his resource contains everything you need to get going with Narrative Writing in your classroom using Picture Prompts.
• To explore connections between images and words.
• To use a range of narrative writing skills.
• To use the senses to make effective narrations.
• To develop a narration from personal experience, drawing on imaginative skills and techniques.
• To articulate experiences and express what is thought, felt and imagined.
LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE LESSON:
WITH ALL STUDENTS: The Narrative structure is noticeable, but the reader may have to infer it, the sequence of episodes moves logically through time with some gaps.
WITH MOST STUDENTS: The Narrative structure is evident – sequence of episodes moves logically through time with a beginning, middle and ending with few gaps.
WITH SOME STUDENTS: The Narrative structure clear, the sequence of episodes moves logically through time without noticeable gaps.
THIS RESOURCE INCLUDES:
1. Detailed Lesson Plan
2. Narrative Template
3. Tell This Story Image
4. Characteristics of Narrative Writing
5. Narrative Writing Flow-Chart
6. Narrative Writing Mini-Lessons
7. Assessment Rubrics
8. Need to Know Spidergram
9. Sample Narrative
10. Fictional Narrative Checklist
Teachers can use this to enhance the writing skills of the learners, especially the technique required for narrating a story using picture prompts.