Lesson details


English Language Arts




Meaning, Context, and Craft-Write narrative text

Range and Complexity-Write independently over time

Recommended Technology: 

-Smart Board 

Other instructional materials or notes: 
  1. Smart Board
  2. Computer
  3. ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’ by: Drew Daywalt
  4. Descriptive Word Bank
  5. Transition Word Bank
  6. Notebook Paper
  7. Final Draft Paper
  8. Pencils
  9. Colored Pencils/Markers

Writing Letters

Less than 1 hour
Lesson type: 
Traditional Lesson
Lesson overview: 

The students will learn how to form a proper letter. They will be able to remove key ideas/details from a text and apply it to their writing. They will also be able to incorporate transition and descriptive words into their writing. 

Essential Question: 

Why is it important to know how to write letters? What are some different reasons that we may need to know how to write a letter? 

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