Change the Narrator! Creative Writing Bundle

Change the Narrator! Creative Writing Bundle
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  1. Celebrate Earth Day with these fun passages that touch on protecting the environment, ecosystems, recycling, raising awareness, and more!These quick reading passages put a fun spin on challenging students to think about multiple perspectives/point-of-views. Students will read a short story from the
  2. These passages will give your students a chance to read and write about Modern Native American Life for students! Perfect if you teach at a tribal school or on an American Indian Reservation!These quick reading passages put a fun spin on challenging students to think about multiple perspectives/poin
  3. These quick reading passages put a fun spin on challenging students to think about multiple perspectives/point-of-views. Students will read a short story from the perspective of one bystander, and then write the story from two different characters' points-of-view! Example:Students will read a short
  4. These quick reading passages put a fun spin on challenging students to think about multiple perspectives/point-of-views. Students will read a short story from the perspective of one bystander, and then write the story from two different characters' points-of-view!Example:Students will read a short p
  5. The athletes in your classroom will love putting themselves in the shoes of basketball players, volleyball players, coaches, and even the equipment with these fun-filled passages!These quick reading passages put a fun spin on challenging students to think about multiple perspectives/point-of-views.
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These quick reading passages put a fun spin on challenging students to think about multiple perspectives/point-of-views. Students will read a short story from the perspective of one bystander, and then write the story from two different characters' points-of-view!

Example:

Students will read a short passage about an athlete's first volleyball game since an injury. She's been training for weeks, but is still a bit nervous. Her mom watches from the crowd even more nervous than she is! However, the athlete has a great play and Mom begins to cheer! Students will rewrite the passage from the athlete and the mother's points of view!

RESOURCES INCLUDED:

Sports Themed

Earth Day Themed

Plains Native Americans

Modern Day Native American Life

Forest Animal Themed

FEATURES

• Five short reading passages that challenge your young writers to rewrite the story from another character's point-of-view!

• Students will look for conflict, problems, solutions, emotions, and character traits to help them craft their stories!

• Each passage comes with three assessment questions on plot, character traits, setting, context clues, and more! Questions are common core aligned.

• Contains fun clip-art of each character and engaging, leveled writing!

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Products for Older Students

ELA Identify Complete Bundle

Change Narrator: Modern Native American Life Creative Writing

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Character Education: Daily Writing Exercises for Respect, Honesty, and More!

Quick Writes: 112 Fun and Creative Writing Prompts

Respect Character Education Activities

Comparing Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts Close Reading Passages

Respecting Native American Headdresses Persuasive Writing Activity

Native American Themed Text Structure Task Cards

Internal and External Conflict Worksheets and Activities

Modern Native American Life FICTION PASSAGES W/ Qs

Close Reading Nonfiction Units

Plains Buffalo Informational Text + Timeline Cut and Paste Differentiated Activity

Pocahontas Facts and Myths Close Reading Unit

Black Hills War Unit

Native American Reading Passages w/ Comprehension Questions

Sacagawea Close Reading Unit

Crazy Horse Close Reading Unit

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
Use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
Use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
Use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
Orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.
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