Six-Traits of Writing: Effective Writers Have Unique Ideas

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This is a fun and engaging Six-Traits lesson on Coming Up With Unique Ideas. You will need a copy of the mentor text, The Hickory Chair by Lisa Rowe Fraustino.

The lesson is in Power Point format and includes everything you'll need except a copy of the mentor text. Both you and your students will enjoy the story. It's a tearjerker, so keep some tissues nearby!

In the story, the hickory chair is a symbol that represents the main character's love for his grandmother. Students are given the opportunity to brainstorm and choose a personal symbol that represents something in their own lives. It might be a book, a piece of jewelry, a toy, or some other significant item.

Once they've chosen their special symbols, students write a personal narrative in which they tell all about their special item. You will be amazed with all the fabulous, heartfelt writing going on!

Please check out my TPT store, Arrrsome in Fifth, for more Six Traits of Writing lessons and resources. Thank you!
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2 Days

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Six-Traits of Writing: Effective Writers Have Unique Ideas
Six-Traits of Writing: Effective Writers Have Unique Ideas
Six-Traits of Writing: Effective Writers Have Unique Ideas
Six-Traits of Writing: Effective Writers Have Unique Ideas