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Title: Interdisciplinary Writing Unit Narrative And Informative


1
Interdisciplinary Writing Unit Narrative And
Informative
  • By Veja Dennis

2
Introduction
  • Grade level 4th grade
  • Mode of Writing Narrative
  • Story
  • Plot, theme, characters, setting, point of view
  • Simulated Journal
  • Assume the role of another person
  • Write from that persons point of view
  • Content Integration Social Studies/ Colonial
    Life in America

3
Georgia Writing Test
  • Developmental Stage/Scoring Guidelines for Grades
    5
  • Stage 6 The Extending Writer
  • Topic fully elaborated with rich details.
  • Organization sustains the writer's purpose and
    moves the reader through the piece.
  • Engages and sustains the reader's interest.
  • Creative and novel use of language and effective
    use of varied sentence patterns.
  • Errors in surface features do not interfere with
    meaning

4
Pre- Assessment Prompt
  • Purpose
  • used to assess what students already know as a
    starting point to build upon
  • important because they help teachers and students
    set goals for learning
  • Imagine that you find a page torn from a short
    story that has only two lines "Thats how I
    became known as the Fireman Hero. THE END
    create another story that could end

5
Grouping Options
  • Practice
  • Whole Class/ direct instruction
  • cuts down on teacher time
  • It ensures consistency
  • all students receive the same instruction
  • Assessment- Independent
  • Assess students individual strengths and weakness
  • Identify areas for improvement
  • Group
  • Promotes intellectual and language development,
  • Lively engagement, skills in collaborating,
    working with other group members (DAP, p. 154).
  • Establishes productive, positive social and
    working relationships with others their age
  • Gives children the foundation for developing a
    sense of social competence (DAP, p. 155).

6
Prewriting
  • Getting ready to write stage
  • 70 of writing during this stage
  • During this stage students
  • Choose a topic
  • Consider purpose
  • Generate and organize ideas for writing

7
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Complete story map collaboratively
  • Whole class
  • Assessment
  • Individually
  • Complete story map

8
Prewriting graphic organizer- Story Map
9
4th Grade Scoring Guide Pre-writing Stage
Exceeds Standards 4 Meets Standards 3 Primarily Meets standards 2 Did not meet standards 1 Score
Title Appropriate title written Title somewhat appropriate No title present
Setting Setting is described with full detail and includes time period, place, season, etc. Setting is described includes minimal details,. Setting is established but not with much detail. Setting is not established..
Characters Characters listed and includes full descriptions. Characters listed and includes little descriptions. Characters listed and includes no descriptions. No characters listed .
Problem Problem written with full detail Problem written with little detail Problem established with no detail No problem established.
Events Listed 3 events in chronological order with 2 details. Listed 3 events in chronological order with 1 detail. Listed 3 events in chronological order with no detail. Did not List 3 events in chronological order.
Solution Solution stated and described with detail. Solution stated and 1 detail. Solution stated with no detail. No Solution described.
Total
Total Score____/100
10
Drafting
  • Forming ideas into complete sentences
  • Use tentative ideas developed through the
    pre-writing activities.
  • Mechanics are unimportant

11
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Complete rough draft in groups of three
  • Copies of class story map
  • Teacher meets with each group for feedback
  • Assessment
  • Individually
  • Complete rough draft

12
4th Grade Drafting Scoring Guide
Exceeds Standard 4 Meets Standard 3 Partially Meet Standard 2 Standard Not Met/ Improvement Needed 1 Score
Characters Character(s) introduced in first paragraph and in complete sentence Character(s) introduced in first paragraph Character(s) not introduced in first paragraph Character(s) not in story
Settings Setting introduced in first paragraph and in complete sentence Setting introduced in first paragraph Setting not introduced in first paragraph Setting not in story
Problem Describes problem in detail and complete sentences Problem established in writing Problem written but unclear No Problem mentioned in story
Events three events put into paragraphs, more details added, and written in complete sentences three events put into four paragraphs with detail Less than three paragraphs listed Only one event or no events mentioned
Conclusion Conclusion written in complete sentence, much detail, and at end of story Conclusion written with much detail Conclusion not clear or related to story Conclusion not listed
Correct journal form Wrote date and time reflecting colonial times No date or time listed
Total
Total Score_____/100
13
Revising
  • Clarify and refine ideas in compositions
  • Writers
  • add, delete, substitute, and rearrange sentences
  • Reread the rough draft
  • Share the rough draft in writing groups
  • Revise on the basis of feedback received from
    writing group

14
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Groups of two
  • Revise rough draft on computer
  • PowerPoint tutorial
  • Group share their compliments, suggestions, and
    questions.
  • Assessment
  • Peer revisions (groups of two)

15
Revising Scoring Guide
Meets Standard 3 Partially Meet Standard 2 Standard Not Met/ Improvement Needed 1 Score
Revision Marks Student makes appropriate marks and rearranges sentences appropriately Student makes less than 1 marks and rearranges sentences Student did not have any revision marks.
Peer suggestions Student added, deleted, rearranges, or substituted more than three items based on peer feedback Student added, deleted, rearranges, or substituted less than three items based on peer feedback Student did not story based on peer suggestions.
Total
16
Editing
  • Putting the piece into its final form
  • focuses on correcting spelling and other
    mechanical errors
  • During this stage students
  • Get distance from the composition
  • Proofread to locate errors
  • Correct errors

17
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Groups of two
  • Edit peers draft
  • Assessment
  • Peer Edit (groups of two)

18
Editing Scoring Guide
Exceeds Standards 4 Meets Standards 3 Primarily Meets standards 2 Did not meet standards 1 Score
Capitalization No capitalization errors present 1-2 Capitalization errors 3 or more capitalization errors More than 4 capitalization errors
Punctuation No punctuation errors present 1-2 punctuation errors present 3 or more punctuation errors present More than 4 punctuation errors present
Spelling No spelling errors present 1-2 punctuation errors present 3 or more punctuation errors present More than4 punctuation errors present
Sentence No incomplete sentences present 1-2 incomplete sentences present 3 or more incomplete sentences present More than incomplete sentences present
Total
19
Publishing
  • Publishing
  • Publish and share final piece with audience
  • Publishing options

20
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Groups of three
  • Write drafts in final form
  • Assessment
  • Individual
  • Write draft in final form

21
Publishing Scoring Guide
Meets Standards 3 Primarily Meets standards 2 Did not meet standards 1 Score
Title Title present at the top of paper No title present
Handwriting Cursive handwriting is legible Cursive handwriting is not legible
Final Copy Final clean copy provided Copy is not clean
Sharing Student reads story from authors chair Student does not reads story from authors chair
Total
22
Accommodations/ Modifications
  • Learning disability
  • supply students with additional support during
    the individual assessment
  • Make sure students understand the directions and
    are on tasks.
  • Teacher help the students start on assignments

23
Introduction
  • Grade level 4th grade
  • Mode of Writing Expository
  • Explain, describe, give information, inform
  • Description, sequence, comparison, cause effect,
    problem solution
  • Description
  • Describes topic by listing characteristics,
    features, examples
  • Content Integration Social Studies/ Physical
    features of the Unites States

24
Georgia Writing Test
  • Developmental Stage/Scoring Guidelines for Grades
    5
  • Stage 6 The Extending Writer
  • Topic fully elaborated with rich details.
  • Organization sustains the writer's purpose and
    moves the reader through the piece.
  • Engages and sustains the reader's interest.
  • Creative and novel use of language and effective
    use of varied sentence patterns.
  • Errors in surface features do not interfere with
    meaning

25
Pre- Assessment Prompt
  • Purpose
  • used to assess what students already know as a
    starting point to build upon
  • important because they help teachers and students
    set goals for learning
  • In essay form, write a brief description of how
    plants grow

26
Grouping Options
  • Practice
  • Whole Class/ direct instruction
  • cuts down on teacher time
  • It ensures consistency
  • all students receive the same instruction
  • Assessment- Independent
  • Assess students individual strengths and weakness
  • Identify areas for improvement
  • Group
  • Promotes intellectual and language development,
  • Lively engagement, skills in collaborating,
    working with other group members (DAP, p. 154).
  • Establishes productive, positive social and
    working relationships with others their age
  • Gives children the foundation for developing a
    sense of social competence (DAP, p. 155).

27
Prewriting
  • Getting ready to write stage
  • 70 of writing during this stage
  • During this stage students
  • Choose a topic
  • Consider purpose
  • Generate and organize ideas for writing

28
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Complete story map collaboratively
  • Whole class
  • Assessment
  • Individually
  • Complete story map

29
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4th Grade Scoring Guide Pre-writing Stage
Exceeds Standards 4 Meets Standards 3 Primarily Meets standards 2 Did not meet standards 1 Score
Name Name written No name written
Topic Appropriate topic written Topic somewhat appropriate No topic present
5 circles A lot of Appropriate facts and details included. facts and details are somewhat appropriate Appropriate facts and details listed but not in detail No facts and details included
Information All irrelevant facts excluded Some irrelevant facts excluded Some irrelevant facts included. All irrelevant facts included
Total
Total Score____/100



31
Drafting
  • Forming ideas into complete sentences
  • Use tentative ideas developed through the
    prewriting activities.
  • Mechanics are unimportant

32
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Complete rough draft in groups of three
  • Copies of class story map
  • Teacher meets with each group for feedback
  • Assessment
  • Individually
  • Complete rough draft

33
4th Grade Drafting Scoring Guide
Exceeds Standard 4 Meets Standard 3 Partially Meet Standard 2 Standard Not Met/ Improvement Needed 1 Score
Topic Topic introduced in first paragraph and in complete sentence Topic introduced in first paragraph Topic not introduced in first paragraph Topic not in story
5 circles A lot of Appropriate facts and details included. in paragraph facts and details are somewhat appropriate in paragraph Appropriate facts and details listed but not in detail in paragraph No facts and details included in paragraph
Characteristics Characteristics introduced in paper in full detail Characteristics included in paper and detailed Characteristics included with little detail No Characteristics included in paper
Circle Five different features present in paper with full detail Five different features included with details Five different features included . No features included
Conclusion Conclusion written in complete sentence, much detail. Conclusion written with much detail. Conclusion not clear or related to story Conclusion not listed
Total
Total Score_____/100
34
Revising
  • Clarify and refine ideas in compositions
  • Writers
  • add, delete, substitute, and rearrange sentences
  • Reread the rough draft
  • Share the rough draft in writing groups
  • Revise on the basis of feedback received from
    writing group

35
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Groups of three
  • Share their compliments, suggestions, and
    questions with each other
  • Assessment
  • Peer revisions (groups of two)

36
Revising Scoring Guide
Meets Standard 3 Partially Meet Standard 2 Standard Not Met/ Improvement Needed 1 Score
Revision Marks Student makes appropriate marks and rearranges sentences appropriately Student makes less than 1 marks and rearranges sentences Student did not have any revision marks.
Peer suggestions Student added, deleted, rearranges, or substituted more than three items based on peer feedback Student added, deleted, rearranges, or substituted less than three items based on peer feedback Student did not story based on peer suggestions.
Total
37
Editing
  • Putting the piece into its final form
  • focuses on correcting spelling and other
    mechanical errors
  • During this stage students
  • Get distance from the composition
  • Proofread to locate errors
  • Correct errors

38
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Groups of two
  • Edit peers draft
  • Assessment
  • Peer Edit (groups of two)

39
Editing Scoring Guide
Exceeds Standards 4 Meets Standards 3 Primarily Meets standards 2 Did not meet standards 1 Score
Capitalization No capitalization errors present 1-2 Capitalization errors 3 or more capitalization errors More than 4 capitalization errors
Punctuation No punctuation errors present 1-2 punctuation errors present 3 or more punctuation errors present More than 4 punctuation errors present
Spelling No spelling errors present 1-2 punctuation errors present 3 or more punctuation errors present More than4 punctuation errors present
Sentence No incomplete sentences present 1-2 incomplete sentences present 3 or more incomplete sentences present More than incomplete sentences present
Total
40
Publishing
  • Publishing
  • Publish and share final piece with audience
  • Publishing options

41
Practice, Assessment Activities
  • Practice
  • Groups of three
  • Write drafts in final form
  • Assessment
  • Individual
  • Write draft in final form

42
Publishing Scoring Guide
Meets Standards 3 Primarily Meets standards 2 Did not meet standards 1 Score
Title Title present at the top of paper No title present
Handwriting Cursive handwriting is legible Cursive handwriting is not legible
Final Copy Final clean copy provided Copy is not clean
Sharing Student reads story from authors chair Student does not reads story from authors chair
Total
43
Accommodations/ Modifications
  • Learning disability
  • supply students with additional support during
    the individual assessment
  • Make sure students understand the directions and
    are on tasks.
  • Teacher help the students start on assignments

44
Prewriting graphic organizer- Story Map
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