Louisiana Guidebook Unit 2 Narrative Writing Lesson
Think about what you have learned about trees from A Log’s Life and The Lorax. Create a narrative from a tree’s point of view that tells a tree’s life story. Your narrative should include a plot. characters, conflict, theme, and a setting. In addition, your narrative should include a sequence of events that unfolds naturally, dialogue, descriptions of events, specifically chosen words and phrases, and a sense of closure.
Powerpoint (50 slides)
Mini-Lesson:Summary vs. Narrative
Writing Example: "Wacky Boots"
Summary Example: "Wacky Boots"
Venn Diagram: Compare and Contrast the 2 versions of "Wacky Boots".
Narrative Writing Checklist
Narrative Writing Top 10 Brainstorming Form
Narrative Writing Organizer
Writing Paper: (Printable Slides)
Notice and Wonder Recording Form
Narrative Writing Details Organizer