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This Persuasive Writing anchor chart helps students understand the purpose, and how to persuade an audience. Therefore, students can use this anchor chart to help guide why and how to do persuasive writing. What Is Persuasive Writing, Persuasive Essays, Opinion Writing, Essay Writing, Persuasive Letter, Argumentative Writing, Letter Writing, Informational Writing, Writing Process

Daily 5 Stations

Today was the first day that we did our Daily 5 stations in class and I am so pleased with how it went! I am currently using 5 stations (rea...

I would use this punctuation chart in my classroom, so students can have as a reference. The students can have easy access to the punctuation chart in the classroom. Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Teaching Tools, Writing Prompts, Teaching Grammar, Writing Lessons, Essay Writing Tips, Report Writing

Mini Offices

A mini office is a particular application of lapbooks. Each child can make his own mini-office -- a lapbook filled with reference pages for his own learning. The sky is the limit on what you can include. Fill the mini office with the charts that...

Teach Your Child to Read - Point of View Anchor Chart - Mini Anchor Charts are a great addition to your interactive reading journal - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Reading Lessons, Math Lessons, Writing Tips, Interactive Reading Journals, Math Journals, Reading Strategies Posters

Reading Strategies Anchor Charts and Posters for Distance Learning

Point of View Anchor Chart - Mini Anchor Charts are a great addition to your interactive reading journal

This resource will guide students in writing a literary analysis essay. It includes an outline template for a four-paragraph literary analysis, a peer-editing worksheet, and a rubric. Ap Literature, Teaching Literature, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Tips, College Teaching, Student Teaching, Academic Writing, Essay Writing

Literary Analysis Handouts

These materials will help you implement a literary analysis essay with your students. In the spirit of getting away from the five paragraph essay, it includes an outline template for a four-paragraph literary analysis, a peer-editing worksheet, and a rubric.

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Argument Writing

Recently, I began argument writing with the middle school students that I work with and have started opinion writing with my elementary students. Above is an example of the poster that I developed for our lessons. My first goal was to make sure that students know the parts of an argumentative essay. As I presented the poster, the students helped to generate ideas about how each part of an argumentative essay should be presented. We spent some time talking about writing good evidence. This is…

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Transition Words For A Research Paper

Transition Words For A Research Paper Get quick tips on how and when to use transition words and phrases

Teaching Five Paragraph Writing For several years now, grade teacher Jenifer Bazzit has been teaching five paragraph essay structure and everything that goes with it. See her tips. writing Tips for Teaching & Grading Five Paragraph Essays Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Activities, Math Lessons, Teaching Tips, How To Teach Writing, Teaching Paragraphs, 4th Grade Activities

Five Paragraph Essays – Tips for Teaching and Grading

When I look back to my first experience teaching five paragraph essays to fifth graders, I can remember how terribly unprepared I felt. I knew that the five paragraph essay format was what my students needed

I’m drooling over how organized and pretty this Student Data page is that uses! Expository Writing, Teaching Writing, Teacher Planner, Teacher Binder, Classroom Organization, Classroom Management, 9th Grade English, 6th Grade Ela, Middle School Ela

NO RED INK noredink Google Classroom Distance Learning

No Red Ink Grammar Guide for GOOGLE CLASSROOM. Don't know where to begin using NRI? This Google Sheet paces the whole year by units. For each unit, it shows the number and name of each topic and estimated completion time. It can be used by students individually, or can be shared as a collaborative sheet, allowing each student to color the squares they complete. They work as a class to reach bonuses and incentives! The best part? You can see the progress of your whole class at a glance!

Students can struggle with reading for a variety of reasons: rich vocabulary, lack of background knowledge, the author's writing style. To scaffold difficult texts, teach students to annotate through the gradual release process. 7th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Sixth Grade, Second Grade, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading

The Literary Maven: Introducing Text Annotation Using the Gradual Release Process

Students can struggle with reading for a variety of reasons: rich vocabulary, lack of background knowledge, the author's writing style. To scaffold difficult texts, teach students to annotate through the gradual release process.

When teaching your students to vary their sentence beginnings, use this list of 8 different ways to begin sentences. Give students a copy to keep in their Writing folders for reference! Writer's Workshop, Sentence Fluency, Sentence Beginnings, Six Trait Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Activities, Teaching Tools, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Process

Sentence Fluency- 8 Ways to Begin Sentences

When teaching your students to vary their sentence beginnings, use this list of 8 different ways to begin sentences. Give students a copy to keep in their Writing folders for reference! Writer's Workshop, Sentence Fluency, Sentence Beginnings, Six Traits, 6 Traits You Might Also Like "Varying Sen...