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Educ 321 Wk 6 Power Point M Pettu S

  1. 1. Reasons to Write<br />Different <br />Modes, Forms, & Genres<br />Of Writing<br />
  2. 2. Writers write for many different reasons.<br />
  3. 3. Different Reasons to Write<br />To tell a story.<br />To give information.<br />To entertain, motivate<br /> & inspire.<br />
  4. 4. Tell a story.(The mode is a narrative)<br />FactualORFictional<br />
  5. 5. Tell a story.(Form & Purpose)<br />Recount<br />(To tell what happened.)<br />Narrate<br />(To entertain & engage the reader.)<br />
  6. 6. Tell a story.(Genres of Recounting)<br />Diaries & Journals<br />Tell what happened <br /> by writing about your <br /> personal experiences.<br />
  7. 7. Tell a story.(Genres of recounting)<br />Friendly Letters<br />Tell what happened <br />by writing a <br />friendly letter.<br />
  8. 8. Tell a story.(Genres of recounting)<br />Learning Logs<br />Tell what<br />happened by <br />writing about <br />what you <br />learned.<br />
  9. 9. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)<br />Imaginative<br />Entertain & engage <br />the reader with a story <br />from your imagination<br />about people, places, <br />or events that do not <br />happen in real life. <br />
  10. 10. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)<br />Realistic Fiction<br />Entertain & engage the <br />reader with a story<br />from your imagination<br />about people, places, <br />or events that could <br />happen in real life.<br />
  11. 11. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)<br />Folktales<br />Fairy Tales<br />Fables<br />Tall Tales<br />Myths<br /><ul><li>Stories that have been told over and over again from a long time ago.
  12. 12. Stories that were usually spoken before they were finally written down.
  13. 13. We don’t always know who the original author of these stories are.</li></li></ul><li>Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)<br />Fairy Tales<br />Imaginative stories<br />with magical people, <br />places, or events.<br />
  14. 14. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)<br />Fables<br />Stories that <br /> usually teach a<br /> lesson or moral. <br />Animals <br /> often act<br /> like people.<br />
  15. 15. Tell a story.(Genres of narrating)<br />Tall Tales<br />Stories about heroes<br />who are often real people,<br />but are bigger & stronger<br />than real people.<br />John Henry<br />Paul Bunyan<br />Johnny Appleseed<br />
  16. 16. Give information.(The mode is expository)<br />Write about how <br />to do something.<br />Procedure<br />Report<br />Explain<br />Persuade<br />
  17. 17. Give Information.(Genres of procedure)<br />Procedure<br />Write about how to do something.<br />“How to” instructions<br />Problem solving steps<br />Directions<br />Rules<br />Recipes<br />Schedules<br />Science experiments<br />
  18. 18. Rules<br />Do not commit fouls.<br />Do not double dribble.<br />Pass the ball.<br />Shoot the ball.<br />Instructions<br /><ul><li>Step 1: open the</li></ul> package.<br /><ul><li>Step 2: sort the pieces.
  19. 19. Step 3: assemble the pieces
  20. 20. Step 4: tighten the screws.</li></ul>Procedure<br />Science experiments<br />Take 10 steps to the right, then 15 steps to the left.<br /> 8:00 – eat breakfast<br /> 9:00 – watch cartoons<br />10:00 – play outside<br />11:00 – play video games<br />12:00 – eat lunch<br /> 1:00 – read a book<br /> 2:00 - take a nap<br />Recipes<br />Directions<br />
  21. 21. Give information.(Genres of reporting)<br />Report<br />Write to tell about or describe something.<br />Lists, labels, & captions<br />Answers to questions<br />Research reports<br />Book reports<br />Business letters<br />Brochures<br />Newspaper & magazine articles<br />
  22. 22. Report<br />Research Reports<br />Answers to Questions<br />Magazine & Newspaper Articles<br />Lists, Labels & Captions<br />Business Letters<br />Brochures<br />
  23. 23. Give information(Genres of explaining)<br />Explain<br />Write to show how something works<br />or how something happens.<br />Informational sentences<br />Informational posters<br />Answers to questions<br />Thank you letters<br />
  24. 24. Explain<br />Dear Mom, <br /> Thank you very much for not serving brussel sprouts for dinner anymore. <br />Sincerely,<br />Max<br />Answers to Questions<br />Thank You Letters<br />Informational Sentences & Informational Posters<br />
  25. 25. Give information.(Genres of persuasion)<br />Persuade<br />Write to convince someone <br />to believe or do something.<br />Advertisements<br />Letters to the editor<br />Letters to request<br />Book reviews<br />
  26. 26. Persuade<br />Letters to the Editor<br />Book Reviews<br />Advertisements<br />Letters to Request<br />
  27. 27. Entertain ~ Motivate ~ Inspire(Genres of poetry)<br />Poetry<br />Write poetry to entertain, motivate & inspire.<br />Chants & rhymes<br />Patterned poetry<br />Cinquains, diamontes, & septaines<br />Ballads & Haiku<br />Limericks & classic formats<br />Lyrics<br />
  28. 28. Poetry<br />“Put Something In”<br />By Shel Silverstein<br />Draw a crazy picture,<br />Write a nutty poem,<br />Sing a mumble-gumble song,<br />Whistle through your comb.<br />Do a loony-goony dance<br />‘Cross the kitchen floor,<br />Put something silly in the world<br />That ain’t been there before.<br />

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