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Learning Objectives:
• Identify elements of Narrative Common Core Writing based on standards
• Analyze a Common Core Narrative Writing Rubric
Success Criteria:
• Participants will identify instructional shifts for Narrative Common Core
Writing based on standards
4d
Fact or Fiction?
Narrative writing is not taught in Common Core.
All narrative writing will be a Prose Constructed Response (PCR).
Students will no longer write stories.
Types of Common Core Writing
Plan learning
experiences
and
instruction
Assessments
Identify
Standards
1a, 1c, 1e, 1f
Assessment/Instructional Task:
rose onstructed esponse
LACC.5.RL.1.1
LACC.5.RL.1.2
LACC.5.RL.1.3
LACC.5.RL.2.6
1a, 1e, 1f
LACC.5.RI.1.1
LACC.5.RI.1.3
LACC.5.RI.2.4
Prose Constructed Response
At the conclusion of Chapter 6,
students will be asked to write a
cliffhanger to complete the story
of Jack and Annie. Knowledge
of volcanoes should be evident
in the cliffhanger through the
use of the completed Volcano
Terms graphic organizer from
Volcanoes. A rubric will be used
to assess the application of
student knowledge of volcanoes,
as well as, integration of author’s
craft into their cliffhanger.
LACC.5.W.1.2.d
LACC.5.W.1.3a-e
LACC.5.RL.1.1 LACC.5.RI.1.1
LACC.5.RL.1.2 LACC.5.RI.1.3
LACC.5.RL.1.3 LACC.5.RI.2.4
LACC.5.RL.2.6
rose onstructed esponse
Rubric
How is narrative
writing evident in a
rose onstructed
esponse Rubric?
1a, 1c
Identify Your Standards:
What do the Narrative Common Core Standards
REALLY Say?
Grade 5:
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective
technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.
a. Orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator
and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.
• Concept of a “reader” or audience
• Creating a situation
(problem/event)
• Narrator
• Character(s)
• Natural progression of a story
1a
• Clear situation presented using
author’s craft/style of writing
• Point of view is evident, either
through a narrator or character(s)
• Story unfolds in a natural, logical
progression
What Does Your Grade Level Narrative
Common Core Standard Require?
Table groups will collaborate to do the following:
Conduct a close read of your grade level’s narrative writing
standard
Determine what has to be taught based on the standard and what
student writing must look like based on the standard
1a
Grade levels will
now analyze a
Common Core
Narrative Writing
Rubric.
Plan learning
experiences
and
instruction
Assessments
Identify
Standards
1a, 1c, 1e, 1f
Expectations for
your grade level
Narrative
Common Core
Writing Standard
have been
identified.
Common Core Writing Rubric
1a, 1c
Table Group Activity:
Reflect on Common Core Narrative Writing
Reflect on the following:
How might your instruction change after analyzing your
grade level’s Common Core Narrative Writing Standard and
Common Core Narrative Writing Rubric?
4d
This will be the
focus of October’s
Early Release.
Plan learning
experiences
and
instruction
Assessments
Identify
Standards
Professional Development Reflection
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• Please leave your table group’s
Reflection on Common Core Narrative Writing
4d
References
Benjamin, A. (2013). Big Skills for the Common Core.
Larchmont: Eye on Education.
English Language Arts Standards. (n.d.). Retrieved August 19,
2013, from Common Core State Standards Initiative:
http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy

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