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Teach your students the foundational skills of Personal Narrative Writing and Opinion Writing using the Step up to Writing Method with this Interactive Notebook BUNDLE from The Resourceful Teacher.
This product is intended to enhance your EXISTING Step up to Writing* tools and curriculum, not to replace it.
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Interactive Notebook Pages Include:
- Elements of Personal Narrative Writing
- Step up to Writing Format
- Transition and Conclusion Words
- Step up to Writing Planning Chart
- Characters and Setting
- 5 Stages of Writing
- Revising and Proofreading Checklists
- Opinions Vs. Reasons
- Giving Supporting Reasons
- Elements of Step up to Writing in Opinion / Persuasive Writing
- Writing to Persuade using the OREO method
Now with Activities and Practice Pages:
Have your students practice the skills they learned with the interactive notebook pages by completing the activities and practice pages.
- The students will be able to define personal narrative.
- The students will be able to analyze elements of personal narrative writing, such as characters, setting, and plot.
- The students will be able to analyze the Step up to Writing method in personal narrative writing.
- The students will be able to categorize Step up to Writing Transition words in personal narrative writing.
- The students will be able to analyze elements of personal narrative writing, such as beginning, middle, and end.
- The students will be able to recognize and recall the 5 stages of the writing process: Plan, Draft, Revise, Proofread, and Publish.
- The students will be able to differentiate between opinions and reasons.
- The students will be able to categorize sentences as opinions or reasons.
- The students will be able to match reasons that support opinions.
- The students will be able to generate reasons to support opinions.
- The students will be able to generate opinions for given reasons.
- The students will be able to analyze an opinion paragraph.
- The students will be able to identify the topic, supporting details, explanations, and conclusion of an opinion paragraph.
- The students will be able to write opinions.
- The students will be able to give reasons to support opinions.
- The students will be able to explain reasons.
- The students will be able to write conclusions for persuasive writing.
Also includes teacher pages and answer keys!
The unit is written for 3rd grade but could easily be adapted for grades 2-4
Can also be used for reteaching / reengaging and extra practice.
Download the preview to check it out!
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English Language Arts, Grammar, Writing, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, Worksheets, Lesson Plans, Student Activities, Notebook Sentences, Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Interactive Notebook, Compound Subjects, declarative Sentences, Interrogative Sentences, Imperative Sentences, Exclamatory Sentences, Sentence Subjects, Sentence Predicates, Fact vs. Opinion Sentences