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Teaching Audience Through Interactive Writing
|Grades||K – 2|
|Lesson Plan Type||Unit|
|Estimated Time||Thirteen 20-minute sessions|
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY
- Black marker
- Chart paper, pointer, and easel (or something else to hold chart paper; must be accessible to students)
- Stationary and envelopes
- Various books by Alma Flor Ada (With Love, Little Red Hen; Dear Peter Rabbit; Yours Truly, Goldilocks)
|1.||Access About Interactive Writing to find a definition of interactive writing and read about the roles of teacher and students during an interactive writing lesson.
|2.||Gather the resources listed (e.g., chart paper, easel, marker, and pointer) and place them in the group meeting area to be used as needed.
|3.||Ensure that your students have a genuine purpose for the invitation writing activity. Invitations can be created for poetry readings, Readers Theater, dramatic interpretations of stories, book shares, author chairs, or other meaningful literacy activities.