Writing Narratives [CCSS]

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Writing Barebones Narratives is practice for the Kindergartner and First Grader…

-To narrate a single event or several loosely connected events
-To sequence events in the order in which they occur
-To illustrate a single event or several loosely connected events in the order in which they occur
-To become familiar with essential new vocabulary terms
-To determine and then write a good topic for each narrative
-To write their name as the author of the barebones narratives
-To write their name as the illustrator of the event/s
-To create and form sentences
-To start a sentence with a capital letter
-To space between written words
-To add correct punctuation at the end of a sentence
-To show reading and writing comprehension of the narrative
-Kindergartners will include a reaction in their illustration and/or writing
-First graders will include details in their illustrations and/or writing
-First graders will use temporal words to signal event order
-First graders will include a sense of closure

Suggested Use:

-For kindergartners (who are “ready” for these skills)
-For first graders
-For others (who need review or remediation)

Materials Included:
-Product Cover
-Directions – p. i
-Materials Included – p. ii
-Example Answers – pp. iii – v
-CCSS for Kindergarten: W.K.3 – p. vi
-CCSS for First Grade: W.1.3 – p. vii
-Kindergarten example of a completed Barebones Narrative – p. viii
-First Grade example of a completed Barebones Narrative – p. ix
-Emoticons – 12 examples of emotional reactions – p. x
-Booklet cover for student: Writing Barebones Narratives - p. xi
-Writing Barebones Narratives: worksheets for students – pp. 1 – 20
-Differentiation - Two additional choices of templates - pp. 21, 22 (Emoticons may also be used)
-Clip art of main characters (for stick puppets) to use to retell each narrative – pp. 23 – 25
-Comprehension Game Questions – p. 25
-Flashcards for introduction to Essential Terms to Know - pp. 26, 27

-Activities:

Idea #1 – Stick puppets* to retell each barebones narrative

Idea #2 – Comprehension Game Questions*

TIP: Use the comprehension questions with any fictional narrative, all year long.

Idea #3 – Emoticon Game*

*Clip art is included; craft sticks are not.

Narrative, writing, sequence events, comprehension questions

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Writing Narratives [CCSS]
Writing Narratives [CCSS]
Writing Narratives [CCSS]
Writing Narratives [CCSS]