Understanding Fantasy Fiction

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Grade Level
Elementary School
Subject
Reading & Writing
Length of Time
Homework Assignment
Description

This lesson plan is for fourth and grade students. They will learn about fantasy fiction, and then they will write their own fantasy fiction story.

Goals

Learn about fantasy fiction
Learn how to write their own fantasy fiction story

Materials Needed

Fantasy Fiction Story
Notebook paper
Pencils and erasers
Pens

Procedure

First, you will read a fantasy fiction story to the students so they can understand the elements and structure of that genre.

In a fantasy fiction story, there aren't any set rules. Writers can do whatever they want in this genre. They can be creative and write.

Then, you will have them write their own fantasy fiction story using their own characters. After that, they will write a final paper and submit it to you for grading.

Grading

You can grade them on sentence and paragraph structure and their grammar. You can also grade them on their structure of the fantasy fiction genre.

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