Students use thesauruses to revise their first drafts to make essays more engaging. Plan a publishing party to celebrate student writing.
Did they arrive the following day with pictures and information for the graphic time line? Have students answer the following: However, the text also introduces other interesting themes such as the concepts of stereotypes and prejudice. In this excerpt a young girl, Esperanza, reflects on her name.
Allow a few students to orally present their pieces. Lesson Extensions Set students up in partnerships and have them conduct peer revising and editing. Encourage students to share responses. Inform students that you will be reading a brief piece that will allow them to learn a bit more about you.
Print copies of the Reflection Worksheet: Demonstrate how to fill out the first reflection topic of the organizer. Ask if anyone has had similar experiences. Before beginning this activity, ask students to brainstorm a list of categories people use to help define themselves such as gender, age, physical characteristics, and hobbies as well as ties to a particular religion, ethnic group, neighborhood, and nation.
What does she hope for her future?
When sixth grade students begin a new school year, often with unfamiliar classmates and teachers, it is particularly important for them to have the opportunity to get to know their new community and to become known by others.
Set the timer and start. Look over your identity chart. The activities suggested in this lesson begin this process of relationship building.
Handout copies of the organizer to your students. Read aloud your model autobiographical essay.'WHO AM I' WRITING ACTIVITY - mi-centre.com 'Who Am I' Writing Activity 'Who Am I' Writing Activity Good get to know you activity.
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This third grade writing activity brings home the lesson: it's not only what you write that's important, but how you write it, too. Who am I? In this lesson, students reflect on this question through discussion, writing and art. As a culminating activity, students respond to the question "Who am I?" Grade Level: High.
Students fill in the sentence starters to tell about themselves in a riddle format. Then, they draw a self portrait. Compile all work into a class book. Students will enjoy reading the riddles and guessing who is being described. I hope you enjoy this free resource. Lori ️Email: [email protected] ️Teaching With Love and Laughter 4/5().
'Who Am I' Writing Activity Good get to know you activity. Also would be fun for a bulitein board. 'Who Am I' Writing Activity Back to school: grade writing book for first week of school "my summer break" writing prompt Writing activity for the first day of school.
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