2.Share it with the two partners AND with me (“Kerrie Willis”).
3.Read each other your list of fifteen clichés.
4.Mark any clichés on pages 13-14 you might want to use.
5.Talk about a possible conflict, or a character.
6.Start typing your story!
Cliché Trio Story Requirements/Grading
1)Yes No We used as many clichés as possible to
create a fictional story.
2)Yes No We boldfaced the clichés so they stand
out from the story.
3)Yes No We
used least four sentences of dialogue in quotation marks.
4)Yes No Type between one and one and a half
5)Yes No We doublespaced our story.
6)Yes No We used paragraphs to indicate shifting
ØI will be creating shared
folders on google for our class.
ØI will be commenting on your
stories as you are creating them.
Last Ten Minutes of Class = Organization
1.Pass out green turn-in sheet, and explain it.
2.You can see from the sheet we do at least one assignment per day
that is graded. If you’ve been in class,
you probably have all these items. If
you’ve been absent, you should be reading the blog carefully, and completing
the assigned work at home.
3.Pass back Free Write #1, WE#2, and today’s homework, so you can
start getting your packet in order.
4.Are you missing any items?
You have a day to find them/do them.
Everything on the list is due when the tardy bell rings for class
you’ve been absent and need to complete an item on your green turn-in sheet.