Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)

Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)
Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)
Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)
Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)
Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)
Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)
Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)
Narrative Writing Unit with Photo Prompts (Scaffolded for Special Education)
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Teaching students how to effectively write a focused, entertaining narrative is a topic I passionately enjoy. Providing an interesting photograph to spark the imagination is half the battle. The rest is in an effective graphic organizer! This one resource has helped my students year after year. I have also included scaffolded graphic organizers for all 16 writing prompts that include probing questions and sentence stems to support struggling writers. Great for special education students as well.

Included in this Unit: 

  • Descriptive Paragraph; Graphic Organizer and Sample Writing Piece
  • Narrative Graphic Organizer focusing on one small moment in time

Beginning - to establish setting and a hint into the plot

Starting with an ING verb to describe where you are

What do you see? Hear? Think?

Middle that clearly states the focused problem 

Ending that describes how the problem was solved

Conclusion to wrap up your thoughts (Samples provided)

Reflection, Circle Back, Lesson Learned, Cliffhanger, Wish or Hope

  • Sample of Narrative Graphic Organizer completed
  • Sample Narrative Writing Piece
  • 16 Writing Prompts with Photos
  • 16 Separate Photographs that go along with the writing prompts 
  • 16 Scaffolded, Narrative Graphic Organizers for prompts, with probing questions
  • Powerful Verbs reference sheet for students
  • Other Ways to Say. . . reference sheet for students
  • Narrative Transition Words reference sheet for students
  • Narrative Writing Checklist for students
  • Narrative Writing Rubric

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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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