Writing Bundle: Personal Narrative, Informational, Opinion & Fiction 5TH GRADE

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    Digital Writing Notebooks

    Description

    This HUGE BUNDLE includes everything you need to teach, practice and assess writing for the entire year! Students will complete four major units of study: personal narrative, informational reports, opinion essays and fiction narratives.

    The best part of this unit is that it includes EVERYTHING you need. You do not need to purchase a long list of books. All of the necessary mentor texts are included!

    Are you teaching writing virtually? Good news! We just added Digital Writing Notebooks on Google Slides!

    This bundle includes the following units:

    Personal Narrative

    Informational

    Opinion

    Fiction Narrative

    Note: These units were written with fifth grade in mind, but I suggest looking at the previews to determine if it is a good fit for your specific class.

    Included in this Bundle:

    • detailed teacher directions and suggestions for simple implementation

    • 7 exclusive videos to help implement and organize the unit

    • unit at a glance calendar for each unit

    • 160 days of lesson plans that include guiding questions, materials, mini lessons, student work tasks, student share tasks, intervention and several extension activities

    • 55 original mentor text passages

    • 10 sets of task cards

    • 50 teacher anchor charts (blank and filled in versions)

    • 57 student anchor charts and printables for writing notebooks

    • conference and goal tracking forms

    • writing grades tracking forms

    • rubrics for all four genres

    • list of 40 additional mentor text books (optional)

    • variety of writing publishing papers

    • student writing notebook covers and dividers

    • teacher notebook covers and binder spines

    • multiple ideas for author share celebrations

    NEW!!! Digital Writing Notebooks on Google Slides

    Personal Narrative Lessons Included:

    • Setting goals

    • What is a personal narrative?

    • Generating story ideas

    • Narrowing your story idea to a small moment

    • Rehearsing and Drafting

    • Writing a lead

    • Adding and punctuating dialogue

    • Adding details

    • Word choice

    • Show, don’t tell

    • Breaking writing into paragraphs

    • Transition Words

    • Writing an ending

    • Editing

    • Publishing

    Informational Writing Lessons Included:

    • Setting goals

    • What is an informational report?

    • Generating report ideas

    • Narrowing your report idea to a seed

    • Research and note taking

    • Paraphrasing

    • Table of contents

    • Subtopics

    • Drafting

    • Writing a lead

    • Topic and concluding sentences

    • Word choice- adding vocabulary and definitions

    • Adding details

    • Transitions

    • Writing a conclusion

    • Text features

    • Editing

    • Publishing

    Opinion Writing Lessons Included:

    • Setting goals

    • What is an opinion essay?

    • Generating essay ideas

    • Drafting

    • Writing strong opinion statements

    • Writing a lead

    • Supporting your opinion with reasons

    • Considering your audience

    • Consider opposing opinions

    • Supporting your opinion with examples

    • Paragraphs

    • Writing a lead

    • Topic and concluding sentences

    • Word choice

    • Transitions

    • Writing a conclusion

    • Editing

    • Publishing

    • Generating deeper topics (research based)

    • Citations

    Fiction Narrative Lessons Included:

    • Setting goals

    • What is a fiction narrative?

    • Developing Characters

    • Developing Setting (Show- Don’t Tell)

    • Problem & Solution

    • Author Point of View

    • Writing a lead

    • Creating Suspense

    • Adding and Punctuating Dialogue

    • Word Choice (Strong Verbs)

    • Paragraphs

    • Transitions

    • Writing an ending

    • Editing

    • Publishing

    A Typical Day of Writing:

    Mini Lesson: The unit includes 40 lesson plans with a suggested mini lesson. Many of the lessons include the use of mentor text (passages that are included in the unit) and anchor charts. Teacher versions of the anchor charts are included in the unit so that the teacher can project them and fill them out with the class or print them and display in the classroom. Small black-and-white versions are included for the students to fill out and keep in their writing notebooks as a reference.

    Work Time: Students will be applying the skill from the mini lesson into their writing each day. At the end of the unit, they will have completed two full masterpieces and many other independent writings.

    Share Time: Lesson plans include a specific task for students each day that allows them to share some piece of their writing with a partner or with the class.

    Please take a look at the preview to learn more and see examples of components included in the bundle. Click HERE to see an example of one of the digital notebooks you'll receive in this bundle.

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

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    Writing Units for Other Grade Levels:

    Second Grade Writing Bundle

    Third Grade Writing Bundle

    Fourth Grade Writing Bundle

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    More Mini writing units:

    Compare and Contrast Nonfiction

    Compare and Contrast Fiction

    Text Dependent Opinion

    Reading Response

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    Total Pages
    640 pages
    Answer Key
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    Teaching Duration
    1 Year
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of discipline-specific tasks, purposes, and audiences.
    Apply grade 5 Reading standards to informational texts (e.g., “Explain how an author uses reasons and evidence to support particular points in a text, identifying which reasons and evidence support which point[s]”).
    Apply grade 5 Reading standards to literature (e.g., “Compare and contrast two or more characters, settings, or events in a story or a drama, drawing on specific details in the text [e.g., how characters interact]”).
    Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
    Recall relevant information from experiences or gather relevant information from print and digital sources; summarize or paraphrase information in notes and finished work, and provide a list of sources.

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