▪ Back in Class:
– Ask students if they were surprised with their Character Survey results. Lead a class discussion for a few minutes.
– Put students in groups based on character strength similarities. Groups of 3-4 should discuss their results with each other and possible real-life evidence (reasons) why that character strength is accurate.
– Teacher-led discussion:
▪ Review the idea of making strong claims, backing those claims up with reasons, and then elaborating on those reasons with specific evidence.
▪ Tell students that some of the real-life incidences they discussed in their groups should be used as “evidence” when they write a narrative essay about their possible life plan.
▪ Hand out and introduce the narrative essay.
Introducing the Narrative Essay
▪ The essay handout titled Narrative Aspirations Essay and thorough rubric can be found at my store for just $1.50! I hope you enjoy this assignment!
~ Elizabeth B. Jamison