Real Writing- Leisure Activities (poems, journals, personal narratives, letters)

Real Writing- Leisure Activities (poems, journals, personal narratives, letters)
Real Writing- Leisure Activities (poems, journals, personal narratives, letters)
Real Writing- Leisure Activities (poems, journals, personal narratives, letters)
Real Writing- Leisure Activities (poems, journals, personal narratives, letters)
Real Writing- Leisure Activities (poems, journals, personal narratives, letters)
Real Writing- Leisure Activities (poems, journals, personal narratives, letters)
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There are five writing assignments in this product concentrated on a particular set of focus correction areas. I have even included a challenge focus area too to differentiate for more proficient writers. Each assignment has a peer editing sheet as well as a rubric. ALL pages were created in Word and are editable.

These writing assignments are part of a bigger real writing BINGO board. Each section of the board is a different focus area of real life writing assignments that students may encounter in their school career. All of the assignments have a "real" audience and purpose. The full project is Common Core aligned and available on my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Project Summary: One of the major reasons why we write is to express our thoughts, feelings, and opinions. Some people write everyday in a journal to process the day’s events. Some write as a stress reliever or to express their thoughts to someone else. In this project, you will write one of the following: a friendly letter, eight poems, a personal narrative, a letter of acknowledgement, or four journal entries.

Purpose: Your purpose in this project is to express your thoughts or opinion in a written format.

Author’s Role: You are a teenager expressing his/her opinion/ thoughts ☺

Audience: Your audience is another teenager (I1, I3, I4) OR the person you appreciate (I5). Your journal is written to yourself as a reflection (I2).

Format: poetry (I1), a friendly letter (I3, I5), personal narrative (I4), four journal entries (I2)

Focus Correction Areas: word choice (especially strong verbs and descriptive language), facts/information/examples to support your opinion, voice (an expression of your opinions and personality)
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15 pages
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Rubric only
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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