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4 Sentence Types

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Identify declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory sentences.

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Word Cabinet

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A template to write down words to compare or contrast.

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Conventions of Letter Writing

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Students will be able to choose an appropriate format and tone for a letter based on the purpose and medium.

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Spring - Writing a story

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Students use a word spider, a story map and a character analysis chart to brainstorm and write a story about spring.

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Four Types of Sentences

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Students will be able to understand the difference between, identify and write the four types of sentences.

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Writing an Informational Paragraph

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Students will understand how to construct well-written information paragraphs.

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Revising Writing

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Students will be able to use a variety of strategies to revise and improve written work.

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Plot Structure

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Students will be able to identify and analyze elements of plot structure, including exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution.

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Compound Sentences

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Students will be able to identify and create compound sentences.

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Persuasive Writing Techniques

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Students will be able to identify, analyze, and critique persuasive techniques (e.g., promises, dares, flattery, glittering generalities) and identify logical fallacies used in oral presentations and media messages.

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Active and Passive Voice

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Students will be able to identify the active and passive voice in context and change passive voice to active voice to improve writing.

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Precise Words

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Students will identify and use precise words in their writing.

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Author's Purpose

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Students will be able to understand the author’s reason for composing a passage or text.

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Thank You Note Lesson

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Students will learn to formulate the parts of a properly written thank you note. They will learn about tone in writing and how it is perceived by the recipient.

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St. Patrick's Day: Leprechaun Stories

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Students will use leprechauns to learn about good writing techniques and then write their own stories.

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Formulating a Thesis

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Students will be able to brainstorm and create a well-written, argumentative thesis.

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