These lessons are a series of fun, step-by step, kid loving PowerPoint writing lessons, which teach students to write a personal narrative while teaching writing vocabulary.
The lessons are easy for kids to understand and build a foundation with each lesson. The lessons give students the opportunity to be successful in small chunks.
Room to Write units are a series of writing lessons which teach students writing vocabulary while teaching narrative writing skills. Each lesson is taught using a PowerPoint presentation, which includes an objective, concept development, guided practice, and independent practice. The engaging activities, which follow the lessons, help to make writing concepts more tangible.
These lessons teach students about writing a hook (AKA Bold Beginnings and leads). They will learn about 4 hooks, which will make their writing more enjoyable to read and to write. Once the students complete the series of 6 lessons, they will be able to write a hook for their narratives.
♥Lesson 1: write a hook.
♥Lesson 2: demonstrate an understanding of onomatopoeia.
♥Lesson 3: write a hook using onomatopoeia.
♥Lesson 4: write a hook using a single word.
♥Lesson 5: write a hook using imagination.
♥Lesson 6: write a hook using a question.
♥extra: use the graphic organizer to plan a narrative with a hook.
♥daily: students can practice writing hooks in their Daily Writing Practice books.
In this unit, you will find:
★6 PowerPoint lessons
★6 step-by-step lessons
★Hooks Daily Writing Practice (20 days)
★5 writing vocabulary posters--hook, onomatopoeia, single word, imagine if, and question
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Sequence of Events
Ideas and Details
Titles and Introductions
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