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Bunny Loves to Write Lesson Plan
Transcript of Bunny Loves to Write Lesson Plan
We are going to write an around the class story with the starting line being:
Once upon a time there was a hedgehog named Gwen, she is going on a treasure hunt with her three best pals.
Main Text: Bunny Loves To Write-Peter Bently
Assorted other picture books
Paper to create stories
Materials to Illustrate
Vocabulary (Types of Creative Writing)
• creative writing
• fairy tale
• science fiction
• personal narrative
Introduction to what creative writing is
Read Bunny book
Around the class story
Give students 15 minutes to brainstorm an idea
Start writing- finish at home
Conference with me
Illustrate and put story in final form
Share with friends and class
Common Core Standard
Ensure that students gain adequate mastery of a range of skills and applications. Each year in their writing, students should demonstrate increasing sophistication in all aspects of language use, from vocabulary and syntax to the development and organization of ideas, and they should address increasingly demanding content and sources
Bunny Loves to Write: Lesson Plan
Creative writing is a very important skill for all students to have. The purpose of this lesson is to introduce students to different kinds of writing and to encourage them to use their imaginations when creating a story.
What is an around the class story?
Each student contributes a line of the story
go around the class until everyone gets at least two turns (including the teacher)
end the activity when you believe you have a finish product (usually on the teacher so they can sum it up)
Make sure there are not too many characters added
Type the story as the kids say it and then read them the finished product
"The literacy opportunities, materials, and projects that teachers provide for students give powerful messages to children about the role, importance and nature of reading and writing" (Perez 339)
"When children are able to pick their own inquiry project, even within a common theme, the task of supporting students in the exploration of their topics becomes a difficult task for most teachers" (346)
"the best rubrics are the ones developed by teachers and students in alignment with their curriculum or theme-based inquiries" (365).