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September 14, 2005
Wednesday, September 21

Materials:
Write Source – pg. 102-104

Warm Up:
Why is it important to plan, draft, revise, edit, and publish a personal narrative?

Activity 1:
Read aloud Stephanie’s Ponytail and discuss examples of understanding conclusions. Students will need to have readers understand and draw conclusions from their narrative writing piece.

Activity 2:
You’ve identified some possible experiences to write about. Now you need to think about what you have learned from each of them. Make a chart with the 3 experiences you starred from the sentence starters on the left side of the paper and the lesson learned from each experience on the right side of the paper. Then circle the experience you could write about in your narrative. Write nonstop about your circled topic for 5 minutes to see what you remember. Also answer the 5 W and H questions about your topic. If you can’t come up with enough details try another topic. Refer to page 103 in Write Source.

Homework:
Read your challenging chapter book for 30 min. and write an entry on your reading log.
Night Write: Write nonstop for 15 minutes about your topic to see what you can remember.

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