Introduction to Writing Lessons

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Homework/Extension: Write a paragraph that summarizes your group’s discussion and answer the following question: how did discussing your topic with other people help you plan for writing? Bring in paragraph for tomorrow (Day 4).

Evidence of Accomplishment/Student work: Paragraph that identifies possible applications to the writing prompt.

Allyson Sklover

English Department

Brooklyn Technical High School

Lesson 9
Writing Process: Annotating Texts and Taking Notes Lesson

Fourth Lesson in a Weeklong Series of Five Lessons
Lesson Objective: To use the writing process by performing the prewriting activity of annotating texts and taking notes.

Aim: To annotate a passage in preparation for writing an essay in response to the prompt, “To gain that which is worth having, it may be necessary to lose everything else.”

ELA Standard: ELA HS Writing Core Performance Indicators: Use the writing process (e.g. prewriting, drafting, revising, proofreading, and editing) and Use prewriting activities (e.g., brainstorming, freewriting, note taking, outlining, and paragraphing).

Materials: Two photo-copied passages from the current text, suggested from Day 3’s small group discussions (in which students had discussed possible examples).

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