Memorable Characters... Magnificent Stories: 10 Mini-Lessons on Crafting Lively Characters - The Key to Great Student Story Writing, Grades 3-6
What’s the secret to great story writing? Great characters! This fresh approach to teaching narrative writing will help your students create fully developed characters as a first step. Then watch these characters come alive as students write them into stories that unfold naturally from character traits. Book-based mini-lessons, planning sheets, and writing activities help students give characters voice, develop conflict, show character growth, and much more. A concrete, motivating way to teach narrative. For use with Grades 3-6.
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