Through collaborative research, you will locate, evaluate, and create effective, engaging hooks for a variety of texts. You will also write a personal narrative and share your openings.
- The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds
- Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak
Notice & Wonder for each
How do effective writers include an engaging hook in the introduction of their piece?
A variety of narrative hooks. What do you notice?
Two-minute paper: Reflect on the hooks you read and conversations you had with your classmates. Consider different types of hooks you viewed and how you might categorize them.
Your thinking about the types of hooks we have looked at.
Monday: The Personal Narrative part 2
on the Definition Essay from Wednesday and Thursday