Establishing Setting of a Narrative - Creative Writing Prompts
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- Get access to over 200 Narrative Writing Prompts that will accelerate your middle school students' writing abilities! These ready-to-use daily quick writes focus on various narrative techniques, including dialogue, imagery, perspective, characterization, and more. Check out the PREVIEW to see everyPrice $17.99Original Price $27.93Save $9.94
Encourage your students to develop rich settings in their narrative writing with these visual writing prompts. Your students will LOVE creating unique settings in response to these prompts. These slides are quick and easy to assign or display and take just 5-10 minutes per day, making them perfect ELA warm-ups, bell-ringers, or stations!
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Here’s what you’ll get:
Your digital link will come will 30 writing prompts. Students will be prompted to establish settings from:
- Sentence Starters (Where I come from...)
- Mentor Texts (Imitate how the author creates a scene of contrast. Describe the first setting that comes to mind, then contrast it with, “I could picture…”
- Visual Prompts (Describe where this gate leads...)
In addition, students will be asked to incorporate imagery as they build their story settings by:
- Describing what a setting looks like
- Describing what a setting sounds like
- Describing what a setting feels like
- Describing what a setting smells like
- Creating a setting with a particular mood
Prep is quick and easy... Just display the writing prompt on your projector or SmartBoard and have students write in their notebooks, or assign the writing prompt on a digital learning platform and have students type on the provided slides.
A quick tip for teachers...
- Read the prompt, and set the timer for 5-10 minutes.
- Encourage students to keep their pencils moving the entire time.
- Don't be afraid to write alongside them!
- At the end of the quick write session, invite students to discuss or share their thinking.
In my classroom, we start our daily writing lesson with a quick write prompt! We use a wide variety of prompts throughout the year to spiral review our writing techniques.
»If you'd like to know more about using quick writes in the classroom,read my blog post here.</a>
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