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narrative peer editing

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October 6, 2015
“TICKETS PLEASE”
PEER EDITING
Objectives
 Students will analyze the conflict in Tickets Please
and infer meaning and theme.
 Students will provide feedback using the narrative
scoring rubric and evaluate their rough drafts.
Do Now: Writing Reflection
1.
The strongest part of my personal narrative is ….
2.
The part that still needs work is….
3.
The main thing I learned about writing a personal
narrative is ….
4.
One question I still have about writing a personal
narrative is ….
Writing a Beginning, Middle and Ending
Beginning – Catch the reader’s interest. Introduce the
situation, people involved & convince the reader to continue.
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Start with an intriguing question
Start with dialogue
A statement that piques the reader’s curiosity.
Middle – Build suspense through actions and details. Present
details that support the narrative’s main idea.
Ending – explain what you learned from the situation. Wrap
up the story and reflect on the situation and the lesson
learned.
Organization
 Intro with Hook
 Middle Paragraphs tell story in chronological order,
use transition phrases, dialogue, sensory details &
figurative language
 Last Paragraph – shares a reflection/ How has this
experience changed you? What have you learned?
CLOSURE
WHAT IS ONE CONCERN YOU HAVE
ABOUT THIS ESSAY?
WHAT IS ONE THING YOU KNOW WILL
NOT BE A PROBLEM?
IF YOU COULD ASK MRS. MC ONE
QUESTION, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
(ABOUT WRITING OR THIS ESSAY)