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This no prep narrative writing prompt pack would work well for an ELA classroom looking to write an imaginative narrative from a text-based stimuli. This is a really fun way to close read a poem and use that as a stimulus to spark writing! Since the poem has an underlying theme of love, it makes a great assignment for Valentine's Day or during winter at the secondary level.
Included in this teaching pack:
-- fully developed prompt for writing an imaginative narrative in response to the poem "Quarantine"
-- one complete essay
-- annotations for teaching
-- a score with annotations
--common core standards for secondary ELA
-- sample annotations from my students
-- graphic organizers
Classroom success stories from other teachers who have tried this resource:
♥ "My students have been so excited about writing their creative narrative essays using the poem and prompt as their inspiration. We've focused on how to get a 4 on the Narrative Rubric using this lesson, and I am seeing great results. Love this lesson!"
♥ "We start narratives next week and I am looking forward to using this source. Our state tests narrative essays in response to passages and I am grateful that this resource does just that: gives a passage/poem and then requires students to respond to it!"
♥ "Totally aligned with CCSS. Great resource in teaching/reviewing CCSS Narrative Writing!"
♥ "Very comprehensive resource!"
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