DIGITAL DESCRIPTIVE WRITING VIDEO ASSIGNMENT
Use this digital Google video writing assignment as a way to learn more about your students while also helping to improve their writing. In this paperless assignment, students choose three textures that represent their life and use the forms of a personal narrative/descriptive writing to share their story.
This is a Google resource and students complete all the work on the computer. This works well with distance learning, 1:1 classrooms, remote teaching, Google Classroom, or online education.
The best part is that your purchase comes with a hand-drawn video, created by the talented John Spencer, that introduces the assignment to hook students in! Watch the preview video above to get a sneak peek of the video included and download the preview to get a closer look at the instructions, student information slides, writing organizers, editing checklist and assignment slides included! There is absolutely no prep required to implement this digital lesson/assignment!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
• Students watch a hand-drawn video that introduces the assignment to students to help them consider what textures they want to write about (lots of examples included). This video is highly engaging and will hook your students immediately. Watch the video preview on the product page to get a sneak peek.
• Use the eye-catching Google Slides presentations to introduce the assignment in more detail to your class and guide you through each element of the assignment/lesson.
• Use the instructions, student information slides, writing organizers, editing checklist, and assignment slides to implement the writing lesson.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN MY PURCHASE?
→ Introductory video (included in PowerPoint presentation – 52 sec)
→ Google Slides to guide the lesson
→ Descriptive writing information slide
→ Personal narrative writing information slide
→ Planning slide (with prompting questions)
→ Editing and improving checklist
→ Final copy slides
→ Teacher rubric
The videos and resources in this resource are for single-classroom use and are not to be uploaded to an open website in any format without permission from the creators. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you require more information.