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Polar Story

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Polar Story




 

Goal

Write an action anecdote to place your reader into an event and the emotions of your creature or person.  This is a persuasive technique.

 

Research:

Research your person or animal.

Be prepared to share their findings with the class about:

  • Size
  • Habitat
  • Diet
  • Predators
  • Adaptation to the environment (behavioral and biological)
  • Environmental Threats to survival
  • Connections of environmental issues to your life
  • Connections of environmental issues to world communities

 

Assignment: Anecdote

Be your animal or person! Write a "lively" anecdote of a slow motion event in your life!

Pretend to be the animal or person.

Think of an event that might happen.

Describe that even in slow motion.

Include the researched facts about your person or animal

Continue revising your anecdote so that it includes:

Content:

diet

habitat

size

predators

adaptations (behavioral and biological)

environmental issues

environmental threats

Style:

Action

Vivid verbs (Action)

Nifty nouns (Names)

Evidence

Experiences

Short/Long sentences

Simile

Alliteration

Onomatopoeia

Dialogue (Thinking/Talking)

Write your draft.  Then create a new page called "W7 Code Polar Story" using the Polar Story template.  Write your story below.  Revise as new information and ideas are researched and imagined.

 


Title

Code

Date

 

 

 

 


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