Do you want to be able to SHOW your students the differences between narrative, informative, descriptive, and persuasive pieces of writing? These materials will help you do it!
This file contains:
1. Types of Writing 25-slide PowerPoint
2. Definition Posters for Narrative, Informative, Persuasive, & Descriptive
3. 2-Day Lesson Plan Summary (I explain how I used the materials in a 3rd grade classroom.)
4. 4 Sample Paragraph Printables
5. A Worksheet containing 4 passages
6. Interactive Notebook Option
***PLEASE NOTE!*** I "repurposed" an old listing to create this new PowerPoint and activity package. If you happen to already own my older product entitled "Types of Writing (narr., inform., descr., persuas.) incl. Interactive Notebook" please email me at ddrotz2000@gmail and attach your receipt. I will be happy to send this new version to you for free! (If you aren't sure how to access your printable receipt, let me know and I will give you directions.)
The PowerPoint contains the following format:
Slides 1-4: Introduction
Slides 5-8: Introduction to Narrative Pieces of Writing
Slides 9-11: Introduction to Informative Pieces of Writing
Slides 12-14: Introduction to Persuasive Pieces of Writing
Slides 15-17: Introduction to Descriptive Pieces of Writing
Slides 18-25: Multiple Choice Practice/Passages
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This PowerPoint cannot be edited due to the copyright requirements made by the contributing artists (clip art, font, background).
Click on the following links to check out my other writing PowerPoints!
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Writing Dialogue PowerPoint (60 slides!)
Topic Sentences and Conclusion Sentences (includes 2 PowerPoints plus worksheets!)
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What’s Wrong with this Sentence? PowerPoint (24 slides!)
Which Sentence Does Not Belong? PowerPoint (10 slides!)
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