Writing/Grammar


Writing/Grammar

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Writers don't ask how to spell

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Cupcakes & Curriculum

Cupcakes & Curriculum

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5th grade writing partners! Partner up students and help them with ways to respond to their writing. This is great because the better the feedback is for a writer the better their final piece will be. This is a great way to teach how to give corrective feedback.

Community Post: 25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing

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Student autobiographies..love this for the first week of school. Possibly have 2 writing samples one from beginning of year and one from the end?

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4th Grade: Writing Checklist!- Great Idea!

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts

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Graphic Organizers for Personal Narratives. I use a few different graphic organizers that have made a world of difference to my young writers. This week I'm happy to share with you some of the tools I use to help make planning and writing narratives that are focused, sequential, and interesting a bit easier for my students.

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Trashcan Thesaurus

*Teaching Maddeness*: writing workshop

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Revising Checklist

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Edit Checklist

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anchor chart for revise vs. edit

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Capitalization

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"Would You Like A Synonym With That" Synonym Word Wall- This display would be a great way to get students to expand their vocabulary by visually seeing the different words they can use or by adding more synonyms to the wall.

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Revising and Editing Chart: ARMS CUPS

Revising and Editing Chart: ARMS & CUPS

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Perfect for reluctant writers! Get a return postcard from Disney, too!

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good idea!

A Teacher's Idea: Anchor Charts

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Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why... I can't tell you how often this is useful to use for student (even in highschool) with ADHD

Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why

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3rd Grade Thoughts: Writers Workshop: Revising (ARMS) & Editing (COPS)

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Writing Folders -- 2 three prong folders put together, which gives a pocket for each of: brainstorm, prewrite, rough draft, final draft. Like this a lot!!

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Make a four-pocket folder by combining a folder with brads with a plain two-pocket folder. | 25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers Maybe use for separting steps of the writing process students are working on by labeling: brainstorm, rough draft, revising, final draft, illustration, etc. for students to keep in the writing folders class bin!

25 Clever Classroom Tips For Elementary School Teachers

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Say It With Voice!! Writing Activities to teach how to write with voice!!!!

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Writing VOICES Checklist/Rubric (6 traits of writing)

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"Show, Not Tell" poster for revising writing and adding more detail–even in writing Readers Theater. Typically, the narrator would read these kinds of descriptions or the tone of voice of the reader would convey these emotions. For more Readers Theater ideas see our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/...

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The difference between revise and edit! I also tell my students that revision is something only the writer can do- it's all about the tone and voice of the story, what do they want in the story? Editing is a job anyone can do- it's all about the writing conventions that we all study.

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Anchor chart to help students show feelings in their writing rather than just tell - using face, body and voice clues.

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Adjectives, Colorful words for Writer's Workshop

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