Writing is a recursive process. There is always room for improvement
Quote A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.” Nelson Mandela
Word of the Week: fiasco (noun) Complete failure; disaster.
10 DAYS TILL THE FCAT WRITES. TEAM D, ARE YOU READY ?
RIF: Vocabulary Literary analysis / Reading Application
Essential question: How do figurative language, description and imagery help your essay?
Objectives:
Students will:
1. Critique writing draft for effective thesis, imagery, support and diction
2. Proofread, edit and revise copy of writing draft.
3. Plan and Compose effective introduction, body paragraphs and conclusion within a specified time.
4. Practice speaking and listening speaking skills and provide constructive feedback.
Monday:
Warm up: Respond to the quote of the week.
Class work: Peer critique of lunch essay.
Homework: none
Tuesday:
Warm UP: Grammar Skill Builder
Class work: Teacher student conference/ Timed Writing
Homework: Work on literary fair entries
Wednesday:
Warm up:
Class work: Proof read ,edit and revise copy of writing.
H Home work:Literary Fair
Thursday:
Warm up: Grammar Skill Builder
Class work: Publish Final Draft
Home work: Literary Fair entries due on Friday.
Friday :
Warm up : Grammar Skill Builder
Class work: Speaking and listening Skill (corral showdown) Sharing of chosen (best) writing sample.
Home work: none.
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