You must be a member of our "Writing Lesson of the Month" ning to post. The intended "mentor text" to use w hen teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon.
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The intended "mentor text" to use w hen teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon. To our loyal WritingFix users: A note for our teacher users: These lessons are posted so that you may borrow ideas from them, but our intention in providing this resource is not to give teachers a word-for-word script to follow.
Step one sharing the published model: A Bad Case of Stripes will intrigue a broad range of ages First, discuss how the author has taken a common problem that many children can relate to, and developed a story with VERY unique ideas about what happens when someone has this problem.
Unique ideas supported by emotional narration is something David Shannon is very good at. Thoroughly talk about these two things before taking students to the interactive prompt below.
It would probably be helpful to--as a class--chart a list of "Ordinary Problems Kids Experience. Step two introducing models of writing: In small groups, have your students read and respond to any or all of the student models that come with this lesson.
Inwe first began accepting students samples from teachers anywhere who use this lesson. Hundreds of new published students now go up at our site annually! Step three thinking and pre-writing: The interactive button choices on the Student Instructions Page can certainly inspire your students to begin generating ideas for this assignment, but you can certainly create a class brainstorm that accomplishes the same without being on the computer.
Once students have a title and an emotion chosen, have them plan their story in three parts: Introduce the character Introduce the problem Solve the problem Encourage students to plan their stories with equal attention to these three parts; this will help them have a thorough story.
As they plan each part, encurage them to choose and use strong details that will do two things: When students are done planning and ready to write, you can have them use this drafting sheet, which comes with an idea development checklist for them to fill out when the draft is done. WritingFix-user, Deborah Freezeshared this graphic organizer she designed for this lesson!
We share graphic organizers with our peers, we find them in books, and we think we should also be able to find tried-and-true ones online at WritingFix.
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To be able to post, you will need to be a member of our free Writing Lesson of the Month Network. Step four revising with specific trait language: Two tools for revision are provided below.
You can use one or both, depending on how much time you have to spend on this assignment.The intended "mentor text" to use w hen teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon.
Before writing, students should listen to and discuss the writing style of this book's author. I use A Bad Case of Stripes as a read-aloud during the first week of school to prompt discussion about why we worry about what others think, bullying, and learning to respect and accept differences in others.
This activity is centered around the cause and effect events found while reading A Bad Case of Stripes.
source: Texas Teaching Chicks #9 A Bad Case of Stripes 3rd Grade Unit. A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon is the perfect back to school read-aloud, and this unit is the best way to ensure your students get the most out of this lovable text.
# A Bad Case of the Stripes Lesson Reading/Writing, level: Elementary Posted Sat Apr 5 PDT by Meghan Webb (Meghan Webb).A Bad Case of the Stripes. If you've got lessons plans, videos, activities, or other ideas you'd like to contribute, we'd love to hear from you.
A Bad Case of Bullying: Using Literature Response Groups. Read aloud the book A Bad Case of Stripes. During preselected points during the reading, you may wish to stop and use think-aloud questions. The intended "mentor text" to use w hen teaching this on-line lesson is the picture book A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon.
Before writing, students should listen to and discuss the writing style of .