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Mhms Narrative Writing Preservice PD

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Stallings & Fairbanks presents Common Core Narrative Writing for MHMS PreService PD

Stallings & Fairbanks presents Common Core Narrative Writing for MHMS PreService PD

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  • 5 mins to discuss w/ others at table. Discuss reluctance
  • Emphasize real or imagined– cross curricular use
  • ASK: How would a student do this?
  • What graphic organizer should be on the back?
  • What should we say about the rubrics?
  • 15 minutes. How to share out w whole group?
  • 10 mins to explain
  • 5 mins per prompt. How to structure?
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    • 1. Narrative Writing
      Common Core Writing Workshop
    • 2. What is narrative writing?
      Why should non-English teachers care about narrative writing?
      Discuss these questions
      at your table
      List your ideas on your
      Narrative Writing Notes
      Warm-Up: What Is Narrative Writing?
    • 3. Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, relevant descriptive details, and well-structured event sequences
      Narrative Writing: W3 CCR Anchor Standard
    • 4. For each of the 5 Grade Specific Standards, answer this question on your Narrative Writing Notes:
      How would a student meet this standard? What would he or she have to do?
      Grade Specific Standards
    • 5. a. Engage and orient the reader by establishing a context and point of view and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally and logically.
      By 7th grade
      Grade Specific Standards for Narrative Writing
    • 6. Prewrite
      Focus on an experience or event
      Develop characters and conflict
      Outline the plot
      Draft
      Consider role of characters
      Reveal conflict
      Introduce a plausible plot
      Establish the role of the narrator and characters
      GSS a. Essential Skills and Knowledge
    • 7. b. Use narrative techniques such as dialogue, pacing, description, and reflection, to develop experiences, events, and/or characters
      Grade Specific Standards for Narrative Writing
    • 8. Create a draft
      Apply prior knowledge of elements of characterization and plot
      Write using standard language conventions
      Choose language precisely and concisely
      Apply knowledge of syntax and grammar
      GSS b. Essential Skills and Knowledge
    • 9. c. Use a variety of transition words, phrases, and clauses to convey sequence, signal shifts from one time frame or setting to another, and show the relationships among experiences and events.
      By 8th grade
      Grade Specific Standards for Narrative Writing
    • 10. Use transition words purposefully
      Choose words purposefully
      Use grade appropriate vocabulary
      GSS c. Essential Skills and Knowledge
    • 11. d. Use precise words and phrases, relevant descriptive details, and sensory language to capture the action and convey experiences of events
      By 7th grade
      Grade Specific Standards for Narrative Writing
    • 12. Use grade appropriate vocabulary
      Use print and electronic resources to clarify word meanings
      Use figures of speech
      GSS d. Essential Skills and Knowledge
    • 13. e. Provide a conclusion that follows from and reflects on the narrated experiences or events.
      By 7th grade
      Grade Specific Standards for Narrative Writing
    • 14. Draft a conclusion
      Revise language choices
      Edit for grammar and syntax
      Prepare a final product
      GSS e. Essential Skills and Knowledge
    • 15. Instructional Snapshot
    • 16. Skills Assessed on Rubrics:
      Engagement of the reader
      Narrative techniques
      Sequence and transitions
      Plot
      Conclusion
      Command of conventions
      Narrative Writing Rubrics
    • 17. Step 1: Read all 3 narrative anchor papers (10 minutes)
      Step 2: Discuss these questions at your table and list your answers on your Narrative Writing Notes (5 minutes)
      Which standards for narrative writing are demonstrated in the 6th grade anchor paper?
      How do the 7th and 8th grade anchor papers reflect an increase in rigor of the standards for narrative writing?
      Narrative Writing Anchor Papers
    • 18. Students think narrative writing must be fictional
      Students think that narrative writing cannot be combined with research or factual information
      Students think that it is more important to write a lot and be very descriptive rather than to select details purposefully
      Misconceptions About Narrative Writing
    • 19. Forms of Narrative Writing For Use Across Content Areas
      May Be Mostly Fictional
      May Include Factual Components
      Imaginative narrative
      Narrative poem
      Comic strip
      Play/skit/dialogue
      Myth
      Fable
      Folktale
      Personal narrative
      Narrative essay
      Narrative poem
      Play/skit/dialogue
      Biography/autobiography
      Journal
      Historical fiction
    • 20. Pretend your favorite book character or comic book character came to life for a day. Write a story for your classmates about the character that came to life for a day.
      In what context could this prompt be used?
      Sample Narrative Writing Prompt
    • 21. Weather can affect your life. Think about a time in your life when you have been affected by some kind of weather. Tell about your experience so that other young people can understand what it was like.
      In what context could this prompt be used?
      Sample Narrative Writing Prompt
    • 22. Think of a time when you disagreed with a decision that had been made and did something about it. Write a paper that narrates the events that occurred -- from the decision that was made to your response. Be sure that your paper gives enough details that your readers understand why you disagreed with the decision and why you felt that your response was appropriate.
      In what context could this prompt be used?
      Sample Narrative Writing Prompt
    • 23. Imagine you are a soldier in the Revolutionary War. You find yourself pinned down by a wave of enemy troops. Write a story telling readers what your experience is like.
      In what context could this prompt be used?
      Sample Narrative Writing Prompt
    • 24. Write a story about something that has been recycled, like a can, newspaper, or plastic bag, and its adventures along the way.
      In what context could this prompt be used?
      Sample Narrative Writing Prompt
    • 25. Great Source Write
      Education Place
      Worksheet Place
      Web English Teacher
      Narrative Writing Prompts
      Tools to Teach Narrative Writing

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