Write Source 6
- Here’s what a new student needs to know about my school.
- Why weekends should be longer
- A narrow escape from trouble
- What I’ve broken or lost that belongs to someone else
- My first friend
- A visit to a relative’s house
- My chores
- A dedicated teacher or coach
- When I was lost
- My idea of a fun weekend
- A school field trip
- I’ve done something no one else has done.
- I’m principal for the day. Here’s my schedule of events.
- A typical lunch hour
- If only I would have listened!
- How could TV be better?
- My favorite neighbor
- My bedroom from top to bottom
- A memorable bus ride
- My best class ever
- My first concert
- Finally, a good assembly
- If I could be someone else, I would be . . .
- The most fun I’ve had recently
- More topics.
Student ModelsBack To Top
- Personal Writing (6-8)
- Journal Writing: A Lesson to Learn
- Personal Narrative: The Racist Warehouse
- Personal Narrative: Giving Life
- Subject Writing (6-8)
- Expository Essay: The Great Paw Paw
- Expository Essay: Friendship
- Expository Essay (Problem and Solution): Cheating in America
- Persuasive Essay: Summer: 15 Days or 2 1/2 Months?
- Writing About Literature (Book Review): The Best Little Girl in the World
- Writing About Literature (Personal Response): Limadastrin
- Writing About Literature (Fictionalized Journal Entry): A Cowboy’s Journal
- Writing News Stories (Editorial): Hang Up and Drive
- Writing News Stories (Editorial): Fine Arts
- Writing News Stories (Feature): What Really Matters
- Creative Writing (6-8)
- Story: Linden’s Library
- Story: How the Stars Came to Be
- Poem: The Call
- Poem: My Backyard
- Report Writing (6-8)
- Mir Flies On for the Next Generation
- I Am Latvia
- The Aloha State
- Unique Wolves
- Observation Report:The Incredible Egg
- Workplace Writing (6-8)
- Business Letter: Dear Dr. Larson
The “Multimedia Reports” chapter of this book shows how to prepare a multimedia presentation. The following presentation is based on the storyboard in that chapter. To play these files on your computer, you will need the PowerPoint program (Windows or Mac) or the PowerPoint Viewer (Windows only).
For your convenience, we have also provided a link to a Web slide-show version of each presentation or report (without sound or slide transitions).
Download the “Hurricane Havoc” presentation to your computer.
Launch the Web slide-show version.