WritingBoot CampGet your soldiers ready tobattle compositions onwriting tests!This product includes:Cadence Motivational SongExpository Writing GamePersonal Narrative Writing GameExpository Prewriting –Composition MatchPersonal Narrative Prewriting-Composition MatchIntroductions Matching GameCapitalization Rules Matching GameBasic Spelling Words GameSpelling Rules Matching GameMake your test reviewfun and meaningful!Modify and add any of your ideasto motivate your students! Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Teacher-Student Cadence Call & Chant: Writing CadenceTeacher CallStudent CallI don't know, but I've been toldGrade 4 writers are really boldI don't know, but I've been toldGrade 4 writers are really boldWriting essays at our bestMaking sure to pass STAAR testWriting essays at our bestMaking sure to pass STAAR testNar-ra-tives Ex-pos-i-to-ryMaking plans for each cat-e-gor-yNar-ra-tives Ex-pos-i-to-ryMaking plans for each cat-e-gor-yUsing the writing processThat's how we ensure our best!Using the writing processThat's how we ensure our best!Planning, Prewrite then first draftRead, revise then rereadPlanning, Prewrite then first draftRead, revise, then rereadEdits Final Draft RereadMaking sure it's very neatEdits Final Draft RereadMaking sure it's very neatPlanningFirst DraftFinal DraftPlanningFirst DraftFinal DraftCALL TOGETHERPlanningFirst DraftFinal DraftDon’t hesitate!Make it Great!Begin again with:I don't know, but I've been toldGrade 4 writers are really boldI don't know, but I've been toldGrade 4 writers are really boldWriting essays at our bestMaking sure to pass STAAR testWriting essays at our bestMaking sure to pass STAAR test In place of “STAAR” the word “state” or “the” may be substituted.
Background InformationIn the armed services, a military cadence or cadence call is atraditional call-and-response work song sung by military personnel whilerunning or marching. The call requires no instruments to play. As a sortof work song, military cadences take their rhythms from the work beingdone. Many cadences have a call and response structure of which onesoldier initiates a line, and the remaining soldiers complete it, thusinstilling teamwork and camaraderie for completion.In this case, a teacher is set to initiate a line, and the students repeat theline. The cadence calls move to the beat and rhythm of the normal speed(quick time) march or running-in-formation (double time) march. For themilitary, this serves the purpose of keeping soldiers "dressed", moving instep as a unit and in formation, while maintaining the correct beat orcadence. For students, it may serve to start the boot camp activities in afun and engaging approach. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
WritingBoot CampGet your soldiers ready to battlecompositions on writing tests!Expository WritingGamePersonal NarrativeWriting GameMake your test reviewfun and meaningful! Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Instructional ObjectiveStudents review the elements of an effective expository or personal narrative essay.Game ObjectiveBe the first team to assemble an expository or personal narrative essay by knocking down element cards and earningpoints with corresponding parts of an essay. The teams have 5 minutes to earn the element cards and assemble theessay. This game includes two sets of games: an expository game and a personal narrative game.Total time: 25 minutes per game.MaterialsElement cards for either an expository or personal narrative essay, 3-5 bean bags (or other tossing object) for each team,and zip-lock baggies to store corresponding essay parts.Set upMake 3-4 teams. Each team is given bean bags or other tossing objects. Assign one student per team to be the personwho tosses back the tossing item. Make copies of element cards and corresponding essay parts for each team. Set up theelement cards by folding each card and placing them at a safe distance on a table, desk or floor.Place baggies with corresponding essay parts near each team to be used to assemble the essay as the team earns theelement card. Alternately, to avoid cutting strips of essay parts, students can check off a part of an essay directly on thesheet with the essay strips to note essay points and parts earned. Blank boxes are provided for this method.Student Directions188.8.131.52.Team players take turns tossing their bean bag at the element cards.As each element card is hit, the team earns the assigned points and a matching part of the essay. The studentsassemble the essay together if cut in strips or check off the box if using that method.At the end of five minutes, the team to put together the essay with the most points wins.Important, have each team read the essay they were able to assemble. Begin with the winning team(s). Showstudents that a “winning” essay is one that includes all the major elements.Note: Some element cards do not include parts of the essay. For example, “Neat handwriting” only earns points.Students earn these extra points because an effective essay includes using neat handwriting. Students add theseextra points to the overall total at the end of the game.
ExpositoryGameTotal Possible Points: 550
Fold hereFold hereIntroductionBody ParagraphTopic and Central IdeaMain idea with examples150 Points50 Points
Fold hereFold hereBody ParagraphBody ParagraphMain idea with personalexperienceand cause and effectMain idea with personalexperience,cause and effect,and examples75 Points100 Points
Fold hereFold hereConclusionCorrectInsightful way to restatetopic, central idea, andparting thoughtSpelling, capitalization,and punctuation100 Points25 Points
Fold hereFold hereNeatFinalHandwritingReread, revise, edit25 Points25 Points
IntroductionTopic and Central Idea150 PointsBody ParagraphMain Idea with examples50 PointsBody ParagraphMain idea with personal experienceand cause and effect75 PointsBody ParagraphMain idea with personal experience,cause and effect,and examples100 PointsConclusionInsightful way to restate topic,central idea, and parting thought100 PointsCorrectSpelling, capitalization, punctuation25 PointsFinalReread, revise, edit25 PointsNeatHandwriting25 PointsMy Dad is a very important man in my family. He is important because heteaches me, and he cares about me even when I’ve done something wrong.He would do anything for me. He is a great role model to me.He teaches me how to build model cars and fix a broken pipe, a fan, adoor, and even a lawn mower. I learn a lot from him. He can also bepatient, kind, and understanding as he teaches me new things.If I get in trouble, he doesn’t stop caring for me, and he will always forgive me.But, he will give me punishment for my wrongdoing. One time I lied aboutdoing my homework. When he found out I had lied to him, he didn’t let me goto my friend’s house to play, and he made me do extra spelling work.When I need help, he is there like Superman to the rescue. He can and will dojust about anything for me. If I need help with my math homework, he will helpme even if he has something important to do. When I don’t have time to do mychores like wash dishes, wash the dogs, set up dinner, or wash clothes, my dadwill do it for me. I hope he knows how much I truly appreciate his efforts.That’s why I love my Dad, and that’s why he is so very important to me. I lovedoing things with him. I hope to grow up to be just like him when I have children. Ican’t imagine my life without him. He’ll always be important in my life and in myheart. Always!
Personal NarrativeGameTotal Possible Points: 500
Fold hereFold hereIntroductionEventDemand of the promptOccasion of storySet the stage150 Points50 Points
Fold hereFold hereEventEvent50 Points50 Points
Fold hereFold hereConclusionCorrectInsightful way to showan outcome and partingthoughtSpelling, Capitalization,and Punctuation100 Points50 Points
Fold hereNeatFold hereHandwritingFinalReread, Revise,Edit25 Points25 Points
IntroductionOccasion, significant characters,Set the stage150 PointsBody ParagraphEvent50 PointsBody ParagraphEvent50 PointsBody ParagraphEvent50 PointsConclusionInsightful way to show an outcomeand parting thought100 PointsCorrectSpelling, capitalization, punctuation50 PointsFinalReread, revise, edit25 PointsNeatHandwriting25 PointsDecisions have to be made in life. It may be when you’re a baby and don’tknow which candy to take, or you’re an adult and don’t know what job totake. For me it was which friend should I take – my newest friend, Sam, or afriend from school?I met Sam at a birthday party. We started talking, and I noticed we hadmany things in common. We started having play dates and sleepovers.Pretty soon I was facing a decision to ask Sam to join me on a family trip.My parents said I could take one friend on our vacation to Disney World. Ididn’t know if I should ask Sam to join me. We went to two differentelementary schools, and we hardly ever saw each other during the week. But,we had a blast when we were together on weekends.Some of my school friends might be jealous because I wasn’t taking one of themto Disney World. I enjoyed my new friendship with Sam a lot though, and I didn’tknow what to do. I finally just asked Sam to go with us. With a huge smile, Samsaid, “Yes! Yes! I would love to go!” This made me smile too.The best decision I ever made was to ask Sam to join our family vacation. It was agreat trip because it was a great decision and Sam is still a great friend.
WritingBoot CampGet your soldiers ready to battlecompositions on writing tests!ExpositoryPrewriting – Composition MatchPersonal NarrativePrewriting – Composition MatchMake your test reviewfun and meaningful! Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Instructional ObjectiveStudents review the prewriting elements of an effectiveexpository or personal narrative composition.Game ObjectiveBe the first team to assemble the composition to match theprewriting planning organizer.MaterialsPrewriting or planning graphic organizer for either anexpository or personal narrative composition, zip-lock baggiesto store corresponding composition partsSet upMake groups of 3-4 students. Make copies, cut the compositionparts, and place in zip lock baggies for each team.Student Directions1. Team players race to assemble the composition to match theprewriting. Either the planning graphic organizer or alternatestudent written organizer may be used.Important, for added review, have one student from thewinning team read one section of the prewriting asanother student from the winning team then orally readsthe corresponding part of the essay. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Expository Writing PromptRead the following quote.To us, family means putting your arms around each otherand being there.-Barbara BushThink about the people in your family.Write about one person in your family who has been special to you.Explain what makes that person important and special.Be sure to – clearly state your central ideaorganize your writingdevelop your writing in detailchoose your words carefullyuse correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and sentences Fisher Reyna Education 2013
PLANNING ORGANIZEREXPOSITORYCentral Idea My dad is very important in my family and to me.Place a check mark ( ) by the ideas to be used in writing the composition.Main Ideas about the Central IdeaFirst Main IdeaSupporting DetailsTeaches meBuild thingsFix things like a broken pipe and lawn mowerPatient, kind, understandingSecond Main IdeaCares for me even whenI do wrongAlways forgives meLied about homeworkpunishmentThird Main IdeaHelps meSuperman to the rescueHelps me with math homeworkHelps me with choresI appreciate his help.Concluding StatementI hope to grow up to be just like him when I have children. He’ll always be important in my lifeand in my heart. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Alternate planning guide - Use if planning organizer has been committed to memory.Introduction – Central IdeaMy dad is very important in my family and to me.1st main idea – He teaches me.Build thingsFix things like a broken pipe and lawn mowerHe is patient, kind, and understanding.2nd main idea – He cares for me even when I do wrong.Always forgives meWhen I lied about homeworkPunishment3rd main idea – He helps me.Superman to the rescueHelps me with math homeworkHelps me with choresI appreciate his help.Concluding StatementI hope to grow up to be just like him when I have children.He’‛ll always be important in my life and in my heart. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
My Dad is a very important man in my family. He is importantbecause he teaches me, and he cares about me even when I’‛vedone something wrong. He would do anything for me. He is agreat role model to me.He teaches me how to build model cars and fix a broken pipe,a fan, a door, and even a lawn mower. I learn a lot from him.He can also be patient, kind, and understanding as he teachesme new things.If I get in trouble, he doesn’‛t stop caring for me, and he willalways forgive me. But, he will give me punishment for mywrongdoing. One time I lied about doing my homework. Whenhe found out I had lied to him, he didn’‛t let me go to myfriend’‛s house to play, and he made me do extra spelling work.When I need help, he is there like Superman to the rescue.He can and will do just about anything for me. If I need helpwith my math homework, he will help me even if he hassomething important to do. When I don’‛t have time to do mychores like wash dishes, wash the dogs, set up dinner, or washclothes, my dad will do it for me. I hope he knows how much Itruly appreciate his efforts.That’‛s why I love my Dad, and that’‛s why he is so veryimportant to me. I love doing things with him. I hope to growup to be just like him when I have children. I can’‛t imagine mylife without him. He’‛ll always be important in my life and in myheart. Always! Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Personal Narrative PromptLook at the picture below.It is not uncommon to struggle to make difficult decisions in life.Write about a time when you struggled to make a decision.Be sure to – write about a personal experienceorganize your writingdevelop your ideas in detailchoose your words carefullyuse correct spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and sentences Fisher Reyna Education 2013
PLANNING ORGANIZERPERSONAL NARRATIVEOccasionDecision about which friend I should take on our family vacation toDisney World.SignificantcharactersSam and ISet the stageShould I take my newest friend, Sam, or a friend from school?First eventI met Sam, and we started hanging out.Second eventMy parents said I could take one friend on our family vacation to DisneyWorld.Third eventSome friends might be jealous, but I asked Sam to go with us.Final outcomeIt was the best decision I ever made. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Alternate planning guide - Use if planning organizer has been committed to memory.Introduction – Occasion - Decision about which friend I should take onour family vacation to Disney World. Significant Characters – Sam and I Set the stage - Should I take my newest friend, Sam, ora friend from school?1st event – I met Sam, and we started hanging out.2nd event – My parents said I could take one friend on ourfamily vacation to Disney World.3rd event- Some friends might be jealous, but I asked Sam togo with us.Final Outcome- It was the best decision I ever made. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Decisions have to be made in life. It may be when you’‛re ababy and don’‛t know which candy to take, or you’‛re an adultand don’‛t know what job to take. For me it was which friendshould I take – my newest friend, Sam, or a friend fromschool?I met Sam at a birthday party. We started talking, and Inoticed we had many things in common. We started having playdates and sleepovers. Pretty soon I was facing a decision toask Sam to join me on a family trip.My parents said I could take one friend on our vacation toDisney World. I didn’‛t know if I should ask Sam to join me.We went to two different elementary schools, and we hardlyever saw each other during the week. But, we had a blastwhen we were together on weekends.Some of my school friends might be jealous because I wasn’‛ttaking one of them to Disney World. I enjoyed my newfriendship with Sam a lot though, and I didn’‛t know what todo. I finally just asked Sam to go with us. With a huge smile,Sam said, “Yes! Yes! I would love to go!” This made me smiletoo.The best decision I ever made was to ask Sam to join ourfamily vacation. It was a great trip because it was a greatdecision and Sam is still a great friend. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
WritingBoot CampGet your soldiers ready to battlecompositions on writing tests!IntroductionsMatching GameMake your test reviewfun and meaningful! Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Instructional ObjectiveStudents review a variety of engaging methods used in the introduction of anessay.Game ObjectiveBe the first team to match the introduction text card to the labeled“Introduction Method” card.MaterialsIntroduction text cards and “Introduction Method” cardsSet upMake copies of both sets of cards for each team. Separate each set of cards.Student Directions1. Distribute and orally review the “Introduction Method” cards by reading each card in thatset. As you read, have each team place cards across a desk or tabletop.2. Next distribute the introduction text cards. At the point, when you say, “Ready, start, engageyour reader,” each team races to match each sample introduction text card to the“Introduction Method” card.3. The team to first match the cards correctly wins the game.Note: Fifteen cards (3 sets) are included in this game. The level of difficulty may be varied bylimiting the number of sets included in the game.www.FisherReyna.com Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Sometimes, when you're nine and ahalf, life throws you an unexpectedcurve. In my case, it happened just lastweek.Picture blue bonnets and other wildflowers. Imagine bright sunny days withbeautiful weather and nothing but blueskies. These words tell what you see inthe month of March in my hometown ofSan Antonio, Texas.Tall. Kind. Loving. Handsome. Thoseare the words that come to my mindwhen I think of my dad.Introduction MethodGrab your reader with atruism.Introduction MethodGrab your reader bydescribing your topic.Introduction MethodGrab your reader withone word sentence fragments.I couldn’t wait to start our longawaited family vacation to thebeach!Everybody knows the story of the boy who criedwolf. Or at least they think they do. But, I'll let you inIntroduction MethodGrab your reader with anexclamatory sentence.Introduction MethodGrab your reader bycomparing a common story to yourbecause nobody has ever heard how this almostwww.FisherReyna.com Fisher Reyna Education2013unusualexperience or your side ofhappened to me.the story.on a little secret. Nobody knows the real story,
How do you sleep? Where do yousleep? Have you ever wondered howdifferent animals sleep?Introduction MethodGrab your reader withquestions.I remember playing a game of tag inthe backyard with my sister andfriends. It was always a good time.Introduction MethodGrab your reader with amemory.I want it. I need it. I love it. I've got to haveit. My mom and my dad won't let me haveone. A cell phone. Phone calls withfriends. Apps and anytime communicationat your fingertips is all I want."Mom, I found this cat sittingall by himself. Can I keephim?"Introduction MethodGrab your reader withshort choppy sentences.Introduction MethodGrab your reader withdialog that includes aquestion.The biggest attraction at the zoo was oneof its tiniest creatures, a pointed-arrowfrog.ORIntroduction Methodwww.FisherReyna.com Fisher Reyna Education 2013It was the coolest drink on the hottest day.Grab your reader bycomparing or stating opposites.
Everybody has a favorite aunt, uncle, orrelative. My favorite uncle is my dad’sbrother- my sweet Uncle Bobby.aI wanted to catch it for my very own.I went to sleep with gum in my mouth and nowthere's gum in my hair and when I got out of bedthis morning I couldn’t find my slippers and bymistake I dropped my toothbrush in the sink afterI spit and I could tell it was going to be a terrible,awful, no good, very bad, ugly day.This story is a true story. I still considerit a wonderful experience that I knewnot only two grandmothers but alsothat I actually lived with them for a timein my life.Today I saw a butterfly. It was sobeautiful that I wanted to catch it formy very own.Introduction MethodGrab your reader bycomparing everybody’sfavorite to your favorite.Introduction MethodGrab your reader withone-time intentional run-onsentences that end with words in aseries- series to be repeatedthroughout the paper.Introduction MethodGrab your reader witha statement that saysyour story is a true story.Introduction MethodGrab your reader with anaction.Saturday is errand day. My mom goes onIntroduction Methodboring errands, and I have to go with her.And this Saturday seemed like everyGrab your reader withother Saturday.until we got to www.FisherReyna.comthe Fisher Reyna Education 2013grocery store.the usual that leads tothe unusual.
WritingBoot CampGet your soldiers ready to battlecompositions on writing tests!Capitalization RulesMatching GameMake your test reviewfun and meaningful! Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Instructional ObjectiveStudents review capitalization rules.Game ObjectiveMatch capitalization rule to the example for the rule.MaterialsCapitalization matching cardsSet upMake copies of the cards for each student group.Student Directions184.108.40.206.Make groups of 3 or 4 students. Distribute a set of capitalization cards for each group.One member of the group places all cards on the desk with face up.The next member of the group makes a match of a rule with the example for that rule.Continue taking turns until all matches are made.Variation:Follow similar directions as previously stated. However:1. the students are instructed to develop another example for the rule.2. the students are given only the examples and they must write the rules.3. the students are given only the rules and they must write an example.www.FisherReyna.com Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Capitalize a letter opening.Dear Maria,Capitalize the first word in aletter closing.Yours truly,Capitalize the first word in asentence.This is a beautiful summer day.Capitalize the first word in adirect quotation.After our music class, thestudents all said, “That wasfun!”One of my favorite books isCapitalize titles of books,Two Bad Ants.www.FisherReyna.comstories, and essays. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Capitalize title used with thelast name of a person.My neighbor is SenatorWilliams.Capitalize proper nouns.Carlos is going to Maine to visitwith some of his relatives.Capitalize the pronoun “I”.Martha and I went to thebasketball game.Capitalize historical events anddocuments.A copy of the Pledge ofAllegiance is posted in ourclassroom.Capitalize languages, races, andMany of my friends can speakwww.FisherReyna.comnationalities.Spanish. Fisher Reyna Education 2013
WritingBoot CampGet your soldiers ready to battlecompositions on writing tests!Basic Spelling WordsGameMake your test reviewfun and meaningful! Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Instructional ObjectiveStudents review spelling of basic words used in writing.Game ObjectiveEarn points by using as many of the words listed on each card to make sillysentences. Each word on each card is worth 1 point.MaterialsSpelling cardsSet upMake copies of the cards for each team. Each team should also have a scribe to write outsentences on paper, a dry erase board, or on chart paper. The scribe should write the sentenceslarge enough to be seen by the class.Student Directions1. Make 3-4 teams. Distribute a set of spelling cards for each team.2. Review the definition of a sentence. A sentence has a subject and predicate and tells acomplete thought.3. One member of the team draws a card. The team uses the words on the card to make up asentence within a 3-minute limit. The sentence can be a silly sentence.4. At the end of 3 minutes, the teacher and/or students read the sentences to the class tovalidate points earned. Good expression should be used in reading the sentences. The teamearns 1 point for each word used on the card. Multiple points may be earned for multiple useof a word.5. Play as many rounds as time allows. Usually 3-5 rounds are sufficient.6. If a list of words on a card is too difficult, the team may choose another card, but loses thetime from the overall 3-minute limit.7. The team that earns the most points wins the game.Variation:Follow similar directions as previously stated. However:1. The teacher may draw one card and display the words on that card.2. Student teams then make up silly sentence with the same set of words.3. The team that earns the most points wins the game.Note: The words on the cards were taken from the top 100 words used in student writing aswell as a combination of 1st and 2nd grade spelling words. The object of this game is to practicespelling and write as many of these words in a short period of time. Therefore, sentences inthe game should remain silly sentences to allow students varied use and fun. Since this is ashort activity, this is a good game to use as a sponge activity to give prep time between otherboot camp games.www.FisherReyna.com Fisher Reyna Education 2013
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WritingBoot CampGet your soldiers ready to battlecompositions on writing tests!Spelling RulesMatching GameMake your test reviewfun and meaningful! Fisher Reyna Education 2013
Instructional ObjectiveStudents review spelling.Game ObjectiveMatch spelling rule or definition to an example.MaterialsSpelling matching cardsSet upMake copies of the cards for each student group.Student Directions1. Make groups of 3 or 4 students. Distribute a set of spelling cards for each group.2. One member of the group places all cards on the desk with face up.3. The next member of the group makes a match of a rule or definition with an example forthat card.4. Continue taking turns until all matches are made.Variation:Follow similar directions as previously stated. However:1. the students are instructed to develop another example for the rule.2. the students are given only the examples and they must write the rules.3. the students are given only the rules and they must write an example.4. the students play Concentration. Fisher Reyna Education, 2013
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Boot Camp Get your soldiers ready to battle compositions on writing tests! This product includes: Cadence Motivational Song Expository Writing Game Personal Narrative Writing Game Expository Prewriting –Composition Match Personal Narrative Prewriting-Composition Match Introductions Matching Game Capitalization Rules Matching Game
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