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HALLOWEEN STORY WRITING: INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK: ELEMENTS OF A PLOT

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HALLOWEEN STORY WRITING: INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK: ELEMENTS OF A PLOT

Halloween is nearly here and your students perhaps are in a state of frenzied excitement, so use this moment to get your students to write creatively with this fun Halloween interactive resource.

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WHAT’S INCLUDED:

✓ 25 (2 shutter door) Cover Sheets featuring Halloween images – cute and not so cute

✓ 25 (single sheet) Response Sheets featuring Halloween images

✓ Cover Sheet x 1 and Response Sheet x 1 without images

✓ Response Sheet (2) for students whose stories are long and need another page to pen their creative thoughts.

✓ Peer-editing checklist

✓ Self-editing checklist

✓ Teacher-marking rubric for teachers who love to assess every form of learning

✓ Banner reading ‘Happy Halloween’; ‘Halloween Spooky Stories’ (3 options)

✓ List of Common Core State Writing Standards (Grades 3-7)

** This pack is best suited for students in grades 3-6. It can also be used to scaffold writing for grade 7 students.

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ACTIVITY:

→ Students will use the elements of a plot featured on the sections of the 2-shutter door Cover Page to organize and write their fictional story on the Response Sheet.

→ They will assemble the completed writing interactive templates in their notebooks or on cardstock. Complete directions with photographs are included for teacher.

→ Students self-edit and peer-edit for improvement, feedback, and accuracy. They may choose to type out the final published piece observing editing.

→ Teacher may use marking rubric as a means of informal assessment.

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EVIDENCE OF LEARNING:

Display students’ completed writing pieces on a bulletin board under banner. Think about what a spooky display this will create!

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NOTE OF ADVICE:

Review the elements of a plot and components of a fictional story prior to students writing their own stories. For lessons on using transition words, figurative language, dialogue and action to control pacing, refer to my unit on Narrative Writing that provides detailed explanation and elaboration.

WRITING INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK BUNDLE

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Please see preview file for photos featuring assembly of interactive writing templates.

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Standards

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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