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These lessons introduce and teach CCS RL 4.3: Describe in depth a character, setting, or event ..... by drawing on specific details in the text. When you purchase this bundle you get 3 individual lessons for the price of 2. This Bundle includes 3 PowerPoint Picture Presentations Lessons along wi
Teach strategies to identify a setting in text and describe a setting in writing. This printable features a variety of differentiated activities and everything you need to create an interactive bulletin board. What's included?1. "Where Am I?" a Reading Comprehension Exercise: 5 passages each describ
Narrative Writing: Setting This worksheet is designed to help student decipher between a well-written setting, and a setting lacking sensory details. Teaches students How to create a setting that the reader will enjoy. Page 1: Students will read an example of a well-written, descriptive setting
Describe a Character and/or Setting This is a lesson that teaches students to enhance their writing by describing a character and/or setting according to the structure of a Writing Workshop. Purchase and Receive: 1. Lesson 2. Graphic Organizers for Describing a Setting 3. Graphic Organizer for De
Product Description: HOME EDITION Helps students practice describing settings. Students will color the characters or setting on the page. They will then use the word bank and their own words to describe and write about it. •Describe the CHARACTERS •Describe the SETTING Similar Products: • Characte
5 Dramas created from 5 Aesop Fables. Each drama includes 4th grade vocabulary, humor, and creativity. Each drama is three pages long, each page consisting of mostly dialogue between characters. 4 RL.4.3 Graphic Organizers included for teacher discretion and flexibility. Five student discussion prom
A PowerPoint designed to be used as short Writer's Workshop mini lesson on how to describe a setting in a narrative. Highlights the importance of describing a scene in narrative writing and includes an example of an effective description for pupils. Also includes mentor text suggestions and workshee
I created these questions to go along with 4th grade Reading Wonders Mcgraw Hill Series Unit 1 Week 1 RWW The Dragon Problem" and Literature Anthology "The Princess and the Pizza". This worksheet is FSA aligned with questions focused on the standards :LAFS.4.RL.1.3 and LAFS.4.L.3. This product has a
This is a single item from my "Fiction Writer's Workshop" unit. This product contains 3 creative writing exercises requiring students to examine an image of a setting, answer questions about the setting, and write a paragraph describing the setting. Purchase this item as part of my Setting | Fictio
My 1:1 learners find it hard to describe settings, I found something similar to this before, but needed it in the Widget Inprint format. My learners loved it and it helped think about different ways they can think about when they have to describe a setting.
I used Widgit Inprint to create a worksheet that will help some of my 1:1 students to describe a setting. They find this particularly hard. I placed some descriptive words with each sentence, which will guide them, but I encouraged them to use their own words.
This lesson uses visuals to encourage the identification of sensory details in a setting. It is one in a five-part series I use to teach narrative writing. My method is called SCEDS and includes one lesson for each letter in the mnemonic (Setting, Character, Emotion, Dialogue and Sensory Details sp
This FREE worksheet includes 1 page from our Reading Response Forms Gr. 5-6 resource.This worksheet asks students to describe the setting of their novel in great detail. This worksheet can be used on its own, or paired with the individual resource. And the best part is, it's FREE.About the full reso
This responsibility SEL curriculum is teacher-approved and includes 6 detailed lessons filled with hands-on and mindful activities that teach children about personal responsibility, goal setting, peaceful problem solving, and bullying.♥♥The mind+heart Social Emotional Learning Curriculum for K-2 is
Excite your students about setting goals for the new school year with this fun, back to school goal setting craft! Setting goals helps to motivate students and gives teachers valuable insight into where they can offer more support to their students to help them reach their goals. Use this writing c
I LOVE using Maria Dismondy books to promote kindness and character in my classroom. They are great at the beginning of the year, back to school, and throughout the school year! There are writing prompts, a craft, and graphic organizers for each book! The activities included for this unit correspon
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This Illustrations unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL.3.7. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teachings students how to describe how the illu
This Story Elements Board Game contains 30 game cards and a game board to help students practice identifying the story element (character, setting, problem, solution, or theme) being described in a piece of text. This story elements game works great as a pair/group activity, or for use in literacy
These two foldables can be used with ANY fiction book. It can be completed as a during-reading activity or a post-reading activity to give students an opportunity to reflect upon the book. The foldables can also be inserted into interactive notebooks for future reference. Version 1- This 3 page tem
We have been using Math Bags for years and have seen a lot of great things come from them. We wanted a similar format for our Language Arts block (and we had several requests from Math Bag fans)....thus, Literacy Bags were born! When we created these, we wanted a system in which the students could
This hands-on activity with digital lab sheet option will teach students about the importance of watersheds. Students will learn what one is, create the watershed using newspaper, and be able to describe how it is important to humans. Students will also manipulate and explain how pollutants can affe
This no prep ELA Print a Standard provides opportunities for your students to use illustrations and details in a story / stories to describe the story elements.There are 12 activities in all. Some activities require kiddos to cut and paste and others simply require a pencil. These are great for who
I love seeing the adorable "Trapped in a Snow Globe" writings that younger grades do, so I decided to create this fun upper-grades snow globe narrative prompt! When they complete the graphic organizer, they will have written a 6-paragraph narrative that is aligned with Common Core and TNReady Stand
Math Projects, This bundle contains SIX math projects, including Math Project: My theme cafe parts 1 and a bonus part 2, Math Project: My spooky store, Math Project: My Winter Wonderland, Math Project: My Easter Factory, Math Project: My Pets Paradise and Math Project: My Magical Bakery. These are l
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