Bada bing writing activity

Gretchen Bernabei shares this great strategy to help our students beef up their sentences.

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You start with a blah sentence, think about where your feet where, what you saw, and what you were thinking. That way they have a reminder of what each symbol means.

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Now, rewrite your sentence using Ba-Da-Bing! The strategy consists of three parts: where the speaker was physically, what they saw, and what they thought.

He walked home.

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Under the middle tab the eyes , write what you saw. Then teacher and students generate one or two together for one of the narratives they've already visited "Purple Problem" and "Hand Injury" in my case. Click HERE to download! I found it on Pinterest! He walked home. The strategy consists of three parts: where the speaker was physically, what they saw, and what they thought. Now, how am I going to use the graphic above? This requires the writer to use craft that helps the reader almost feel like they've "slipped into the skin" of the writer or character. Don't worry about elaboration and details at this point. My friend likes my shoes. Now, rewrite your sentence using Ba-Da-Bing!

It is a flip book for their journals. Do you read sentences like these from your students? I found it on Pinterest!

Ba da bing anchor chart

Teacher presents several more examples from pamphlet and guide students to dissect them in the 3 parts. Now, rewrite your sentence using Ba-Da-Bing! See Ba Da Bing pamphlet. Guided Practice: Teacher asks students to dissect the initial Ba Da Bing statement and identify the 3 parts what did the students' feet do, their eyes do, their mind think? The strategy consists of three parts: where the speaker was physically, what they saw, and what they thought. Today we're going to add one Ba Da Bing statement to animate our narratives before we type our next drafts. We will then beef up our blah sentence! So we will start with writing sound sentences. It didn't link back to a website. Now, how am I going to use the graphic above?

Those just don't cut it. What happened?

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