How to Blow a Bubble
Fabulous in Fourth!: Expository Writing- Bubble Fun!
First Grade Wow: expository writing
Four square writing method for organizing paragraphs for the younger grades or essays for the older grades. Our special ed. teacher showed me this. I think I might try it to help my 4th graders to organize their persuasive essays.
Common Core Explanatory Writing Rubric
ELA - Elementary
EXPOSITORY WRITING~ Students underline or highlight using the three stop light colors. Green introduces, and circles around to end, the paragraph. Yellow is a key supporting detail. Red tells more about each supporting detail. Great visual! Classroom, Stop Lights Writing, Schools Ideas, Paragraph Highlights, Schools Stuff, Expository Writing, Stoplight Writing, Writing Workshop, Teaching Stuff
Step Up To Writing
Grade 4- Writing. This pin is an activity to help students learn how to write a proper essay. I will use it to teach my students how to write an essay and will be able to assess their ability to use this template to write an essay. Students would enjoy doing this because it is a creative way to teach essay writing and will be easy for them to remember. Ideas, Schools Stuff, Languages Art, Blackline Hamburgers, Writing, 5Th Grade, Education, 3Rd Grade, 4Th Grade
Krazy 4 Writing: Blackline Hamburger 3rd & 4th grade
What the Teacher Wants!: Hamburger Writing
Read this book to my class and had my students collect fallen leaves from their yard. They brought them in and created animals out of leaves. Afterwards, they wrote an expository writing about how they created their animal... also spoke about ecosystems and animal adaptations. Fun interdisplinary project!!!
A list of over 50 transition words with suggestions for Descriptive, Expository, or Narrative writing. A resource to help children develop their writing.
Transitions Take Us Places! - Words List
Step up to writing- Love this method for teaching expository writing. Having students use graphic organizers and highlighters helps cement the concepts.
This writing activity packet (9 pages long) is geared at improving students expository writing skills, with particular emphasis on evaluation and problem-solution.
This has three writing prompts for three separate essays:1. Expository: Prompt is compare/contrast specific to
Essay Writing Prompts: Narrative, Persuasive, Expository
Expository writing unit: Who Do You Admire? The final product is a classroom speech competition, but without this com...
Essay/Speech Writing Unit: Who Do You Admire
"Expository Essay Format" Printable - Great reference for students to refer to while writing and reviewing.