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Lesson 13: Final version of Achievement story continued/finished

Duration of lesson: 60 minutes


Lesson objective: For students to type up their final draft.
Plan, draft and publish imaginative, informative and persuasive texts, choosing and
experimenting with text structures, language features, images and digital resources
appropriate to purpose and audience(ACELY1714)
Use a range of software, including word processing programs, learning new functions as
required to create texts (ACELY1717)
Classroom organisation: Individual work- computer lab
Summative assessment: Created using Rubistar, from:
http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php?screen=NewRubric&section_id=5#05
Resources: Computers, USB-photos
Learning experiences:
1. Have students continue/finish typing up the final version of their autobiography
achievement story
2. Once students have completed their story have them run through a spell check and
look for any other mistakes.
3. Once students have completed their final edit they may print out their story
4. Have students move their I.D higher up Mt Everest- By now children should be
almost at the summit, cheer them on to the finish.





5. Conduct summative assessment on students stories

Story Writing : Autobiography achievement story

Teacher Name: Mr. Hawthorne


Student Name: ________________________________________
6.
CATEGORY 4 3 2 1
Writing Process
Student devotes a lot
of time and effort to
the writing process
(prewriting, drafting,
reviewing, and
editing). Works hard
to make the story
wonderful.
Student devotes
sufficient time and
effort to the writing
process (prewriting,
drafting, reviewing,
and editing). Works
and gets the job
done.
Student devotes
some time and effort
to the writing
process but was not
very thorough. Does
enough to get by.
Student devotes little
time and effort to the
writing process.
Doesnt seem to
care.
Neatness
The final draft of the
story is readable
(appropriate font),
clean, neat and
attractive. Story is in
paragraphs and
even spacing were
used. It looks like the
author took great
pride in it.
The final draft of the
story is readable,
neat and attractive.
Paragraphs and
even spacing were
used. It looks like
the author took some
pride in it.
The final draft of the
story is readable and
some of the pages
are attractive. It
looks like parts of it
might have been
done in a hurry.
The final draft is not
neat or attractive. It
looks like the student
just wanted to get it
done and didn't care
what it looked like.
Organization
The story is very well
organized. One idea
or scene follows
another in a logical
sequence with clear
transitions.
The story is pretty
well organized. One
idea or scene may
seem out of place.
Clear transitions are
used.
The story is a little
hard to follow. The
transitions are
sometimes not clear.
Ideas and scenes
seem to be randomly
arranged.
Spelling and
Punctuation
There are no spelling
or punctuation errors
in the final draft.
There is one spelling
or punctuation error
in the final draft.
There are 2-3
spelling and
punctuation errors in
the final draft.
The final draft has
more than 3 spelling
and punctuation
errors.
Requirements
All of the written
requirements
(including the theme
of writing about an
achievement or
significant event
graphics to support
story and imagery)
were met.
Almost all (about
90%) the written
requirements were
met.
Most (about 75%) of
the written
requirements were
met, but several
were not.
Many requirements
were not met.