“Show, Not Tell” poster for revising writing and adding more detail. Could give students an emotion and they have to write 1-2 sentences showing that emotion. Could do it Lightning Round-style...as fast as possible.****OR kids show emotion without words, and teacher puts it into words
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This is a poster designed to help students during the buddy editing/revising conference step of writing. This one is specifically for the writer. ...
Writer's Workshop folders (2 attached together for 4 pockets) need to revise and put composition book in one of the pockets
UNDERSTANDING WRITING PROMPTS Powerpoint~ This 56-slide PPT introduces the 3 types of CCSS writing: informative/explanatory (expository), narrative, and opinion (persuasive). Students learn key terms and use a variety of kid-friendly prompts to practice identifying different types of writing. Knowing what the prompt requires makes it easier for students to stick to the topic and add relevant details. When students understand the writing process, writing becomes fun and exciting! $