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Mrs. DeHaan

Student Instructions

Language Arts

Use the mentor text, “One Word from Sophia”written by Jim Averbook. Step 1. Listen to the story with your parents. Afterwards, talk to your parents, and decide which one word is best for you. Step 3. After you choose your one word, use four supporting details to explain your word choice. Step 4. Create a semantic web and place your word in the middle of your storyboard paper. Step 5.-8. Place your supporting details around your One Word. Look at your example to guide you. Step 9. Check the spelling of your word and use a semantic map to create your storyboard for your project. This is a must before you begin using your creation Seesaw Tool. Step 10. Click on the + sign and choose which medium you would like to use for your creation. Step 10. Use your storyboard to guide your creation using your chosen productivity tool. Step 11. Click + and narrate your project. Step 12. Ask your teacher to Tweet it out @Seesaw

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Art, English Language Arts, Writing
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