A lesson guide is included to suggest a method for leading students through a process of deconstructing and understanding a model story as part of creating their own adventure story.
By using the workbook, special attention is drawn to a six-step writing process; brainstorm, draft, share, edit, revise and publish. There is a checklist to aid students in monitoring their progress through a writing process.
The preview gives a good overview of the content of the writing workbook.
The workbook is printed on a loose leaf notebook style background. This is useful if you live overseas and have trouble finding the traditional loose leaf paper sold in North America.
The final nine pages of the workbook are a larger size version of the model story found at the beginning of the workbook. These give students a good model to follow for proper paragraphing and use of dialogue.
Revised and Updated on December 2014.
How to Write Workbooks include;
How to Write an Opinion Paragraph
How to Write a Descriptive Paragraph
How to Write a Personal Narrative
How to Write an Adventure Story
How to Write a Descriptive Essay
How to Write a Biography
How to Write a Comparison and Contrast
Bundled sets include:
Opinion Paragraph, Descriptive Paragraph, Personal Narrative
Opinion Paragraph, Descriptive Paragraph, Personal Narrative and Adventure Story
Biography, Comparison and Contrast, Descriptive Essay
Additional writing products are:
Visual Writing Prompts Bundle (Animals, People, Funny)
Visual Writing Prompts (Animals)
Visual Writing Prompts (People)
Visual Writing Prompts (Funny)
The Writer's Process Poster Pack
Types of Writing Poster Pack
How to Write and Adventure Story by Michael Allen Kelly is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.