Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives

Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives
Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives
Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives
Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives
Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives
Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives
Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives
Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives
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(4 MB|51 pages)
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Narrative Writing Unit - Personal Narratives 

These interactive mini-lessons are based on ELA, Grade 4, Common Core Standards but can be used in grades 3 - 6 with little adjustments. These lessons will allow the teacher to engage students into becoming writers by using great mentor texts and captivating activities. This PDF file is 51 pages and includes lesson directions, supplies, and guides you mainly need. It does not include mentor texts, but does include links to purchase on Amazon or use an Internet read aloud of most books. Students love this interactive activities, such as sensory guess bags, mad lips, pasta quotations, and creating their own Bitmoji! Students will enjoy great picture books and parts of chapter books, such as Hey, That’s My Monster, The Twits, or The Chicken Plot. You will have your students excited about writing and asking for more!

Purchasing this product includes:

- A Narrative Unit Pacing Guide

- A list of Mentor Texts 

- 13 Mini - Lessons that include

- Adjectives - Sensory Details

- Vivid Details and Descriptions

- What is Narrative Writing/Planning

- Small Moments/Planning

- Story Elements (Characters, Setting, Plot)

- Dialogue - (Quotation Marks)

- Narrative Strong Leads - (Hooks)

- Sequential Order of Events (B-M-E)

- Transitional Time Order Words

- Memorable Ending

- Revision

- Editing 

- Publishing

- Grading Rubric 

Thanks again for purchasing my product. I hope you really enjoy this Narrative Unit. This is a PDF file and is already for you with links to online books or to purchase mentor texts yourself from Amazon. Feel free to email me if you have any questions: HelpingTeachersILove@gmail.com

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Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
Use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
Use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
Use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
Orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.
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