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Common Core: W.4.10
| by: Emily Cohen

Lessonset 4th grade narrative writing: responding to a narrative prompt (1)

Interpreting a narrative writing prompt, brainstorming topics and drafting and revising a narrative response in the 4th grade for the prompt: People say "Practice makes perfect." Think about a time when you had to practice something a lot before mastering it. Write a story about a time when you had to practice something for a long time before understanding it.
  1. Identifying key ideas in a narrative writing prompt

    Identifying key ideas in a narrative writing prompt

    Common Core: W.4.10 | by: Emily Cohen

    In this lesson you will learn how to figure out what type of writing you should do to answer a prompt by identifying the key ideas in the prompt.

  2. Brainstorm possible story ideas for a response to a narrative prompt

    Brainstorm possible story ideas for a response to a narrative prompt

    Common Core: W.4.5 | by: Emily Cohen

    In this lesson you will learn how to brainstorm possible story ideas by making a list.

  3. Choosing a story idea for a narrative

    Choosing a story idea for a narrative

    Common Core: W.4.5 | by: Emily Cohen

    In this lesson, you will learn how to choose a story idea by asking, "Which of these could I write most about?" and then imagining the story.

  4. Organize ideas chronologically for a narrative

    Organize ideas chronologically for a narrative

    Common Core: W.4.3a | by: Emily Cohen

    In this lesson, you will learn how to tell your story step-by-step by getting the memory in your head and thinking "What happened first, then next, then next."รน

  5. Use transition words in narrative writing

    Use transition words in narrative writing

    Common Core: W.4.1c | by: Emily Cohen

    In this lesson, you will learn how to guide your audience through your story by using transition words.

  6. Add details about characters in narrative writing

    Add details about characters in narrative writing

    Common Core: W.4.3b | by: Emily Cohen

    In this lesson, you will learn how to make your story more realistic and exciting by adding details about the characters.

  7. Write a strong ending for a narrative

    Write a strong ending for a narrative

    Common Core: W.4.3e | by: Emily Cohen

    In this lesson, you will learn how to to create strong endings for your narratives by showing the reader how you feel.