Your class will be writing ONE group paragraph(s) for the story (not each student). The first class will write the intro paragraph(s). Then the next class will read the paragraph(s) and decide how they want to continue the story. This will continue until the last class on the list writes the ending and gives the story a title. Your paragraph(s) will be typed onto this Wiki page. You will also need to send (email as .jpg) the 3 pictures to your Teacher Leader. The pictures should illustrate events in the section that your class wrote.

Please visit the Instructions Page for more information.

Please add your information to the chart. This way your classes can "see" where the story is traveling and have a chance to actually "meet" some of the students who collaborate on their story.

Teacher Leader:

Contact Information
Due Date
Check When Finished

October 29

Ashley Dark
Gwin Elementary
Hoover, AL
November 5

Stacey Hodges
(Deliberto class)
Zachary Elementary
Zachary, LA
November 12
Eden Grassi
Roberts Elementary
Wayne, PA
November 19
Jennifer Roark

December 3

Kathleen Sheely

Title (Given by the last class):

Start your story here:
Long ago there was a ship called the Titanic. People of all classes wanted to take the historical voyage across the Atlantic. There were rich people like Princess Elizabeth who dreamed of seeing the Statue of Liberty. There were poor people like Michael who wanted to live the American dream.
Everyone said it was unsinkable but it wasn't.
Princess Elizabeth stared with amazement at the “Wonder Ship.” She could hardly believe she was about to board this glorious ship and sail with some of the wealthiest men and women to America. With her first class ticket in hand, Elizabeth waved goodbye to her family and danced toward the opening of the ship. Michael, on the other hand couldn’t have cared less about his second-class ticket or that he would be staying towards the bottom of the boat because he, too, was thrilled that soon he would be in America. He was also quite proud that he saved all his birthday money to pay for his ticket. So, both Michael and Elizabeth, along with 2,225 other passengers made their way to their proper quarters where they would call home until they reached America. The rich ate a fancy dinner and listened to live music while the less fortunate passengers entertained themselves by running around and playing card games. There was not a worry on anybody’s mind: it didn’t matter if you were rich or poor-they felt safe. Then suddenly, chaos broke out. What was going on? Elizabeth heard screaming and panic in people’s voices and ran to find out what was the matter. Michael and his friends, on the other hand, continued their game of cards, unaware of what was about to happen…