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    • Storyboard for BookBuilder Title of the Book: 6+ Writing TraitsContent Area: Writing Genre: Fantasy Grade Level: 2nd Select your coaches. When you start your book: Coaches are used to provide the reader with supports to help them become strategic and to stay engaged with TINA TRAIT learning. You can decide how you want - teaches the traits to the student the coaches to help, what to name them, and what kind of support they should offer. It helps to create one consistent role for each coach. The coach will read whatever you type. REMINDER ROB - provides feedback to the student https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/LYY_Yin aCr1M_8WYad9SuOY3Tlt- VV6B7FRZeiMCGjBotE0XqK3A Cast of Characters Ivana Right Microsoft Clip Art Gallery Fairy WriteMother http://camillaunlimited.files.wordpress.com/ 2011/02/fairy-godmother.jpg
    • Ms. Writesalot Microsoft Clip Art GalleryPage 1 – Title Page Element Image & Copyright None Information Size, Color Text 6+ Writing Traits (Sans Serif, 20 pt. Font, Black) Size, Color Created By Erin Schneider , Kayla Smith, Leslie Bussey, and Katie Rollins (Sans Serif, 14 pt. Font, Black Text, White Background) Coach TINA Introduction to Tina Trait. Tina Trait will explain each of the 6+ Writing Traits to the student (Ivana Right and the students using the book). Coach ROB Introduction to Reminder Rob. Reminder Rob will provide positive feedback to the student (Ivana Right and the students using the book).Page 2 - Standard and Learning Objectives Element Image & Copyright NONE Information Size, Color Text Standard 2-4 (Writing: Developing Written Communication): Size, Color “The student creates writing that includes a clear focus, coherent organization, sufficient elaboration, effective voice, and appropriate use of conventions.” • Students will be able to: ◦ Explain each of the 6+ Writing Traits ◦ Determine effective writing by analyzing writing samples ◦ Apply the 6+ traits in their own writing (Sans Serif, 14 pt. Font, Black Text)
    • Page 3 – Introduction to 6+ Writing Traits Element Image & Copyright Takes place in a second grade classroom with a teacher and female student, Information Ivana Right, who is the main character of our book. Size, Color Text “Welcome to our Second Grade Class. This year we are going to learn about a Size, Color lot of interesting information, including the 6+ Writing Traits,” says Ms. Writesalot. “Hmm,” Ivana Right thinks, “What are the 6+ Writing Traits? I’m eager to find out!” All of a sudden a small bright light enters the classroom and lands on Ivan’s desk. Audio Coach TINA Wow!! I really like these Write Trait things! I can’t wait to teach them to you! Coach ROB I do too... I can’t wait to help and provide some cool hints about them!!! Student Response NONEPage 4 - Introduction to Trait #1: IDEAS Element Image & Copyright Takes place in Ivana Right’s 2nd grade classroom where Fairy WriteMother Information appears to assist her. Size, Color Text “Hello Ivana, I’m the fairy WriteMother. I am going to help you with the 6+ Size, Color Writing Traits so follow me and we’ll figure this out together! Did you know that the first one is IDEAS? To begin writing with these traits, we need a topic. Our topic today will be about the fair. Think, IVANA, What do you know about the fair?” “Hmm,” says Ivana, “When I think of the fair, it reminds me of candy, popcorn, rides, and tickets.” “Exactly!” WriteMother replies. “Those are your ideas. Now let’s begin our writing on a time that you went to the fair.” Coach TINA Ideas are your main message! This is what you want to write about! Coach ROB Think about what you already know about the topic. What kind of details could you include in your writing? Student Response Think about an idea that you know a lot about.
    • Page 5 – Student Example with Trait #1: Ideas Element Image & Copyright In this scene, Ivana is writing with Fairy WriteMother beside her. The text on Information the page is what Ivana is writing about the topic. Size, Color Face Painting Roller Tickets Coaster Tasty Food The Fair October (Hotdogs) Elephant Games Ears Winning Prizes (Bear) Text We will show a graphic organizer of going to the fair, including the key words Size, Color October, Roller Coaster, Face Painting, Games, Winning a Bear, Elephant Ears, Hot Dogs, and Tickets. Coach TINA Brainstorming helps us come up with ideas. Do all of your ideas stick to the topic?? Coach ROB Did you know that we can brainstorm our ideas using a graphic organizer? It may help you to think about the topic first and then jot down a few ideas. Student Response Which graphic organizer would you like to use to brainstorm your ideas? (graphic organizer pictures here)
    • Page 6 – Student Checklist with Trait #1: Ideas Element Image & Copyright Blank Graphic Organizers Information Fairy WriteMother Checklist: Size, Color Did I write using an idea I know a lot about? Do all of my sentences tall about my idea? Did I add lots of details about my idea? Text “Now it’s your turn,” says Fairy WriteMother, “Can you help Ivana fill out her Size, Color organizer about going to the fair?” Coach TINA What details do you know about the fair? Coach ROB Remember to stay on topic and use details that work with the main idea. Student Response NONEPage 7 – Introduction to Trait #2: Organization Element Image & Copyright In this scene, FairyWrite Mother is with Ivana and begins to teach her about the Information second trait, Organization. Size, Color Hamburger Text “Ivana, you have some ideas, and they are fantastic” says Fairy Write Mother, Size, Color “Now we have to determine how you are going to ORGANIZE your paper. Let’s think of a hamburger where the top bun is your beginning, the meat and cheese are your details (from your ideas), and the bottom bun is your ending.” Coach TINA Organization is your beginning, middle, and end. Choose a BOLD beginning, a MIGHTY middle and an EXCELLENT ending to organize your writing. Coach ROB Remember to stay on your topic and use supporting details. Also, make sure your ideas “make sense”! Student Response What details do you want to add to your writing?
    • PAGE 8 – Student Example with Trait #2: Organization Element Image & Copyright Takes place with Fairy WriteMother beside Ivana while she is writing a story Information about the fair. Size, Color Text Ivana begins writing, “I went to the fair in October. I went to the fair with my Size, Color mom and dad. We had a lot of fun. I saw the elephants. I rode on a roller coaster. I ate lots of food. I had lemonade. I ate a corn dog with cheese. When it was dark we saw fireworks. I had fun. I think you should go to the fair too!” THE END Coach TINA Did you include a BOLD beginning, a MIGHTY middle and an EXCELLENT ending? Coach ROB Remember the information you learned from Tina Trait about Ideas and Organization. Student Response NONEPAGE 9 – Student Checklist with Trait #2: Organization Element Image & Copyright Fairy WriteMother Information Empty boxes that shows a beginning, middle and end Size, Color Checklist: Did I organize by writing a bold beginning? Did I organize by writing a mighty middle? Did I organize by writing an exciting ending? Text “Now, it’s your turn,” says Fairy WriteMother, “Can you create a BOLD Size, color beginning, MIGHTY middle and EXCELLENT ending with your story about the fair?” Coach TINA Remember your MIGHTY middle should be filled with lots of details! Coach ROB Remember to begin your story with a sentence that “hooks” the reader and end it with a sentence that the reader will be able to remember when he/she thinks back on your story. Student Response NONE
    • PAGE 10 – Introduction to Trait #3: Voice Element Image & Copyright In this scene, Ivana is still with Fairy WriteMother as they begin to discuss the Information third trait, Voice. Size, Color Microphone Text “Okay, Voice is our third trait,” states Fairy WriteMother, “When I read your Size, Color writing, it doesn’t really sound like you. Your words are rather plain. Write how you would sound so that the reader knows that it’s you.” Ivana replies, “Okay, Fairy WriteMother, I think I can do that!!” Coach TINA Voice is your personal tone! No two people write the exact same way! Every writing has a mood, is it a happy, sad, or funny story? Coach ROB Remember to write as if you are telling an exciting story! Is the reader able to tell that it’s me in my writing? Also, don’t forget to include the mood of the story--How did you feel when you went to the fair? Student Response Does your writing sound like you would tell it?PAGE 11 – Student Example with Trait #3: Voice Element Image & Copyright In this scene, Fairy WriteMother watches as Ivana continues to write her story Information with Voice. Size, Color Text Ivana writes, “I went to the fair in October. It was really cool! I went to the fair Size, Color with my mom and dad. We had a lot of fun. I saw the elephants. They were so big that they looked like giants! I rode on a roller coaster. It was the one that went really fast! I ate lots of food. I had lemonade. I ate a corn dog with cheese. I was so full. When it was dark, we saw fireworks. They were really pretty. I had fun. I think you should go to the fair too!” Coach TINA Imagine telling your story to a friend. What would you say? Write your story like you would say it. Coach ROB Remember to include voice in your writing. Can the reader tell that it’s you and hear the mood in your story? Student Response What mood does your story show? Happy? Excited? Sad? Tired? Determined? Scared?
    • PAGE 12 – Student Checklist with Trait #3: Voice Element Image & Copyright Checklist: Information Does my writing sound like me? Size, Color Did I show my mood in my story? Text Ivana reads her story out loud to herself. As she reads she is asking herself, Size, Color “Does this sound like something I would say?” Coach TINA Use the checklist to see if your writing sounds like you and you are showing the mood in your story. Coach ROB Remember the information that Tina Trait has discussed with you about Ideas, Organization, and Voice. You are doing a great job! Student Response NONEPAGE 13 – Introduction to Trait #4: Word Choice Element Image & Copyright In this scene, Fairy WriteMother and IVANA are surrounded by a bunch of Information words. Size, Color Text “Now that you have a great story, that stays on topic and sounds like you, you Size, Color have to spice it up a little by using our fourth trait, Word Choice,” says Fairy WriteMother. “You can change some of those words by finding their synonyms. It will make your writing sound AMAZING, instead of just GOOD.” Coach TINA Word choice is the vocabulary words you use to describe the story. Use your senses to think about describing words. Coach ROB Remember to use colorful and interesting words. Are you speaking to the reader in a clear way? Have you used the “Word Wall” words that you’ve learned this year correctly? Are the words describing your trip to the fair? Could the reader visualize a picture with the words that you’re using in your story? Student Response Did you use some really interesting words that help to make a picture in the readers’ minds?
    • PAGE 14 – Student Example with Trait #4: Word Choice Element Image & Copyright Fairy WriteMother and IVANA continue with Word Choice as they are Information surrounded by a bunch of words. Size, Color Text “Okay, so now I have to change some of my words,” says Ivana. Size, Color “I went to the fair in October. It was really a freezing night! I went to the fair with my mom and dad. We had a spectacular time! I saw the huge, gray, elephants. They were so enormous that they looked like giants! I rode on a scary roller coaster, called the Screwdriver.. It was the one that went really fast! I ate lots of food. I had a large lemonade made with real lemons and lots of sugar. I ate a corn dog with cheese. I ate so much that my stomach hurt! When it was dark, we saw fireworks that lit up the sky! They were really pretty. I had so much fun. I think you should go to the fair too!” Coach TINA Try to use interesting words instead of ordinary words, and begin your sentences in different ways, too. Coach ROB Remember to speak to the reader in a clear way using describing words from our classroom “Word Wall”. Speak to the reader so that they can visualize your trip to the fair. Student ResponsePAGE 15 – Student Checklist with Trait #4: Word Choice Element Image & Copyright Checklist: Information Did I begin my sentences different ways? Did I use interesting words instead of ordinary words? Size, Color Text “Now it’s your turn,” states Fairy WriteMother, “Can you change your words Size, Color into interesting words?” Coach TINA Coach ROB Remember the information that Tina Trait has taught you about Ideas, Organization, Voice, and Word Choice. Are the words colorful, interesting, and describing words? Your story sure is coming along and sounds great! Student Response
    • PAGE 16 – Introduction to Trait #5: Sentence Fluency Element Image & Copyright Fairy WriteMother with Ivana Information Size, Color Rulers and Music Notes Text “Ivana, have you ever listened to music?” asked Fairy WriteMother. “You know Size, Color how one word just flows with the rest, well that is our next trait which is Sentence Fluency. Check the beginning of your sentences to make sure they all start in a different way. If they do, then you have sentence fluency.” Coach TINA Sentence fluency is the flow of your writing. Sentences should begin differently. Coach ROB Does your story sound smooth when you read it aloud? Are your sentences in a logical order? Do your sentences vary in length? Do they begin and end differently? Student ResponsePAGE 17 – Student Example with Trait #5: Sentence Fluency Element Image & Copyright Fairy WriteMother and Ivana Information Size, Color Ivana continues to write her story about going to the fair. Text Ivana explicitly writes, “It was a freezing night in October and I went to the fair Size, Color with my mom and dad. We had a spectacular time! The first thing that we did was walk into a huge tent, and there I saw the huge, gray, elephants. They were so enormous that they looked like giants! My favorite part was when I got to ride on a scary roller coaster, called the Screwdriver. It went so fast that I thought I was going to fly out! I ate lots of food. My dad bought me a large lemonade made with real lemons and lots of sugar. One of the best things to eat at the fair is a corn dog with cheese. I ate so much that my stomach hurt! When it was dark we saw fireworks that lit up the sky! They were all really pretty. I had fun. I think you should go to the fair too!” Coach TINA Do all of your sentences begin with ‘I’? Coach ROB Remember to place your sentences in a logical order and also begin the sentences with different words and varying lengths. Student Response
    • PAGE 18 – Student Checklist with Trait #5: Sentence Fluency Element Image & Copyright Checklist: Information Did I begin my sentences different ways? Size, Color Does my writing sound smooth and flow like music? Can my writing be read aloud easily? Text Check your writing using the checklist. Read your story out loud and make sure Size, Color it makes sense! Coach TINA The checklist will help you remember what is important about sentence fluency. Coach ROB Remember the information that Tina Trait has explained to you about Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, and Sentence Fluency. Wow! You have really impressed me as you’ve learned about these traits and displayed them in your writing! Student ResponsePAGE 19 – Introduction to Trait #6: Conventions Element Image & Copyright In this scene, Fairy WriteMother introduces the last trait, Conventions, to Ivana Information with a Red Pen in her hand. Size, Color Text “Ivana, I am very proud of you,” states Fairy WriteMother. “You have done such Size, Color a fantastic job creating a story about going to the fair, and I have learned so much! There is just one more thing that you have to do. You need to check over your writing for mistakes. The last trait we are going to explore is called, Conventions.” Coach TINA The last trait, conventions, requires you to look at your story and determine errors in spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. I know you’re tired, but this step is very important so make sure that you edit and proofread your story! Coach ROB Remember to check your writing and make sure ALL of the words are spelled correctly. Did you use capital letters at the beginning of your sentences and for important words? Did you display the correct punctuation at the end of your sentences? Have you edited and proofread your story? Student Response
    • PAGE 20 – Student Example with Trait #6: Conventions Element Image & Copyright Fairy WriteMother accompanies Ivana as she checks over her story. Information Size, Color Text THIS WILL BE THE EDITED VERSION OF THE PAPER. Size, Color Ivana proofreads and edits her story searching for errors in spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. It was a freezing night in October and I went to the fair with my mom and dad. We had a spectacular time! The first thing that we did was walk into a huge tent, and there I saw the huge, gray, elephants. They were so enormous that they looked like giants! My favorite part was when I got to ride on a scary roller coaster, called the Screwdriver. It went so fast that I thought I was going to fly out! I enjoyed lots of food. My dad bought me a large lemonade made with real lemons and lots of sugar. One of the best things to eat the fair is a corn dog with cheese. I ate so much that my stomach hurt! When it was dark we saw fireworks that lit up the entire sky! They were really pretty. I had so much fun. I think you should go to the fair too! Coach TINA You want to make sure that you are using the information that we have learned this year during our writing lessons. Coach ROB Remember to check for errors in spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Student ResponsePAGE 21 – Student Checklist with Trait #6: Conventions Element Image & Copyright Checklist: Information Did I spell the “No Excuses” words correctly? Did I begin all sentences with capitals and end all sentences with the correct Size, Color punctuation? Did I reread my story? Text / Size, Color Use this list to check your writing for proper conventions. Coach TINA The 6+ Writing Traits help us remember ALL of the important parts of our writing! Coach ROB Remember the information that Tina Trait has explained and discussed with you about all of the 6+ Writing Traits (Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, and Conventions). I can really see that you have learned a great deal of information with your writing today. You are such a star writer! Write On!
    • PAGE 22 – Conclusion of the 6+ Writing Traits – IVANA is SUCCESSFUL WITH ALL OF THE TRAITS Element Image & Copyright Finally, Ivana and Fairy WriteMother are back in the classroom together to Information discuss Ivana’s success. Size, Color Text “Wow Ivana, I am so proud of you,” says Fairy WriteMother. “You have done Size, Color such a fantastic job using all of the 6+ Writing Traits to write your story. It wasn’t that hard, was it?” “No, it was actually really easy once I put it into steps” replies Ivana, “kind of like solving a puzzle.” Coach TINA Your story shows exemplary writing because you learned and applied each of the 6+ Writing Traits. Coach ROB Remember these traits when you begin to write your next story! Great job, Ivana, Write On! Student Response