This worksheet is perfect for bilingual students or ELL's who are learning procedural writing for the first time.
Students should first write the title of their story in the first line. Then they should draw their pictures and finally write their sentences. Students can also include the name of their subtitles in the "titulo" section.
This worksheet can be completed in 1 or 2 days, depending on the student grade level and language proficiency.
This worksheet complements the Lucy Cualkins curriculum for first grade and covers the TEK 17. B - I "I can develop drafts by sequencing the action or details in a story".
This worksheet can also be edited on Microsoft Powerpoint!