Teaches students in levels 3 through 5 the components of a well-written, creative story and how to evaluate writing at four levels of complexity.

Students work on activities where they read given titles to decide what a story is going to be about.

3 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine the audience from a given piece of text.

2 Lessons

Students work on activities where they pick a word that rhymes with a given set of words and identify rhyming words in a
given quatrain and couplet.

4 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine whether a given passage or title represents a “character, problem or solution” story or a “personal experience” story.

2 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine whether a given situation warrants a formal or friendly letter.

1 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine the character or setting from an opening.

1 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine the sense that relates to a given passage or word and determine whether given details relate to a specific setting.

3 Lessons

Students work on activities where they relate a given passage to a mood.

1 Lessons

Students work on activities where they differentiate between character, setting and plot and put events in order.

2 Lessons

Students work on activities where they differentiate between character, setting, plot and a crisis problem.

3 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine the most effective climax for a given passage.

2 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine an appropriate ending for a given story.

2 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine characteristics for a given character and determine whether given
characteristics are internal or
not.

4 Lessons

Students work on activities where they differentiate between character, setting, plot, solution and a crisis-problem. They will also be asked to determine mood, setting, conflict, ending, opening of a given story.

3 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine whether a given description is interesting or not and match adjectives with appropriate objects.

4 Lessons

Students work on activities where they identify the statement part of a two part question.

3 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine whose point of view is being expressed from clues in a given statement. They also identify whether a given sentence strongly supports a
basic argument.

3 Lessons

Students work on activities where they identify details that are relevant for a given situation, recognize key words and important details.

6 Lessons

Students work on activities where they work on reading comprehension
skills.

4 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine an effective word to insert into a story.

4 Lessons

Students work on activities where they determine the proper punctuation marks to insert into a story.

5 Lessons