Writing Leads PowerPoint

Writing Leads PowerPoint
Writing Leads PowerPoint
Writing Leads PowerPoint
Writing Leads PowerPoint
Writing Leads PowerPoint
Writing Leads PowerPoint
Writing Leads PowerPoint
Writing Leads PowerPoint
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  1. This bundle contains two PowerPoints that can be used to implement writing lessons when you are teaching students how to write leads that will hook your reader and endings that will wrap up the narrative. First, this bundle contains a 37-slide Writing Leads PowerPoint, a matching interactive noteboo
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Writing Leads PowerPoint: This small bundle contains a PowerPoint that can be used in a writing lesson when you are teaching students how to write leads that will hook your reader. This resource contains a 37-slide PowerPoint, an interactive notebook page, and bookmarks that can be given to students to serve as a reference.

The following ten lead styles are presented:

1. Question

2. Dialogue

3. Onomatopoeia

4. Action (Vivid Verbs)

5. Strong Feelings and Emotions

6. Internal Dialogue

7. Simile or Metaphor

8. Decription of a setting or character

9. Flashback

10. Interesting Fact

At the beginning of the PowerPoint, a student writer asks for help revising her "One day..." lead. After each lead style is introduced, a lead of that type is shown that the writer could use. Therefore, students see all of the different options they have when writing a lead for one particular story.

The last ten slides of the PowerPoint show leads from well-known chapter books. Students identify which type(s) of leads each author used in each book.

A 5-page companion handout is included with this PowerPoint. Students can follow along on the handout, recording answers, as you advance through the PowerPoint.

Finally, a short explanation page for teachers is included with the interactive notebook entry.

Please check out the PREVIEW!

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This resource is also included in my WRITING LEADS AND ENDINGS BUNDLE: TWO POWERPOINTS. {CLICK HERE to check it out.}

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These PowerPoints cannot be edited due to the copyright requirements made by the contributing artists (clip art, font, background). You MAY, however, delete slides, if you wish.

Feel free to check out my other writing PowerPoints!

Copyright by Deb Hanson

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Total Pages
42 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
2 days
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