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Narrative Writing Digital Interactive Notebook | Google Classroom | Unit

Sarah Anne
Grade Levels
3rd - 8th
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Narrative Writing Digital Interactive Notebook. This 50+ page Google Slides product is designed to be a one-stop-shop paperless resource for teaching narrative writing to your students. This is a no prep product that you can be instantly sent to your students to start the process of learning about all elements of narrative writing. The digital interactive notebook is divided into 5 sections, with hyper links and quicklinks back to table of contents to make navigating simple. The notebook is also formatted on 8.5x11 inch slide, so can be printed out if required. Google Slides can also export the interactive notebook to powerpoint if you require an offline option. Each slide also includes ‘margin notes’ for teacher and students communicate throughout the writing process.

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Section One: Narrative Writing Structure and Language Features

This section includes all support material for teaching narrative.

•Story Mountain Plot Profile Guide

•Descriptive Words List

•Concrete Nouns and Abstract Nouns List

•Transitional Words and Phrases / Temporal Words and Phrases

•Literary Devices Poster including,

•Language Features Blank Page – Teacher to provide differentiated instruction or guidance (can be deleted if not required)

Section Two: Narrative Writing Prompts

•Five Visual and written writing prompts for students to kick start their ideas for personal narrative or fictional narrative writing

Section Three: Narrative Planning Graphic Organizers for Narrative Writing

•Setting Graphic organizer

•Character Graphic organizer

•Story Plot Graphic organizer – Story Mountain

•Story Planning Pages

•Language Planning Pages

Section Four: My Narrative

•This section is where the student will write their narrative. There is a quick link down the side, so students can jump between their planning pages and writing pages. It also assists teachers when jumping in to view the students work in progress.

Section Five: Editing Checklists

Editable: ready to differentiate for students and customize for your classes specific needs

Narrative Structure Checklist –students reflect on:

•Introducing the main character

•Descriptions of characters

•Setting location

•Setting time

•Story event / problem

•Story resolution

•Use of transitional words

•Blank spaces for teacher to add criteria or differentiate

Punctuation, Spelling and Grammar Checklist - students reflect on :

•Capital letters


•Quotation marks


•Blank spaces for teacher to add criteria or differentiate

Differentiation opportunities within this notebook

•Every section has a blank page for teachers to provide addition or modified directions for students.

•Editing section is editable to create your own customize editing checklist.

Multiple formats of graphic organisers have been provided. Teacher can select simple or advanced planning pages based on student learning needs and delete pages that are not relevant,. There is also space to annotate to provide student specific instruction.

•Every page has communication post-it notes in the margin. Left side has blue post-it notes for teachers to provide comments and guidance and the right margin has green post-its for the students to ask questions or add planning notes.

•Page is formatted to 8.5x11 so can be printed if required.

•Entire slide show can be downloaded as powerpoint file for students who do not have Google Slides access, or as an offline option. All hyperlinks remain active in powerpoint download.

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Sarah Anne

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