Narrative Writing Practice-Conclusions

Narrative Writing Practice-Conclusions
Narrative Writing Practice-Conclusions
Narrative Writing Practice-Conclusions
Narrative Writing Practice-Conclusions
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  1. Let's face it: teaching writing is hard. There are a million little skills, it's subjective, and it can be overwhelming. I can't tell you how many times I've been in the middle of a writing unit and thought, "I wish I had a practice activity for ____." So, I decided to make a practice activity for
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This is a quick mini-lesson, sub plan, or warm-up to help students understand how to write a narrative conclusion (which is much different from other types of conclusions!). Students match three conclusions to popular Disney cartoons (written by me, and including a reflection on the theme/lesson learned by the main character). Then they choose a movie they've seen and write their own conclusion.

This is a quick way to introduce or reinforce the idea of a narrative conclusion, and you can assess their knowledge of this standard on the same sheet. Quick, easy, and ready to print and use today!

This item is a part of my Narrative Writing Practice Discount Bundle!

Looking for writing practice for ALL Common Core writing standards? You might also like my Complete Middle School Writing Practice Bundle, with resources for Argument, Narrative, and Informational Essays.
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