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Narrative Writing

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40500 Valle Vista Murrieta, CA 92562 Phone (951) 698-9556 FAX (951) 698-7616 www.nancyfetzer.com

Daily Writing Activities

Teacher Write (5-minutes):

Interactive Writing (15-minutes):

Writing Lessons (20-45 minutes):

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Write

Write

Lesson #1

1. Get Organized! (Draw two boxes.)

2. Character:

Who is in the story? A person or animal? (Draw in box.)

Who is in the story? A person or animal? (Draw in box.) 3. Setting: When and
Who is in the story? A person or animal? (Draw in box.) 3. Setting: When and
Who is in the story? A person or animal? (Draw in box.) 3. Setting: When and

3. Setting:

When and where does the story take place? (Draw in Character’s box.)

4. Action! What was the character doing in the setting? (Draw in Action box.)

5. Add Fancy Words! Who or what is the most important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.)

is the most important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #1
is the most important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #1
is the most important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #1

Narrative Writing: Lesson #1

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Sequencing Tool Kit

1) Ask: What happened next after or while

(circle one)

?

2) Choose an emotion to plan the next action or event:

? 2) Choose an emotion to plan the next action or event: 3) Choose how to

3) Choose how to write the action or event:

action or event: 3) Choose how to write the action or event: 4) Add Fancy Words:

4) Add Fancy Words:

Adjectives

or event: 4) Add Fancy Words: A d j e c t i v e s

Sequencing Actions or Events in a Story

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Lesson #2

Story Opening Sentence:

1. Get Organized! (Draw two boxes.)

2. Character:

Who is in the story? A person or animal? (Draw in box.)

3. Setting:

When and where does the story take place? (Draw in Character’s box.)

4. Action! What was the character doing in the setting? (Draw in Action box.)

5. Add Fancy Words! Who or what is the most important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.)

important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Story Sentences: Repeat for the rest of
important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Story Sentences: Repeat for the rest of
important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Story Sentences: Repeat for the rest of
important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Story Sentences: Repeat for the rest of
important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Story Sentences: Repeat for the rest of
important part of the sentence? (Write words in boxes.) Story Sentences: Repeat for the rest of

Story Sentences: Repeat for the rest of the story.

1. Next! Plan each new event in the story! (Draw a wide box.)

2. What happened next after or while the character

?

Make It Interesting!! Pick an emotion to plan a more interesting event.

Do, Say, Think! Pick the best way to write this part. (Draw or write in box.)

Narrative Writing: Lesson #2

Think! Pick the best way to write this part. (Draw or write in box.) Narrative Writing:
Think! Pick the best way to write this part. (Draw or write in box.) Narrative Writing:
Think! Pick the best way to write this part. (Draw or write in box.) Narrative Writing:

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Lesson #3

Story Opening Sentence:

1. Get Organized! S - C -Arrow Setting - Character - Action (Write secret formula at top of page.)

2. “C” is for Character! Who is in the story? A person or animal? (Draw picture under “C”.)

3. Setting:

When and where does the story take place? (Draw pictures under “S”.)

4. Action! What was the character doing in the setting? (Draw picture under the arrow.)

5. Add Fancy Words! Who or what is the most important part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.)

S C

S C
part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.) S C Story Sentences: Plan each new action
part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.) S C Story Sentences: Plan each new action
part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.) S C Story Sentences: Plan each new action
part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.) S C Story Sentences: Plan each new action

Story Sentences: Plan each new action in the story.

1. Secret Formula Time! T - C - Arrow Transition - Character - Action (Write secret formula on page.)

2. Next! What happened next after or while the character

?

Make It Interesting!! Pick an emotion to plan a more interesting action. (Draw picture under arrow.)

3. “C” is for Character! (Draw picture under “C”.)

4. “T” is for Transition! (Write Transition word or phrase under “T”.)

Narrative Writing: Lesson #3

S C

Transition! (Write Transition word or phrase under “T”.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #3 S C T C

T C

Transition! (Write Transition word or phrase under “T”.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #3 S C T C
Transition! (Write Transition word or phrase under “T”.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #3 S C T C
Transition! (Write Transition word or phrase under “T”.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #3 S C T C

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Lesson #4

Story Opening Sentence:

1. Get Organized! S - C -Arrow Setting - Character - Action (Write secret formula at top of page.)

2. “C” is for Character! Who is in the story? A person or animal? (Draw picture under “C”.)

3. Setting:

When and where does the story take place? (Draw pictures under “S”.)

4. Action! What was the character doing in the setting? (Draw picture under the arrow.)

5. Add Fancy Words! Who or what is the most important part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.)

S C

S C
part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.) S C Story Sentences: Plan each new event
part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.) S C Story Sentences: Plan each new event
part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.) S C Story Sentences: Plan each new event
part of the sentence? (Write words near pictures.) S C Story Sentences: Plan each new event

Story Sentences: Plan each new event in the story.

1. Next! Plan each new event in the story! (Draw a line across page.)

S

C

S C
new event in the story! (Draw a line across page.) S C 2. What happened next

2. What happened next after or while the character

Make It Interesting!! Pick an emotion to plan a more interesting event.

?

Do, Say, Think! Pick the best way to write this part. (Draw or write under line.)

Do Say Think
Do
Say
Think

Narrative Writing: Lesson #4

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Lesson #5

1. Get Organized! (Draw organizer.)

2. Character! Who is in the story? (Draw picture under “C”.)

3. Setting! When and where does the story take place? (Draw pictures under “S”.)

4. Action! What was the character doing in the beginning of the story? (Draw picture under the arrow.)

5. Ending! What type of ending? (Label the Ending Line.)

6. Middle! What happened in the middle that caused the ending?

Make It Interesting!! Pick emotions to plan more interesting event.

Do, Say, Think! Pick the best way to write this part. (List events in middle column.)

7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.)

Narrative Writing: Lesson #5

S C

S C T C

T C

S C T C
language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #5 S C T C Do Say Think © 2 0 1
language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #5 S C T C Do Say Think © 2 0 1
language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #5 S C T C Do Say Think © 2 0 1
language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #5 S C T C Do Say Think © 2 0 1
Do Say Think
Do
Say
Think
language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #5 S C T C Do Say Think © 2 0 1

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Describe It Box

1. Draw Picture. 2. Reveal Emotion. 3. Label with Nouns. 4. Add Fancy Words! Adjectives!
1. Draw Picture.
2. Reveal Emotion.
3. Label with Nouns.
4. Add Fancy Words!
Adjectives!
5. Add Figurative Language to POP!
6. Begin with Do, Say, or Think.

Describe It Box: Steps to Write Descriptions

Lesson #6

1.

Get Organized! (Draw organizer, then decide on the character and setting.)

2.

Come Alive! Make the setting and character real to the reader. (Draw and plan in the Describe It Box.)

3.

Ending! What type of ending? (Label the Ending Line.)

6.

Middle! What happened in the middle that caused the ending? (Use Emotions & Do, Say, Think chart to plan and list interesting ideas.)

7.

Make a Good Closing! What did the character feel, learn, wish, realize, or discover after the experience. (Use T - C - R to write a memorable ending.)

8.

Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.)

Narrative Writing: Lesson #6

S C

S C
S C
organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #6 S C Do Say Think ©
Do Say Think
Do
Say
Think
organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #6 S C Do Say Think ©
organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #6 S C Do Say Think ©
organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #6 S C Do Say Think ©

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Advanced Sequencing Tool Kit

1) Ask: What happened next after or while

(circle one)

?

2) Choose an emotion to plan the next action or event:

? 2) Choose an emotion to plan the next action or event: 3) Choose how to

3) Choose how to write the action or event:

action or event: 3) Choose how to write the action or event: 4) Add Fancy Words:
action or event: 3) Choose how to write the action or event: 4) Add Fancy Words:

4) Add Fancy Words:

Adjectives

to write the action or event: 4) Add Fancy Words: Adjectives Sequencing Actions or Events in

Sequencing Actions or Events in a Story

Figurative

or event: 4) Add Fancy Words: Adjectives Sequencing Actions or Events in a Story Figurative Language

Language

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Lesson #7

1. Get Organized! (Draw organizer.)

2. Introduction! Come Alive! Who is the character and what is the setting? (Draw and plan in the Describe Box.)

3. Problem! Look at the Describe Box. Did something change in the box, or come from the outside to cause a problem? (Write or draw the problem next to the “X”.)

4. Solution! Decide if the character was successful or unsuccessful solving the problem. (Write or draw the solution next to the check.)

5. Plot! It Better Be Interesting and Make Sense! What events happened in the middle that caused the ending?

(Use emotions to think of interesting ideas.)

(Use Do, Say, Think, Describe, or Feel to decide how to write each idea.)

6. Make a Good Closing! Secret Formula Time! (Use T - C - R to write a memorable ending that reveals the message or theme.)

7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.)

Narrative Writing: Lesson #7

or theme.) 7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #7 ©
or theme.) 7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #7 ©
or theme.) 7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #7 ©
or theme.) 7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #7 ©
or theme.) 7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #7 ©
or theme.) 7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #7 ©
or theme.) 7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #7 ©
or theme.) 7. Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with describing words.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #7 ©

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Lesson #8

1.

Get Organized! (Draw organizer.)

2.

Introduction! Come Alive! Who is the character and what is the setting? (Draw and plan in the Introduction Box.)

3.

Problem! Look at the Describe Box. Did something change in the box, or come from the outside to cause a problem? (In the “X” Box. Sequence events that led to the problem.)

5.

Plot! It Better Be Interesting and Make Sense! What did the character do to try to solve the problem?

(Use emotions to think of interesting ideas.)

(Use Do, Say, Think, Describe, or Feel to decide how to write each idea.)

4.

Solution!

Decide if the character was successful or unsuccessful solving the problem.

(In the

(In the Box. Sequence the solution

Box. Sequence the solution

and falling actions.)

6.

Make a Good Closing! Secret Formula Time! (Use T - C - R to write a memorable ending that reveals the message or theme.)

7.

Add Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.)

Narrative Writing: Lesson #8

Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #8 © 2010 Nancy
Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #8 © 2010 Nancy
Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #8 © 2010 Nancy
Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #8 © 2010 Nancy
Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #8 © 2010 Nancy
Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #8 © 2010 Nancy
Fancy Words! (Label organizer with adjectives and figurative language.) Narrative Writing: Lesson #8 © 2010 Nancy

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Personal Narrative Lesson #1

Write about a time you felt:

Write about a time you felt: Tell what happened.

Tell what happened.

1. Tell the story!

(Tell your buddy the story or talk on the phone.)

2. Get Organized!

(Draw Organizer.)

3. Character!

Who is in the story?

(Draw picture under “C” or write “I”.)

4. Setting!

When and where does the story take place?

(Draw pictures under “S”.)

5. Action!

What were you doing in the beginning of the story?

(Draw picture under the arrow.)

6. Ending!

What happened at the end?

(Label the Ending Line.)

7. Middle!

What happened in the middle that caused the ending?

(Use Do, Say, Think, to write the middle actions.)

8. Reflection!

What Did You Feel, Learn, Wish,

Realize, or Discover After the Experience.

(Use T - C - R to Write a Memorable Ending.)

8. Add Fancy Words!

(Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1

Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think
Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think

S C

S C
S C
S C
S C
S C
S C
S C
Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think

I

Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think
Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think
Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think
Do Say Think
Do
Say
Think
Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think
Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think
Words! (Label organizer with adjectives.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #1 S C I Do Say Think

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Personal Narrative Lesson #2

Write about a time you felt:

Write about a time you felt: Tell what happened.

Tell what happened.

1.

Tell the story!

(Tell your buddy the story or talk on the phone.)

2.

Get Organized!

3.

Come Alive!

(Draw and Plan the Beginning in the Describe It Box.)

4.

Middle! What Did You Do in the Middle that Caused the Ending?

(Use Do, Say, Think, Describe, or Feel to Decide How to Write Each Action or Event.)

7.

Ending! What Happened at the End? What Did You Feel, Learn, Wish, Realize, or Discover After the Experience.

(Use T - C - R to Write a Memorable Ending.)

8.

Add Fancy Words!

(Label Organizer with Adjectives and Figurative Language.)

Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #2

Figurative Language.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #2 S C   T C R Do Say Think
Figurative Language.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #2 S C   T C R Do Say Think

S C

S C  
 
T C R

T

C

R

Do Say Think
Do
Say
Think
Figurative Language.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #2 S C   T C R Do Say Think
Figurative Language.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #2 S C   T C R Do Say Think
Figurative Language.) Personal Narrative Writing: Lesson #2 S C   T C R Do Say Think

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Write

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