W.1.3- Narrative Writing 1st Grade
This narrative writing product includes lesson plans, writing prompts, writing papers, graphic organizers, and assessments perfect for making your Narrative Writing unit a breeze. In first grade, students must introduce topic/text, give events to tell a story, supply details, and provide a sense of closure. It covers mostly personal narratives, but also includes a lesson and a few prompts for fictional narratives, too.
There are 10 lesson plans, which can be spread out over the course of 3 or 4 weeks. There are many activities within each lesson plans, which should take you about 2 or 3 days to complete each. The lesson plans are scaffolded to gradually teach the process of writing narrative pieces.
Lesson 1- What is Narrative Writing?
Lesson 2- Brainstorming and Focusing on Small Moments
Lesson 3- Writing Introductions
Lesson 4- The Body and Sequencing
Lesson 5- Conclusion Writing
Lesson 6- Fictional Narrative Focus
Lesson 7, 8, 9, and 10- Putting It All Together Writing Pieces
There are also...
--Writing Prompts for cyclical practice throughout the year
--Graphic organizers to use as needed
--Writing papers with primary lines and regular lines (3 options with picture sizes)
--Assessments (teacher and self)
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**Please keep in mind if you are buying multiple grade levels, the 2nd and 3rd Grade Narrative Writing sets will have some overlapping activities BUT the topics, pictures, and prompts will be completely different.**
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This unit covers the Writing Common Core State Standard W.1.3:
Write narratives in which they recount two or more appropriately sequenced events, include some details regarding what happened, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide some sense of closure.