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  • 1. Writing Program Outline EETT + Writing + Making Movies
  • 2. RESOURCES COMPILED FROM: EETT PROJECT COORDINATOR GAIL DESLER AREA 3 WRITING PROJECT DANIELA THOMPSON ANGELA LUNA HEATHER KOCZIAN & KRISHNA HARRISON-MUNOZ
  • 3. Grammar (Part 1) Cover Nouns (Class President) Pronouns (Marble Champ) & (The Night Journey) Verbs (Juggling) Making Verb Interesting Show Not Tell - Worksheet for Verbs 1 Show Not Tell - Worksheet for Verbs 2 Sentences (The Abacus Contest) Sentence Variety Part One Part Two Subjects & Predicates (S.O.R. Losers)
  • 4. Introduce Writer’s Notebook A Side Table of Contents Notebook Rules Writing Atmosphere B Side Free Write Developing Writing Stamina Introduce Six Traits Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, Conventions
  • 5. Focus on 3 of the 6 Traits Ideas and Content Narrow Topic | Quality details = Showing | Questions are answered Organization Lead or Introduction | Sequencing/Order | Pacing = Slow or Quick Transitions | Conclusions Conventions Spelling, Punctuation, Capitalization, Grammar/Usage, Paragraphing Provide EXAMPLES of 5, 3, 1 writing Provide “Student-Friendly” rubric Ideas & Content, Organization, Conventions
  • 6. Grammar (Part 2) Cover Capitalizations (Galileo, Telescopes) Dates & Addresses Punctuation (Part 1) (Circ. Sq. Daggers, Mystery Mars, Stars) Parentheses, hyphens, dashes, ellipses Quotations Go over “Rules for Quotations” Conjunctions/Interjections (Strong as Ginger)
  • 7. FIRST MOVIE: Dialogue Write script based off of two people talking about a problem Discuss ways to solve problem Solve the problem Introduce Storyboard & New Student Video Producer Guide Camera Angles and Shots Movie Parameters: Use Title Use End Credits Examples of Dialogue Movies
  • 8. Narrative Writing Great Introductions 6 Ways Not to Start a Narrative The Limp Handshake/Zero Eye-Contact Intro The Never Ending Small Talk Intro The Stick-to-the-Facts Intro The Cliche Intro The Tell-All-About-Me Intro 6 Ways to Start Start with Dialogue Start with an Interesting Fact Start with a Strong Opinion or Feeling Start with a Single Word or Phrase Start with Something that Leaves the Reader Wondering Start with a Question
  • 9. Grammar (Part 3) Cover Adjectives (Galileo, Telescopes) & Adverbs (In Two Worlds) Showing Not Telling - Emotions/Body Worksheet Figurative Language Simile, Metaphor, Personification, Onomatopoeia Word-Association List What do you think of when I say: Girl, boy, store, park, car, country, chair, school, movies restaurants, dogs, bodies of water Five Senses See, Hear, Touch, Smell, Taste Introduce Graphic Organizer
  • 10. SECOND MOVIE: Action Write script based off of two people competing in a game Indoor i.e. Connect Four Outdoor i.e. Soccer Write a narrative (voiceover) to use during the establishing shot. Storyboard for action scene must have multiple shots Close-ups, extreme close-ups, far shots, etc. Use title, end credits NEW: Use music and voiceover Examples of Action Movies
  • 11. Persuasive Writing Fact or Fiction Facts are something that actually exists and that can be observed and studied objectively. Sentence 1: State the fact in the center Sentence 2: Stat the supporting examples Voting for Fairy Tale Characters Cinderella is lucky because She has a fairy godmother The prince falls in love with her She loses a show as a clue Other examples: Scary - White Witch, Fenris the Wolf Brave - Lucy, Strong - Aslan
  • 12. Persuasive Writing (Cont.) Opinion Frames I strongly/disagree with the statement because I think... I agree/disagree somewhat (a little) with the statement because I feel... but I also know/feel... I want you to agree/disagree with me because I think.... Another important reason to agree/disagree with me (consider my point of view) is... More Persuasive Sentence Frames One reason... My evidence is... Another reason... This is shown by... Furthermore/In addition to/also...
  • 13. Persuasive Writing (Cont.) Introduction Name the topic Get the reader involved State your opinion Summarize your response Body (one or more paragraphs) Give reasons for your opinions Give facts and examples to support your opinion Avoid using opinion to support opinion Conclusion (one paragraph) Restate your opinion Urge the reader to agree End with a POSITIVE statement
  • 14. THIRD MOVIE: Commercial Write script based on selecting a commonplace school item Give multiple reasons why people need to buy your product Include testimonials from other students Use titles, end credits, music, voiceover Examples of Commercial Movies