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Teacher Name: Subas Bk

Unit Title: Writing an Autobiography


Time: 40 mins
Class/Grade: 5

Lesson: 5/How to Start Writing an Autobiography

Unit Overview
Main Idea (Claim) Summative Assessment
Giving hints students to start writing an
autobiography

Guiding Questions Objectives (know/understand/do/value)


The student will . . .
1. How do you start writing an - Know how to write an autobiography
autobiography essay? - Practice writing an autobiography essay
2. What is your theme of your
autobiography essay?
3. What is your hobby?

Time Instructional Procedures and Strategies


Beginning the Lesson
2 mins 1. Greeting students

2. Outline for class

Asking students about their favorite foods, place and hobbies


Lecture

15 3. Asking students their favorite foods, place and hobbies


mins
4. Lecture: how to start writing an autobiography essay?
When you write an autobiographical essay, you should remember to use words
(I, me, my, and mine)

Elements of autobiography writing


1. First paragraph
Introduction: Family and yourself and include the theme of your story
Theme: The main idea of your story

2. Second paragraph
Event: What happened in your story

3. Third paragraph
Aim: What you want to be in the future
Teacher Name: Subas Bk
Unit Title: Writing an Autobiography
Time: 40 mins
Class/Grade: 5

4. Four paragraph
Hobbies, food and place: what you most like to play and doing something.
For example, playing soccer, basketball, and reading
Write about your favorite food and the place you most like to visit

5. Conclusion: Summarize your story in very short sentences

10 Developing the Lesson


mins 1. I will let students to start writing an autobiography

10
mins 2. I will divide students in a group
- I will give the instruction of group work
- They will share their auto biography what they have written in a group (it may
help students to get ideas from their friend to write an autobiography

3 mins Closing the Lesson


1. Question time
2. Remind what they should do for the next class

Formative Assessment Differentiation


Practice in group

Resources
Marker
PowerPoint