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Creative Writing - Oral Storytelling Lesson # 4 Date: March 9, 2017

Lesson Title:

Emelie Comtois ELA 5/6


Name: Subject: Grade(s):

Rationale: (lesson context and reasons why lesson matters)

It is important to know the various aspects of creative writing as it contributes to an effective communicator and a well-rounded
student. Communication of our creative ideas and expression through voice is valuable when interacting with others.

Curriculum Connections : https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/

Big Ideas
Using language in creative and playful ways helps us understand how language works.

Curricular Competency
Use oral storytelling processes.
Exchange ideas and perspectives to build shared understanding.
Demonstrate awareness of the oral tradition in First Peoples cultures and the purposes of First Peoples texts.

Content
Story or Text - literary elements,
Strategies and Processes - oral language strategies

Learning Intentions Activity Assessment


I can create an oral story. Collaborate with a group and create an Story creation, accompanied by book.
oral story together, via circle story Logical progression, elements of a story,
strategy. Illustrate and write contributions contributions represented
to create book.

Prerequisite Concepts and Skill :( for student success)


- Collaborative, thinking, and listening skills
- Ability to partake in discussions

Materials and Resources with References/Sources:

For Teacher For Students

Oral story Writing and drawing utensils


Cut up pieces of paper for books
Art supplies
Hole punch & rings
Roll a story sheet (7 copies) and dice

Differentiated Instruction (DI): (accommodations)

- Be prepared to notate for a few students who want to write but have difficulty
- If you can hear me touch your ___

Organizational/Management Strategies: (anything special to consider?)

- Allow students to work at different paces


- Students can represent their contributions through illustration and include full sentences or a few words (parallel to their level)

Possible Aboriginal Connections / First Peoples Principles of Learning


http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/abed/principles_of_learning.pdf and https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/sites/curriculum.gov.bc.ca/files/pdf/
aboriginal_education_bc.pdf
Build a Community of Learners
- facilitate talking circles to support individual and group voice

Plan for Experiential Learning


- create opportunities for students to work at their own rate
- support hands on learning and risk taking
- provide opportunities for reflective thinking

Lesson Activities:
Teacher Activities Student Activities pacing

Introduction (hook/motivation/lesson overview)

Deb Masso (or I) share an oral story


What was the main message you got from this story? Listen respectfully to the story 10 mins
What are the values that are evident? Think about and respond to questions about the story
messages or intentions
Body (lesson flow/ management)

Review elements of a story 1/2


- characters, setting, problem, solution Refresh memory on story elements mins

Circle Stories Roll dice to determine story prompt


- groups of 5 Take turns each saying a sentence out loud to 10 mins
- roll a story for prompts contribute to story
A few rounds around the circle (not too much)
Illustrate Contributions
- picture representation Illustrate contributions with art materials 15 mins
- add sentence or few words (to your capability), but Include sentence/few words
some writing

Closure ( connections within lesson or between


lessons, sharing successes, summaries)
2/3
Combine to create books, hole punch & tie together Put book together with group mins

Reflections: (over)

- Discussion engagement and participation, circle story creations, detail and written contribution
- Any other ways to adapt or engage kids who need more time or attention?