Whales are the largest animals on Earth, and they have always been a source of fascination for people of all ages. In this creative writing lesson, students will learn about these magnificent creatures and get the chance to use their imaginations to create a unique story about a whale.
First, the teacher will lead a discussion about whales and what they are. Students will be asked if they know the meaning of the word “”ocean,”” and the teacher will explain that it means “”samandar.”” The class will then learn that whales live in the ocean and are the biggest animals on Earth.
Next, students will get to use their creativity and imagination to draw a whale. The teacher will display the steps of the drawing one by one and wait for the students to follow along and draw the whale in their notebooks. By the end of the drawing exercise, students will have created a beautiful illustration of a whale.
Now it’s time for the real fun to begin! The teacher will divide the class into pairs and give each pair a print-out with questions to answer. Before writing their story, students will have to answer questions about their whale, such as “”who”” the story is about, “”what”” the whale does, “”where”” the story takes place, “”when”” the story occurs, and “”why”” the whale is doing what it is doing in the story. These answers will serve as a plan for the students’ stories.
Once the plan is ready, students will turn to another page in their notebooks and write their story using the points they have planned. Their story should have a beginning, middle, and end, and they should remember to use full sentences, capitalize their sentences, and use full stops to end sentences.
By the end of the lesson creative writing , students will have not only learned about whales but also developed their creativity and writing skills. This is a fun and engaging way to get students excited about writing and learning about the natural world. So, grab your notebooks and let’s dive into the world of whales!
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