Unit 6

What do we want students to be able to know and do?

From Standards:

Essential Learnings:

  1. Students will be able to analyze picture books and the use of narrative techniques (dialogue, actions, vivid descriptions) to depict a theme/message.
  2. Students will be able to write, illustrate and record a picture book that contains narrative techniques and clearly depicts a theme.

Develop Assessments:

NOTE: The passage is not a complete narrative, and your revised passage does not have to be a complete narrative.  Focus on the wording, description, and pacing, not on completing the story.

End of Unit Goal:

Develop Scoring Rubrics:

Questions Stem:

Planning:

Mid way check

Bring April 26: Using passage “Jackson’s a Bully” (questions 8) students will add dialogue- bring evidence that shows students can use appropriate dialogue in order to add dramatic effect to the passage. Punctuate dialogue correctly, use appropriate voice. (In actively learn titled Unit  midway)

Bring May 3: Students will be able to add a conclusion to a piece of writing and draw the narrative to a logical close (need to create)