- We went to Stewart, and we read our stories to our buddies, and they read their papers to us.
- We worked on the checklist (below) until 12:30.
- At 12:30, we had a paper pass-back, and we reviewed our grades, then wrote our mid-term reflections.
- Homework = TWO (2) more illustrations for your children's story
HACAW Workshop—Children’s Story
· Facebook Profile—pass forward now; I’ll return it to you in fifteen minutes or so.
Thoughtfully and carefully complete all items by 12:30 and put this checklist in the drawer, please.
_______1) Review your storyboard.
_______2) Review our master list of what can make a good children’s story.
_______3) Review the orange rubric for how I’ll evaluate your book
_______4) Type your story: doublespaced; 1 ½ - 2 ½ pages
_______5) Print a copy out, and label it “Rough Draft”.
_______6) Trade with Partner #1.
Write comments on each other’s drafts about the following rubric items:
· Plot Development
· Use of Literary Devices
· Grammar and Spelling
_______7) Sign the draft you read.
_______8) Read your conferencer’s comments, then put the R/D in the drawer.
_______9) Read through three children’s stories written by first block to see a variety of layout ideas.
Author or Book
Things You Learned—Layout, Design, Binding, Etc.
______10) Create two more full-page illustrations, or four more half-page illustrations for key elements in your story.
Favorite Historical Figure:_____________________________________________________________________
Favorite Dance Move:_________________________________________________________________________