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Lesson Plan Template ED 3501 (Version C)

Lesson
Title/Focus

Narrative Writing

Date

November 18, 2014

Subject/Gra
de Level

Grade 5/6 Language Arts

Time
Duratio
n

60 Minutes

Unit

Narrative Writing

Teacher

Mrs. Jacobson

General
Learning
Outcomes:
Specific
Learning
Outcomes:

OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES


Studentswilllisten,speak,read,write,viewandrepresenttocomprehendandrespond
personallyandcriticallytooral,printandothermediatexts.
Usepriorknowledge
Describewaysthatpersonalexperiencesandpriorknowledgecontributeto
understandingnewideasandinformation
Experiencevarioustext

Expresspointsofviewaboutoral,printandothermediatexts
Describeanddiscussnewplaces,times,charactersandeventsencounteredinoral,print
andothermediatexts

Appreciatetheartistryoftexts

Explainhowsimileandhyperboleareusedtocreatemoodandmentalimages
Altersentencesandwordchoicestoenhancemeaningandtocreatemoodandspecial
effects

Recordinformation

Useoutlines,thoughtwebsandsummariestoshowtherelationshipsamongideasand

informationandtoclarifymeaning
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Students will:
1. Be know synonyms for walk and talk words
2. Be able to plan a narrative
3. Be able to write a narrative

ASSESSMENTS
Observations:

Engagement in classroom discussion: Are students participating? Are


students answers to questions appropriate? Are students who are not
engaging verbally in the conversation paying attention? Are students working
in their table groups to brainstorm? Are students able to appropriately fill in
their graphic organizers?

Key Questions:
Products/Performan
ces:

How do you write a narrative?


Conversation
Graphic organizer
List of walk and talk words
Written narrative

LEARNING RESOURCES CONSULTED


Program of Studies
Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT


Pencils

Lesson Plan Template ED 3501 (Version C)


Pinterest
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Nar
rative-Writing-Outline-Worksheet-70620

Handouts
Computer
Smartboard
Whiteboard

PROCEDURE
Prior to lesson
Attention Grabber

Make sure to photocopy graphic organizers and handouts


Introduction
Today we are going to learn about narrative writing. Who can
tell me what narrative writing is?

Time

(Totellastory(usuallyaboutsomethingthathappenedtoyou)insucha
waythattheaudiencelearnsalessonorgainsinsight.)
Assessment of
Prior Knowledge

Expectations for
Learning and
Behaviour

Advance
Organizer/Agenda
Transition to Body
Learning Activity
#1

Ask the students how many of them have written narratives


before?
Ask the students what is important in a narrative?
Title
Setting
Characters
Conflict/Problem
Events/Action
End (Resolution/ Lesson/ Message)
Students will sit quietly while the teacher is introducing
the topic and activity.
Students will gain an understanding of narrative writing.
Students will work together cooperatively.
Students will work together to create walk/talk words.
Hole punch the handouts
Ask the students to please come and sit down on the carpet
Body

Time

Talktothestudentsaboutnarrativewriting.Havethestudentsexplainto
mehowthenarrativemusttellastorythathasameaning.
Explaintothestudentshowoftenstorywritingcanbecomeboringand
blandwhenthesamewordisusedoverandover.Askthestudentsto
definesynonyms(awordorphrasethatmeansexactlyornearlythe
sameasanotherwordorphraseinthesamelanguage,forexampleshut
isasynonymofclose.)
Explainhowwewillnowsitinourtablegroupsandmakewalkandtalk
words.Oncewehavepairedupinourtablegroupstobrainstormwewill
thencomebacktothecarpetandshareourideaswiththeclassasa
whole.BeforeIaskthemtogobacktotheirtablegroups,Iwillaskthe
tohaveonepersongetapieceofpaperfromeachgroup.

Studentsaretomakelistsofwordsthatcanbeusedtoreplace
overusedwords,suchaswalkandtalkwhentheyarewriting;
e.g.,thewordsaidcanbereplacedbythewordshollered,
whispered,demanded,muttered,screamed,cried,moaned.

After they have brainstormed have them come back to


the carpet and type up a list for each student on the
computer.
Now that the students have shared their groups ideas with the
class we will review the steps of a narrative.
Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe

Lesson Plan Template ED 3501 (Version C)

Whilethestudentsaresharingtheirideasasaclass,Iwilltypethemon
thesmartboard.Oncewehavemadethelist,Iwillprintacopyforeach
studenttokeepinhisorherwritingfolder.
Oncewehavereviewedthewalk/talkwords,wewillthenreviewthe
stepstonarrativewriting.

Whatarethestepstonarrativewriting?

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Planning what you will write about


Title
Setting
Characters
Conflict/Problem
Events/Action
End (Resolution/ Lesson/ Message)

Teacher Notes:
Assessments/
Differentiation

Having conversation and writing helps students with different


learning styles.

Learning Activity
#2

Now that we have gone over the components of a narrative, I


will go over the graphic organizers with the students and ask if
they have any questions.
After I have answered any questions, I will show the students
the chosen image, and have them fill out their graphic
organizers with their story information based on the image
provided.

Teacher Notes:
Assessments/
Differentiation

Learning Activity
#3
Teacher Notes:
Assessments/
Differentiation

Consolidation of
Learning:
Feedback From
Students:
Feedback To
Students
Transition To Next
Lesson

Have a worksheet printed off, and have the students write the
narrative information in the boxes. This allows for different
types of learners to learn with the opportunity for visual and
auditory learning.
Have the students fill out their graphic organizers. Once this is
complete, have them start on their narratives.
Each student has an opportunity to make a narrative based on
their own personal interpretation of the illustration provided to
the class.
Closure
Go over the narrative steps, and ask if anybody needs any
clarification.
Ask the students by show of hands who has finished their
graphic organizers? Ask by a show of hands how many found
the graphic organizer useful?

Time

Tell the students what they did well during the lesson.

Sponge
Activity/Activities
Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe

Lesson Plan Template ED 3501 (Version C)


Reflections from the
lesson

Adapted from a template created by Dr. K. Roscoe