Using this guide, students will create a triptych of memoir-genre works by interweaving three distinct selections with a common thread such as theme, place, or subject. The process focuses on all aspects of the writing process, and produces a dynamic and creative final product.
The document references the Rambling Autobiography by author Linda Rief, the picture book Math Curse by Jon Scieszka, and the original journal prompt "Words That Have Changed Me," listed below.
Words that Have Changed Me
Sometimes a few timely words strung together in just the right way can forever change a person's existence for better or worse. Think of a time when something someone said changed your actions, attitude, opinion, or destiny. Use sensory detail to create that moment in the mind of your reader.
Triptych Skills Evaluation