Write in response to literature (e.g., create a new ending to a story, create class books, summarize a story), compose a variety of written works (e.g., friendly letters, journal entries, reports, experience stories) and begin to compose narratives (with a beginning, middle, and end). 0201.3.2
Links verified on 12/29/2014
- Compare and Contrast WebQuest - Mother Goose has been told that all of her fairytales and rhymes are too old. She is looking for boys and girls to help her rewrite a few of her old stories into newer or modern ones.
- Dear Mr. Henshaw - parts of a friendly letter (a Quia quiz)
- Friendly Letter - Outline to follow while writing a friendly letter
- Friendly Letter - Type a Friendly Letter template
- Friendly Letter - interactive board to place parts of a letter in the correct place
- Letter Generator - student interactive from Read-Write-Think to help students learn to identify all the essential parts of a business or friendly letter, and then generate letters by typing information into letter templates
- Note Writing - Lesson plan helping students create family notes everyday
- Scrambled Stories - students select one of six stories, select from a list of words, and then see the story that they scrambled
- Scrambled Stories Teacher's Guide - suggestions on how to use the stories in grades K-6
- Stories - to read and summarize
- Summarize a story - using a story pyramid
- Summarizing a story - On-line lesson plan with practice
- Write a Friendly Letter - interactive lesson on parts of a letter.
- Write an invitation - worksheet that helps students create their own invitations.
- Writing a Friendly Letter - [17 slides] good suggestions for writing the letter
- Writing Detective: Friendly Letter - read the lesson and then take the quiz