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Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson

Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson
Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson
Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson
Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson
Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson
Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson
Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson
Narrative Writing- Scarecrow Snapshot Lesson
Product Description
This Smart Board lesson follows Nancy Boyles Narrative Icons, but can be used with any narrative writing program. This lesson encourages students to take one big idea, a scarecrow, and write small. In other words, students take the big idea of the scarecrow and add elaboration and details using the 5 senses. Students will be introduced to the 'snapshot' icon and will be introduced to descriptive writing. In this lesson students will be able to write a snapshot of a scarecrow to help the reader really picture it. I teach this lesson after the bedroom snapshot lesson, however it can also stand alone. Scarecrow by Cynthia Rylant is a great book to read prior to teaching this lesson. This book provides students with many descriptive phrases and words to describe a scarecrow.
Total Pages
6 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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