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Runde's Room: Differentiation in Writing - Goal-Setting Clip Chart Maybe we can make a list of things that kids need to work on for the first goal???

Anchors Away Monday...freebie included! {05.26.14}

This poster shows the steps of how to solve a constructed response questions. It reminds students to RAPP by asking the questions below:Restate ...

RAPP Constructed Response Strategy Poster

My #1 most favorite way to get students to actively revise and edit their writing!

Revising 2.0! Teaching Kids to Revise Their Writing with iPads

A great way to get the writing conferences underway. It helps guide the teacher to ask questions and will provide a goal section and observations of the student. AMAZING.

Great mentor text for teaching leads

Write On, Fourth Grade!

This is now my #1 favorite mentor text for teaching word choice. If you can get past the fact that it's about a cockroach that plays with his food (gross), you'll find that it's jampacked with vivid verbs and adjectives like "scrambled," "chortled," "eensy," "brilliant," "stammered," "gasped," "howled," "insisted"... and the list goes on. use with Razzle, Dazzle word unit

Write On, Fourth Grade!

Fourth Grade Studio: Learning, Thinking, Creating: Our Writing Expectations!

Kathy Griffin's Teaching Strategies: Common Core Writing is a SNAP

Answer all these questions and you should have a fully-developed character for your audience to connect with. A strong character can carry a weak plot; but a strong plot can’t carry weak characters

Text Structures Anchor Chart with Free Staggered Flip Organizer

Text Structures

Teacher's Take-Out: Openings and Closing Statements

Teacher's Take-Out: Openings and Closing Statements

Personal narrative pack with writing ideas, anchor chart, graphic organizers, thematic writing paper & more!

Writing Toolkit for Personal Narratives

Informational Writing Pumpkin Themed for First and Second Grade Common Core aligned$

Parts of Speech Mini-Book (foldable, printable, fun-filled resource!) from The Classroom Sparrow on - (7 pages) - This mini-book is a great addition to any English Language Arts classroom, and suitable for a variety of levels. Students no longer have an excuse for misplacing their notes.

All Things Upper Elementary: Types of Nouns - Interactive Notebook Freebie!

45 ways to avoid using the word "very" ....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' teaching tools other fun stuff :)

45 ways to avoid using the word 'very'

"Show Not Tell" Anchor chart from a 2nd grade writing unit about fairy tales. The fairy tale heading, “In a land far, far away…” leads right into the purpose for the chart, “We show not tell feelings.” Then they include an example that uses a vivid vocabulary word, petrified, to describe how the character feels.

Writing Mentor Texts - next week I will begin teaching the Lucy Calkins writing program and found this website to be very useful for finding texts that display the writing objectives I will be teaching.

Writing Mentor Texts

Parts of Speech Flipbook. This needs to be done the first week of school!

Parts of Speech Activities - Layers of Learning

The Writer's Workshop Format: A great post about how to effectively teach the writing process!

The Writer's Workshop Format | Minds in Bloom

Revising vs. Editing handout

Revising vs. Editing

Text Structure

This is a 20 day unit for reading and writing workshops with CCSS for 4th grade. 92 page resource!!