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SCSC-Empowering Writers-Narrative Writing for Grades2-7

This workshop is geared for any teacher responsible for teaching narrative writing with a focus on grades 2-7. Understand the key characteristics of narrative writing as well as a proven, practical, research-based methodology that works in the real world of the classroom! Come away with specific lesson plans with clear objectives that empower you to:

 

  • understand the characteristics of a range of narrative types of stories: character/problem/solution, personal experience, imaginative, realistic fiction
  • explore the reading-writing connection
  • learn specific strategies for writing entertaining beginnings
  • write relevant, vivid elaborative detail
  • build suspense
  • develop fully-elaborated main events
  • craft satisfying extended story endings
  • receive powerful exemplars of narrative writing for classroom use
  • address the personal experience narrative

Important Session Information:

For member districts of the SCSC Professional Development Consortium the fee has been waived. All other participants will pay the listed fee including Nurses and Paraprofessionals. Registrants for the session will be notified by email (the address tied to escWorks). All "no-shows" will be invoiced the full price of the session(s) not attended. No credit will be awarded until the fee is paid.  In order for teachers to receive the required resource they should go to the survey link below and enter their grade information.  Survey Link
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Session ID:
341344
Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
19 / 20
Fee:
$0.00
Contact Person:
Karen McMahen
Instructor(s):
TBA TBA
Audiences:  2, 3-5, 6, 7, Instructional Leaders, Instructional Facilitators, Curriculum Coordinators
Date Time Location
8/1/2018 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM South Central Service Cooperative - _Annex Building - Annex Conference Room