Writing and Rhetoric 3
THIS CLASS WILL BE IS RECORDED TO GIVE YOU TIME AT 11 TO CELEBRATE REMEMBRANCE DAY
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This week’s focus: Chapter 5 Story Beginnings
In preparation for Schole support class:
Read through pages 52-56
I HIGHLY recommend the narrati0n activity on page 56 #1
IF your student misses details, perhaps read it again, or do this activity with other students in your home during a gathering time.
Work on the outline on page57. Start with * at the main points in the story, then underline key ideas between each stars . Don’t write the outline today
Skip the writing till tomorrow and work some questions from pages 58-62
To be completed this week: (this is a suggested schedule< feel free to use your own)
Review your * from yesterday, do you still see them as the main parts of the story?
How about the supporting ideas your underlined?
Now, if you are satisfied, write your outline.
Watch prerecorded class. This class will focus on d
Finish any work between pages 58-62, work on your summary from pg 65 that was discussed in the recorded class
Work on the story hooks assignment p 66-68
This is the assignment due at the end of this month.
(Remember we have a rest week the last week of November, so earlier than the last week of the month submissions are welcome, this gives you a real rest week)
Consider the following:
Planning—do some brainstorming—consider that this is ONLY The beginning…do NOT WRITE the MIDDLE OR END
Brainstorm some ideas that cause you to need to use a thesaurus. (find some juicy words)
Your hook does not have to be very long, several sentences will suffice.
Make it so the reader is really curious to keep reading.
Check your spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
Before submitting to me, wait a day, re read it aloud EXACTLY as it is written. Listen for anything that needs revising. (eg incomplete or run on sentences, missing punctuation)
Present your work neatly, handwriting is welcome.
ENRICHMENT – Extra resources for children and families who desire more
Play the UM game on page 69
Learn the poem In Flanders Fields
THIS MONTH’S ASSIGNMENT FOR SUBMISSION:
YOUR best paragraph from the choices on Pages 66-68.
Please contact email@example.com with any questions and submissions.
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