, and BridgettNiedringhaus HazelwoodSchool District."— Presentation transcript:
BrendaRone, Susan Gentry, and BridgettNiedringhaus HazelwoodSchool District
Teacher Page Second Grade, Show Me Standard CA 1, 2, and 3 The elements of Ecology and communication skills are integrated in the activities. We suggest that students keep a journal. It is critical for students to use writing skills to explain answers. When you see this symbol students should use their journals. If you would like to assess this activity, refer to the state scoring guide.
Directions Read the prompt in the box. Your school is celebrating Earth Day and your class is in charge of planning an activity for the whole school. Write a paragraph describing the activity you have chosen. You can use the graphic on the next slide to help organize your thoughts for the rough draft.
Name of your Earth Day Activity Where will the activity occur? What is the activity? Describe When will the activity occur? How will everyone be included? Who is going to be involved? Why is this an important activity? Story Map
Final Copy Directions Revise your draft. Reread your draft and think about the Writer’s Checklist below. Make sure each of these statements is true about your draft. 4 My paper has a beginning, middle, and end. 4 My paper stays on the topic. 4 My paper has complete sentences. 4 My paper includes correct punctuation, capitalization, grammar, and spelling. Writer’s Checklist If any of these statements are not true about your paper, make the needed changes on your draft before you write your final copy. End of Activity