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Table of Contents, Note to the Teacher page 3, Common Core Standards pages 4 5. Teacher Overview lessons pages 6 7, Personal Narrative Anchor Chart page 8. Ideas Worksheet page 9, Finding a Small Moment Anchor Chart page 10. Small Moment Graphic Organizer page 11, Strong Lead Anchor Chart page 12. Strong Lead Worksheet page 13, Sequence Anchor Charts pages 14 15.
Transition Words Anchor Chart page 16, Sequencing Graphic Organizer page 17. Show Not Tell Anchor Chart page 18, Show Not Tell Worksheet page 19. Sensory Details Anchor Chart page 20, Sensory Details Worksheet page 21. Using Dialogue Anchor Chart page 22, Dialogue Worksheet page 23. Powerful Endings Anchor Chart page 24, Self Peer Editing Checklists page 25.
Writing Paper for Final Copy pages 26 27, Publisher s Party Sign page 28. Publisher s Chair Sign page 29, Personal Narrative Rubric page 30. Note to the, Teacher , The teacher overview, is an overview of my lesson plans I. use the anchor charts to begin my, mini lesson then use the worksheets. to review the concept being taught, that day The students are working.
on their personal narratives, throughout the entire unit I have. my students keep their writing in a, drafting folder until they are. ready, to publish , I actually printed the anchor charts. and hung them in my classroom as, I was teaching this unit If you prefer. larger anchor charts on chart paper , you could use these for ideas and make your own .
Personal Narrative, CCSS, 3rd Grade, CCSS ELA Literacy W 3 3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events. using effective technique descriptive details and clear event sequences . CCSS ELA Literacy W 3 3a Establish a situation and introduce a narrator and or. characters organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally Day 2 Small Moment . Day 3 Strong Lead and Day 4 Sequence , CCSS ELA Literacy W 3 3b Use dialogue and descriptions of actions thoughts and. feelings to develop experiences and events or show the response of characters to. situations Day 5 Adding Dialogue Day 6 Show Don t Tell Sensory Details . CCSS ELA Literacy W 3 3c Use temporal words and phrases to signal event order Day 4. Sequence , CCSS ELA Literacy W 3 3d Provide a sense of closure Day 7 Strong Ending . 4th Grade, CCSS ELA Literacy W 4 3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events. using effective technique descriptive details and clear event sequences . CCSS ELA Literacy W 4 3a Orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a. narrator and or characters organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally Day 2 . Small Moment Day 3 Strong Lead and Day 4 Sequence . CCSS ELA Literacy W 4 3b Use dialogue and description to develop experiences and. events or show the responses of characters to situations Day 5 Adding Dialogue . Day 6 Show Don t Tell Sensory Details , CCSS ELA Literacy W 4 3c Use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the.
sequence of events Day 4 Sequence , CCSS ELA Literacy W 4 3d Use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to. convey experiences and events precisely Day 6 Show Don t Tell Sensory Details . CCSS ELA Literacy W 4 3e Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated. experiences or events Day 7 Strong Ending , Personal Narrative. CCSS, 5th Grade, CCSS ELA Literacy W 5 3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events. using effective technique descriptive details and clear event sequences . CCSS ELA Literacy W 5 3a Orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a. narrator and or characters organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally Day 2 . Small Moment Day 3 Strong Lead and Day 4 Sequence . CCSS ELA Literacy W 5 3b Use narrative techniques such as dialogue description and. pacing to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to. situations Day 5 Adding Dialogue Day 6 Show Don t Tell Sensory Details . CCSS ELA Literacy W 5 3c Use a variety of transitional words phrases and clauses to. manage the sequence of events Day 4 Sequence , CCSS ELA Literacy W 5 3d Use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to. convey experiences and events precisely Day 6 Show Don t Tell Sensory Details . CCSS ELA Literacy W 5 3e Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated. experiences or events Day 7 Strong Ending , Teacher Overview.
Day lesson materials, Discuss What is a, personal narrative Materials . Day One Share Anchor Chart Personal Narrative, Anchor Chart. Ideas Personal Narrative Ideas, Students complete sheet. the Narrative Ideas, sheet , Discuss Small, Moments Materials . Day Two Small Moment Anchor, Small Moment Students complete.
Chart, Small Moments Circle Map, the small moment. circle map , Discuss Strong Leads, Complete the strong leads. worksheet together Materials , Day Three Strong Leads Anchor. Strong Lead Choose a strong lead , write a beginning. Chart, Strong Lead Worksheet, paragraph for personal.
narrative , Discuss Sequence , Day Four Transition words. Materials , Sequence Write the middle of their Sequence Anchor Chart. personal narrative in Transitions Anchor Chart, sequential order using. transition words , Discuss How dialogue, adds detail and how to. appropriately write, Day Five dialogue Complete, Materials .
dialogue worksheet , Adding Dialogue Anchor Chart. Dialogue Worksheet, Dialogue Students should add at. least two dialogue, sentences to personal, narrative . Teacher Overview, Day lesson materials, Discuss Showing. your feelings rather, than telling them , Day Six Sensory Details.
Materials , Show Don t Tell Complete the show Show Not Tell. not tell sensory Anchor Chart, Sensory Details details worksheet Show Not Tell. You may choose to split worksheet, this up into two days Add showing. sentences sensory, details to personal, narratives . Discuss Strong, Day Seven Ending Materials , Students write an.
Strong Ending ending to their, Strong Ending Anchor. Chart, personal narrative, Students will use the self. Day Eight edit checklist and the peer Materials , edit checklist to edit their Peer Edit Checklist. Editing personal narrative Self Edit Checklist, Day Nine Students will write the. Publish final copy of their personal Materials , narrative Paper for final copy .
Teacher uses rubric to grade personal narratives . Materials , Day Ten Students will share their Whatever makes your. Publisher s personal narratives with students feel special . proud of their writing for, their classmates , Party example a publisher s. chair , personal, Narrative, Tells about an event that. happened to you , Personal Narrative, Ideas, A New Pet Best Day A Time You. or Worst Day Learned, Something New, A Birthday Party First Day A Vacation Place.
of School You Visited, A Scary Moment Family Most Embarrassing. Memory Moment, Very specific , y, or, Not too. many, St details , ed, , Se, i n The most, e d important part of a. om, Zo big story , Personal Narrative, Finding a Small Moment. Not focused Too broad , any, o m, To ails l o n.
det m e, t e r, Not zoomed a, w top i c, in enough . Personal Narrative, Small Moment , Small Moment. Details, Create a, Strong Lead with , an action . a snapshot , a flashback , a question , onomatopoeia . dialogue i v e, r a t, N a r, n a l, r s o, pe.
Writing a Strong Lead, Here are some examples of ways you can start a personal narrative with. a strong lead Read the example and then write your own for your small. moment , My Small Moment , Dialogue talking Look out shouted my best friend . , , Onomatopoeia sound effect Whizzzz sounded the ball as it. flew by my head , , , Action Lead I leapt out of the way like I was on fire as the ball. flew right by head , , , Snapshot The ball quickly flew by my head and I wondered why.
it even came in my direction , , , Question Have you ever been in a situation where you were. scared for your life , , , Flashback It was a typical day at recess until I saw my life flash. before my eyes , , , Sequence, Beginning The beginning. catches the reader s attention , Middle The middle gives details. and examples of what happened, during the small moment .
Ending The ending tells, how you feel now what you. learned or how you were changed , Sequence, Good writers. write their story, in order of how, it happened . CCSS ELA Literacy W 5 3b Use narrative techniques such as dialogue description and pacing to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations

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