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Lesson I Can Statement Standard To Do

Pre- I can complete my 1. Allow time for students to


assessment personal narrative pre- complete a pre-assessment
October 2 assessment. narrative with no
instruction.

Story Map I can use plan my W.5.5. 1. Discuss teacher's story


narrative using a story map
October 10 map. 2. Have students create their
own story map

Good I can write a beginning W.5.3a 1. Read section 2 (Good


Beginnings that captures the readers Beginnings)
interest and hooks the 2. Create a checklist for
October 16 reader into reading on. students that includes
components of a good
beginning
3. Mini-lesson to introduce
each type of beginning
4. Allow time to work on story
Assessment: Students will be
formally assessed when finding
novels and sharing the beginning
on a google doc with the class.
The teacher will be checking to
make sure that students are able
to identify which beginning
technique is used. Students will
also be formally assessed as the
teacher walks around the room
checking students beginnings as
they write to make sure the
beginning techniques are used

Elaborative I can describe the setting W.5.3b 1. Model a good setting


Detail using elaborative detail description
(setting) and sensory description. 2. Have students contribute to
October 18 a setting on the board.
3. Allow time to work on story
Assessment: Students will be
formally assessed while
contributing to the setting on the
board. Students will also be
formally assessed while writing
their stories.
Elaborative I can describe my main W.5.3b 1. Divide class into four
Detail character and supporting groups.
(character) characters using strong 2. Have students describe
October 19 adjectives and elaborative their groups picture.
detail. 3. Post pictures up on the
board and read
descriptions. Have students
try to guess which picture is
being described.
4. Allow time to work on story
Assessment: Students will be
formally assessed while working in
groups to come up with strong
adjectives to describe their groups
image. Students will be formally
assessed while matching
descriptions to pictures. Students
will be formally assessed again
while they work on their character
descriptions in their story.

Main Event I can describe the main W.5.3 1. Present main event
event using actions, slideshow
October 25 descriptions, 2. Have students complete
thoughts/feelings, and Comparing Summaries and
dialogue. Fully Elaborated Main
I can stretch the main Events worksheet
event using elaborative 3. Allow time to work on story
description.
Assessment: Students will be
formally assessed while
highlighting the action, description,
thoughts/feelings, and dialogue on
Comparing Summaries and Fully
Elaborated Main Events
worksheet. Students will be
formally assessed again when the
teacher reads students stories on
their google doc.

Endings I can provide a conclusion W.5.3 1. Review good endings menu


that follows from the with the class
October 30 narrated experiences or 2. Analyze this Ending
events. worksheet and an Extend
this Ending worksheet in
pairs.
3. Following the activity, have
a few students share what
they have written.
4. Allow time to work on story

Assessment: Students will be


formally assessed on their
understanding of good ending
techniques while sharing answers
from worksheets. Students will be
formally assessed again when the
teacher reads the students
answers after they are handed in.
Students are to be assessed again
when the teacher is reading the
students essays.

Editing I can use spell check, Production 1. Review editing checklist


Lesson listen to my story using and 2. Allow time for students to
google read and write, Distribution go through their checklist.
November have a peer review my of writing
5 story. I can correct Assessment: Students will be
punctuation, formally assessed through
capitalization, complete observation while they are working
sentences, and comma on their worksheets. Students will
misuse in my story. be formally assessed while sharing
answers. Students will be formally
assessed again when the teacher
reads their essays. Students will
be summatively assessed following
the lesson based on the focus &
detail, organization, voice, word
choice, sentence structure,
Grammar, mechanics, and
spelling.