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How To Select Strong Narrative Essay Topics For 4th Grade Students
4th Grade students can be very discerning when it comes to writing narrative essays. The topics need to be interesting and have a uniqueness that appeals to their maturing tastes but at the same time the theme should have the appeal of familiarity and motivate them to write.
4th Grade students are going to need a sophisticated list of narrative essay topics so they don’t feel that you are just upgrading a list of narrative topics that you would have given to 3rd grade students.
4th Grade students, have a go at this list!
- What do dogs think about? (Can you write about what the dog may think about though the day? What does he worry about, what does he enjoy).
- Remember a TV programme that you really enjoyed when you were younger, what do you think about it now? (What has changed?)
- Imagine these five objects: a pearl necklace, a black cat, a piano, a football and am ice skating trophy. Who do you think owns all of these objects and how did they obtain them? (This is great topic to weave a grfeat narrative).
- You have been told to throw a dart at a map of the world and where ever the dart lands you will be travelling there tomorrow. Where woiuld you like the dart to land? How do you think that you will feel about going on that trip?
- If you could change one thing about your school what would it be and how could it happen? (This task can be completed on several diffent levels from superficial to philosophoical).
- Everyone has something they dislike about their job. Do you think that a President or a Prime Minister has something in particular they do not like about their job?
- What really annoys you? Pick something that is really annoying to you. Describe what it is and how it makes you feel.
- Look for a picture it could be a picture from history or a family photograph, write a story about the people in the picture. Think about what may have happened before the picture was taken or what happened after.
- Imagine if a day started to get longer by 1 hour every day. How would we cope? What would be the effect on sleeping?
- Write a letter to your Great-Great Grandparent. Think about how you would describe things like emails and I pads.
- If you could change one thing in the world what would it be? Give reasons for your choice. What impact would the change have on your life?
- You class is going to bury a time capsule in the school grounds. What 5 items would you choose to go in the casule and why?
- Why do you think that children should be allowed to climb trees? Draw from your own expereinces.
- Write about a mother who takes her daughter/son to buy new clothes and the difficulty that the child has in persuading the mother that the clothes she keeps choosing are unsuitable.
- Using the internet, research some interesting information about your school, find out if anyone famous was a student there or the school had a famous visitor.
Remember that narrative essays tell a story.
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