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April 8th - PAT PArt A Prep 

Introduction to Narrative  
Intro:  
Reading/vocab 10 min (hand out booklets while class is reading)  
Daily vocabulary presentation.  
Reminder for Wednesday’s due date. 
 
Introduce the plan for the day - what we will be doing this class:  
-Reading/Vocab 
-What is narrative & history of narrative 
-Group brainstorm  
-What is the assignment going to look like? 
-How will my essay/narrative be marked?  
-Free Write (will likely not get to this today) 
 
Middle:  
Going through slides with class:  
-Introduce narrative (Students will take down notes on the back of their 
booklets) 
 
Group Brainstorm: students will break into groups of about 4-5. (they choose) 
They will be brainstorming on a large piece of paper about “What things do 
you remember about the process of writing narratives?”. The powerpoint will 
have some visual aids to guide their discussion.  
We will then come back together as a large group. Student’s group work will 
guide our discussion.  
 
Now, “what will the assignment actually look like”: I will use the PAT 2017 
example to guide students understanding of how this narrative will be 
presented to them.  
 
How will this be evaluated? Go over the terms and what markers are looking 
for in your writing. (Students should highlight the VIP info from these 
sections in their booklets as we go)  
Content:  
Organization:  
Sentence Structure:  
Vocabulary:  
Conventions: 
Closure:  
Now that we have been through all the heavy lifting, I want to get back to the 
fun creative stuff. I will use Robin Pawlak’s resource to guide some free write 
time for students to open their creative minds.  
 
Outcomes:  
 
1.1 Discover and Explore
Express ideas and develop understanding

● talk with others and experience a variety of oral, print and other media texts to
explore, develop and justify own opinions and points of view

1.2 Clarify and Extend


Consider the ideas of others

● integrate own perspectives and interpretations with new understandings developed


through discussing and through experiencing a variety of oral, print and other media
texts.

Combine ideas

● examine and re-examine ideas, information and experiences from different points of
view to find patterns and see relationships

2.3 Understand Forms, Elements and Techniques


Understand forms and genres

● explain the relationships between purposes and characteristics of various forms and
genres of oral, print and other media texts
● evaluate the effectiveness of different types of media texts for presenting ideas and
information