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Standard W.MCC.3

W.MCC.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective techniques, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.

Grade(s): 5

Subject(s): English Language Arts

Year: 2015

Type
The Weirdest Dream Game Show!
The Weirdest Dream Game Show!

Lesson

This unit is a fun and activity-packed venture into sensory-inspired writing and public speaking , culminating in the class production of THE WEIRDEST DREAM GAMESHOW! By finishing the unit as a...

Silent Film Storytelling
Silent Film Storytelling

Lesson

During this Silent Film Unit, students will explore the history of silent film, respond to clips of silent movies, create, rehearse, and perform their own silent films using the Silent Film Studio app...

Telling Stories Through Movements
Telling Stories Through Movements

Lesson

The students will demonstrate an understanding of the basic dance elements and choreographic structures. Students will be able to demonstrate higher level thinking by utilizing the 5-step writing...

Sequencing using Comics
Sequencing using Comics

Lesson

Students will use comics in order to discover the importance of sequence while writing narratives.

Remembering the Real Meaning of  Memorial Day
Remembering the Real Meaning of Memorial Day

Lesson

After learning about the origin and customs of Memorial Day, the students can connect to various online sites showing the important memorials that have been constructed to honor soldiers who were...

Two Voices and a Tableau: Pearl Harbor and 9/11
Two Voices and a Tableau: Pearl Harbor and 9/11

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The attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 shocked the nation. Citizens and servicemen were caught off guard and left vulnerable to the Japanese attacks. Sixty years later in 2001, the United States endured...