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Houghton Mifflin Reading Curriculum Resources

 

Grade 6, Theme 1: Courage

 

Reading-Writing Workshop: Personal Narrative

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Houghton Mifflin Reading Web Resources Houghton Mifflin Sixth Grade Theme 1 Web Resources

Writing Help - A+ Papers: Model paper, graphic organizer, and checklist from TIME Kids for writing a personal narrative.

Idea Game for Kids: An idea generator for writing a personal narrative from WritingFix.

Kids On the Net: A wonderful resource for teachers and a place for students to interact with different styles of writing and post their own writing. Be sure to visit Adventure Island, Dragonsville, Monster Motel, and Kids Castle for interactive activities for students.

Houghton Mifflin Reading Video Resources Houghton Mifflin Sixth Grade Theme 1 Video Resources

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Search for Discovering Language Arts: Grades 03-05: Writing (clip on Prewriting Skills) and How to Write a Report and Personal Letter

Learn 360: Search for How to Write an Essay.

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Houghton Mifflin Reading: Prewriting Houghton Mifflin Sixth Grade Theme 1 Writing Resources

Organizing and Planning, page 49B: Cause and Effect Chain Chart Inspiration V8 / Inspiration V7 / PDF

Houghton Mifflin Reading: Publishing Houghton Mifflin Sixth Grade Theme 1 Publishing Resources

Publishing and Evaluating, page 49G:

The personal narrative can be published as a pamphlet using a brochure template in a word processing or graphic design program or at Kids On the Net.

Kids On the Net: A wonderful resource for teachers and a place for students to interact with different styles of writing and post their own writing. Be sure to visit Adventure Island, Dragonsville, Monster Motel, and Kids Castle for interactive activities for students.