Interactive Lesson Plan for Writing a Small Article:
Lesson Objective: To write a small article on a topic of your choice.
- Paper or a computer with a word processing program
- Internet access (optional)
- Brainstorming: Choose a topic for your article. It can be anything that interests you, such as a hobby, a recent event, or a social issue. Jot down some ideas on a piece of paper or on your computer. ( interactive quiz for effective brainstorming )
- Research (optional): If you need to gather more information about your chosen topic, use the internet to research it. Take notes of important details that you can use in your article.
- Outlining: Create an outline for your article. This will help you organize your ideas and make it easier to write. Use the following format for your outline:
- Introduction: Catchy opening sentence that introduces your topic
- Body: 2-3 paragraphs that explain your topic and provide supporting details
- Conclusion: Summarize your main points and provide a closing thought or call to action
- Writing: Use your outline to write your article. Follow the format you created in your outline and make sure to include all the important details. Use simple language and short sentences to make your article easy to read.
- Editing and revising: Read your article out loud to yourself or have someone else read it to you. Look for errors in grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Revise your article as needed to make it clear and concise.
- Publishing: Once you’re happy with your article, publish it on a blog or website, or share it with friends and family. Congratulations, you’ve successfully written a small article!
- Write your own article using the steps outlined above.
- Share your article with a partner or a group and ask for feedback.
- Revise your article based on the feedback you received.
- Share your final article with the class and explain the process you went through to write it.
INTERACTIVE LESSON – TEST