Using Graphic Organizers and Rubrics to Aid Students with Expository / Persuasive Writing | Casa de Lindquist - Teaching

Using Graphic Organizers and Rubrics to Aid Students with Expository / Persuasive Writing Casa de Lindquist - Teaching


 
  
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Informational Writing Anchor Chart-Help students organize their expository writing!

This informational writing anchor chart is just one example of a lesson plan from this amazing informational writing unit! Includes FREE worksheet on how to pick a good topic to write about!

This product has been updated (6/12/14) to include SEVEN writing graphic organizers your students can use to plan and organize their writing pieces: narrative writing, two versions of opinion writing, informational writing, and how-to writing. I’ve also included two prewriting sheets for research reports: an animal report and a planet report.

This resource includes SEVEN writing graphic organizers for ESOL students to plan and organize their writing pieces: narrative writing, two versions of opinion writing, informational writing, and how-to writing.

Point of View flow chart plus a 10-passage worksheet where students must justify their answer.

Point of View Flow Chart with 10 practice passages

Point of View flow chart plus a worksheet where students must justify their answer.

A Teacher's Guide: Tips on Writing an Organized Five Paragraph Essay

This is a great resource to help students write an Organized Five Paragraph Essay. each section is broken down into parts to help students get a feel of a five paragraph essay structure.

Help your students' parents ask their child great questions about their reading with this handy tool.:

Questions to Ask About Reading

Nice freebie to send home with students to help parents with what kinds of questions to ask during or after reading. Or to send home for journal writing with summer reading


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