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Wonder Chapter Extension Creative Writing Project for Distance Learning

Leslie Auman
Grade Levels
4th - 6th, Homeschool
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22 pages and 6 slides + fillable PDF version
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Wrap up your novel study of Wonder by R.J. Palacio with this creative writing project! Students will be tasked with writing a final chapter to the novel from a character's perspective. This project can be used as a summative assessment or just as a fun, creative project! Now includes a fillable PDF option for distance learning!

This project was previously included as an exclusive resource in my Wonder comprehension test bundle, but I decided to make it a stand-alone product so that more teachers can benefit from this creative writing assignment!

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What resources are included in this product for your use?


◾ Teacher instructions

◾ 4th-6th grade CCSS standards alignment, including vertical alignment

◾ 4th-6th grade Texas TEKS standards alignment, including vertical alignment

◾ Project overview sheet

◾ Brainstorming graphic organizer

◾ Double-spaced and 1.5-spaced writing pages for rough drafts

◾ Double-spaced and 1.5 spaced writing pages for final copies (with and without clip art)

◾ Ready-to-use project rubric (both CCSS and TEKS)

◾ Editable PowerPoint file for both CCSS and TEKS rubrics, as well as a blank rubric template


◾ Teacher instructions for fillable PDF

◾ Editable student instructions for fillable PDF

◾ Chapter extension project in fillable PDF format (with text boxes)

-----> Project overview sheet

-----> Brainstorming graphic organizer

-----> Rough draft pages with fillable text boxes

-----> Final copy pages with fillable text boxes (with and without clip art)

-----> Ready-to-use project rubric with fillable text boxes (CCSS, TEKS, and no standards alignment)


What are my recommendations for use in your classroom?


◾ This document has been set up for double-sided printing. Any blank pages in the document were added intentionally to make double-sided printing easy.

◾ I explain detailed suggested instructions inside the document on the Teacher Instructions pages. However, I recommend that this project be assigned as a summative assessment after reading the entire novel.

◾ Students will be tasked with choosing a character whose perspective wasn't shared in the novel and writing a chapter extension to the book from that character's perspective. I recommend having students write rough drafts, peer or teacher editing the rough drafts, and having students write their final copies after fixing errors found in the editing process. Specific instructions/recommendations for length, plot, inferences, and more are explained in detail in the student overview sheet and the project rubric.


◾ You can alter the student instructions in the editable PDF. Then, you can export the PowerPoint file to a PDF so that you can send it to your students (via email, Google Classroom, etc.).

◾ The student-facing pages include text boxes that students can type into for their brainstorming, rough drafts, and final copies. Most of these text boxes have been enabled with multiple lines (single spacing) and scrolling.

◾ There are also fillable text boxes for students' names, the date, and the class period (if applicable). You can fill in the name text box for each student before sending out the test, if you like, but that will add more work in individually assigning each personalized copy of the PDF to each student.

◾ Assign the project to students via email, Google Classroom, or whatever Learning Management System (LMS) your school/district uses.

◾ You will need to manually grade the completed PDF projects.


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Total Pages
22 pages and 6 slides + fillable PDF version
Answer Key
Rubric only
Teaching Duration
1 Week
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
Use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
Use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
Use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
Orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.


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