- ELAGSE9-10W3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
Activator: I’m pretty sure this song is ridiculous and I love it.
Work Session: Today you guys are going to have a whole work day to make some headway on your picture books. I can send students 5 at a time to the media center to type – so that means one from half the groups can go during the first half of class, and one from the other half of the groups can go during the second half of class. (You ever write a word so much it starts to look wrong? That just happened to me with “half”.) You can only go after you show me your hand-written draft! I’m not sending people to the media center just to fiddle around 😛
For those who are here, I’ll pass out the art supplies and your papers and show you how to fold them to make the pages of your books. I’ll be laminating them when all is said and done, so you don’t need to worry about gluing the pages together or anything 🙂
Don’t forget to work on your cover art! Make it awesome!!
Closing Session: Picture book check in – anyone care to read their story aloud to the class?
Differentiation: Process – students can work on different aspects of the book; content – differentiated groupings.
Assessment: Checks for understanding throughout, picture book will be a major project grade.