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Title: Writing a Police Report Narrative
Students will be able to write a concise narrative describing
Time frame to Complete
Study / Life skills
EKG / Cardio
Standard(s) Addressed in Lesson
Write to Convey Ideas
Benchmark(s) Addressed in Lesson
W.4.3. Write for varying types of tasks (for example, business letters, letters to the editor, job applications,
literature responses, informational essays, informal writing).
W.4.10. Choose an organizational pattern (for example, order of importance, problem to solution, topical) to
present ideas logically.
W.4.13. Use precise language, active voice and descriptive detail to effectively convey a message.
W.4.15. Use correct spelling consistently in writing.
W.4.17. Use correct capitalization.
W.4.22. Use checklists and rubrics to judge the quality of work and improve writing.
W.4.23. Use available technology to compose, revise and edit text.
Writing a Police Report Narrative handout/assignment
Computer with Internet access and word processing software (such as Microsoft Word)
Access to YouTube website to watch the following video clips:
Car accident http://www.youtube.com/watchv=nfK3mBMkZWU
Bank robbery http://www.youtube.com/watchv=l7iR5oA53vU&feature=related
Criminal mischief http://www.youtube.com/watchv=EgLAJCBZ7Kw&feature=channel
Police Report Narrative evaluation checklist
Learner Prior Knowledge
Students should know the difference between fact and opinion. Students should be able to write a paragraph
using complete sentences. Basic keyboarding/computer skills are helpful, but not necessary.
Step 1 Define “objective” (without bias). Police reports must be objective as they present the facts of a case.
Ask students what important information they would expect to see in a police report. If they need help, compare it