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Jacqueline Firster

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Writing Prompt - What Would You Make?

You will be asked to spend at least 10 minutes crafting a response to this writing prompt. 1. First, look carefully at the image prompt provided in this Activity. 2. Think critically and creatively about what this prompt is asking you to write about. 3. Take time to develop a plan for your writing. Organize your thoughts. Who is your audience? What idea do you want to convey in your writing? (This planning should be done on paper). 4. Tap the add button . 5. Choose how you would like to submit your response to this prompt. - Type a note OR - Write your response on paper and take a CLEAR photo of your writing page/pages. You can add an illustration to your writing by tapping the add page button 6. Edit your work by reading it aloud. Does it make sense? Check for capitalization, punctuation, and complete sentences. 7. Tap the to add to your portfolio.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, English Language Arts, Writing, STEAM
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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10 Minute Writing Prompt ELA Gifted Personalized Student Choice English Language Arts Home STEM Science Design Thinking "Tell the Story" These writing prompts were expertly created by John Spencer and openly shared to teachers and students. They were created for Middle School students but some can certainly be used with younger students.