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Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
Camp write along lesson
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  • 1. I can evaluate effective hooks and closings and identify what makes themcomplete. I can create a closing on my own by using words or phrases from the hook to make it complete.
  • 2. Five Ways to Begin an Essay  Onomatopoeia Question Dialogue Use a quotation Restate the prompt
  • 3. Onomatopoeia Example  Hook- Click, click! That is the sound I heard as I was walking down the sidewalk in front of my house. Suddenly I found a penny that I will always cherish. Conclusion- I think of that penny often when I am walking on my sidewalk. It was a discarded penny, but now you know why it is a cherished coin.
  • 4. Question Hook  Have you ever found something really interesting? This is the story about a time I found something that changed my life. Turn and Talk to your Table and discuss a good two sentence conclusion.
  • 5. Question Hook  Have you ever found something really interesting? This is the story about a time I found something that changed my life. (Example Ending) Clink, clink. That is the sound of that penny going into my bank. That penny changed my life and I will keep it forever!
  • 6. Now it’s your turn!  “Find a penny, pick it up, and all the day you’ll have good luck.” That penny on the sidewalk was the start of a crazy day for me. Turn and Talk to your shoulder partner and create a two sentence conclusion.
  • 7. And Again!  One day I was walking down the sidewalk and found something really interesting. I couldn’t believe my eyes! Now create a two sentence conclusion on your own.
  • 8. Titles  I can create a title that represents the main idea of my composition.
  • 9. 5 Different Ways to Write a Title  Alliteration One-Word Mysterious Descriptive Time or Place
  • 10. Alliteration  Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? By Eric Carle “The Terrible Twisted Tooth” by Zach Write your own alliterative title.
  • 11. One-Word Title  Hoot by Carl Hiaasen “Gorilla” by A.J. Write your Own!
  • 12. Mysterious Titles  Emma Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree by Lauren Tarshis “The Day Was Totally Lost” by Jacqueline Write your Own!
  • 13. Descriptive Title  Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling “My First Ride on a Horse” by Emma Write your own!
  • 14. Time or Place  Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak “Up in the Treehouse” by Ethan Write your own!

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