Writer's Gallery and End of Unit 3 Assessment: On-Demand New Historical Fiction Narrative

Fourth grade writers applaud their historical narrative writing pieces through a Writer's Gallery. First, they read an assigned classmate's work, and leave a positive comment on a sticky note. Once learners have read a couple of people's narratives, they complete a final assessment, which includes a timed "on-demand" historical fiction narrative writing prompt.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Have class members turn in completed work folders with all of the drafts, notes, and final assessment
  • Remind individuals of the respectful critiquing protocol established in prior lessons
Classroom Considerations

  • Provide sticky notes for scholars to write a positive remark
  • Distribute notebook paper for the final assessment
  • The final lesson in a series of 16 that allows fourth graders to become expert historical fiction narrative writers
Pros

  • Provides a pacing plan to keep learners on track with their writing
  • Contains detailed procedures, reproducibles, and an assessment
  • Designed for Common Core
Cons

  • None
Common Core