Lesson Plan : The Different Types of Writing

Teacher Name:
 Ms. Oout
 Grade 6
 Language Arts

 Types of Writing
 Narration: Description: Exposition: Persuasion: Argumentative:
 1.Defining each type of writing 2.Assigning homework 3.Writing essays under this topic
 This topic will be noted by students by the techniques that they learned at the simple note taking lesson
 Types of Writing Worksheet(Simple Note Taking) Types of Writing Worksheet/Teacher Edition
 Narrative:Narrative Writing tells a personal or fictional experience or tells a story based on a real or imagined event.
 Exposition:Expository writing is writing that is designed to convey information or explain what is difficult to understand.
 Persuasion:Persuasive writing attempts to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or to take a specific action.
 A descriptive essay could describe . . . * a tree in my backyard; * a visit to the children's ward of a hospital; * a hot fudge sundae; * what an athlete did in order to make it to the Olympics. The descriptive essay provides details about how something looks, feels, tastes, smells, makes one feel, or sounds. It can also describe what something is, or how something happened. These essays generally use a lot of sensory details. The essay could be a list-like description that provides point by point details. Or, it could function as a story, keeping the reader interested in the plot and theme of the event described.
Checking For Understanding:
 Teachnology offers a series of great rubrics to help assess this. Just click on "Rubrics" at the top of this page.
 At the end of the topic there will be a 80 minutes types of writing Quiz
Teacher Reflections:
 6th Grade Weekend Homework

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