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September 28, 2005
Monday, October 3

Write Source – pg.113-124

Narrative Writing Checklist and Rubric
Writing Analysis

Papers Collected To Be Grades:
Outline for Writing a Personal Narrative
Students have worked on this document since Sept. 22.

Warm Up:
What are some differences between revising and editing?

Activity 1:
Discuss the keys to effective revising on pg. 113. Review the specific areas of revising on pg. 114-124

Activity 2:
Students will apply the keys to effective revising to their rough draft.

Activity 3:
Students will complete the Writing Analysis handout. Further revising will occur after the completion of this document. Students will need to make sure that no two sentences begin with the same word.

• Read for 30 minutes each night in a challenging chapter book. Complete an entry on your reading log.
• Night Write:
Finish the rough draft of writing piece and continue the revising process that was started in class. Try to read this personal narrative aloud to a parent, sibling, or friend. Students should refer to the Narrative Writing Rubric on the back of the Narrative Writing Checklist to assist in this assignment.

Remember: the 1st draft of your beginning paragraph, middle paragraphs, and ending paragraph must be written in pencil on every other line. These paragraphs should be typed on the Prentice Hall site, as well, if possible.

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