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The Best Part of Me Writing Activity

For bigger kids or the month of the young child! The Best Part of Me Writing Activity. Perfect for a beginning of the year writing or opinion writing!

The Best Part of Me Writing Activity - Lessons With Laughter

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Rainbow Editing and Revising {FREEBIE!}

Freebie Rainbow Editing and Revising Activity with Ideas by Jivey.

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How To Grade Writing Assignments

How to cut back on grading student writing.

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Cool writing activity!

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The Best Part of Me: Positive Self-Image Poetry

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FREEBIE!!! Love this activity! It is such a great way for students to focus on their strengths!

The Starr Spangled Planner: End of the Year Favorites

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The Best Part of Me Writing Activity

The Best Part of Me Writing Activity - This has been a Morris Grove tradition for many years! Love doing it each spring with my kiddos. The book was written by students in Durham, NC.

The Best Part of Me Writing Activity - Lessons With Laughter

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Top 10 Middle School Vocabulary Tips

Building middle school vocabulary in our kids becomes increasingly important. The SAT and ACT tests are looming large. Advanced writing for high school and college require a larger vocabulary than young kids have.

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Words Commonly Used to Describe Sounds

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Words Commonly Used to Describe Sounds

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100 Writing Prompts

100 Writing Prompts. (n.d.). Retrieved February 27, 2016, from https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/100-Writing-Prompts-1377772 I pinned this to have new ideas for journal writing.

100 Writing Prompts

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200 Ways To Say Went

200 Ways To Say Went

200 Ways To Say Went

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The Literary Mavenfrom The Literary Maven

Common Core Writing: Research and Writing

A research paper is not the only way to have students practice their research skills. Activities like evaluating sample research questions and the credibility of sample websites will help middle school and high school students to build their research skills.

Common Core Writing: Research and Writing

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Common Core Writing: Narrative Writing

To become good writers, students must study good writing. Use mentor texts to help your middle school and high school students build strong narrative writing skills, which can then be used to make any type of writing more interesting.

Common Core Writing: Narrative Writing

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Common Core Writing: Argument Writing

Writing argument essays can be a challenge for middle school and even high school students. Lack of quality information written at students' reading levels and access to technology to find that information are just two of the barriers. Try using text sets (provided readings) as you help your students craft their argument writing skills.

Common Core Writing: Argument Writing

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Common Core Writing: Writing is Taught, Not "Caught"

By the time students reach middle school and especially high school, there is this assumption that students know how to write. They have, after all, been doing it for five, six, seven, eight years, right? Wrong. Writing must be explicitly taught; it's not something to which students will just catch on.

Common Core Writing: Writing is Taught, Not "Caught"

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Common Core Writing: Using the Gradual Release Process

The gradual release process, otherwise known as I Do, We Do, Two Do, You Do, allows students to slowly take responsibility for their learning. Read about how to use direction instruction, guided practice, collaborative learning, and independent practice with your students during your writing lessons.

Common Core Writing: Using the Gradual Release Process

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Common Core Writing: Argument Writing

Writing argument essays can be a challenge for middle school and even high school students. Lack of quality information written at students' reading levels and access to technology to find that information are just two of the barriers. Try using text sets (provided readings) as you help your students craft their argument writing skills.

Common Core Writing: Argument Writing

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Common Core Writing: Informational Writing

Informational writing, otherwise known as explanatory writing, often has interconnected purposes: to increase readers’ knowledge or to help readers better understand a procedure or process. Students, however, struggle to remain objective while conveying this information. Try out two different methods of summarizing to help student remain objective and focused on the most important ideas in a text.

Common Core Writing: Informational Writing

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Using Instagram Accounts in the Classroom - Tales of a Tenacious Teacher

Using Instagram Accounts in the Classroom - Tales of a Tenacious Teacher

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Strategy Seminars: Revising Edition - Tales of a Tenacious Teacher

Strategy Seminars: Revising Edition - Tales of a Tenacious Teacher

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Opinion Writing

Leads for Opinion Writing Writing Notebook Anchor Charts, Anchor Charts for the Classroom, Graphic Organizers for Opinion Writing, Rubrics, Peer Editing Checklists Grades 3-5 Opinion Writing Common Core Aligned

Opinion Writing

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Mentor Texts To Use For Modeled Writing

Great mentor texts to use for for modeled writing activity in the classroom or at home.

Mentor Texts To Use For Modeled Writing

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Find Related Facts and Order Facts – Informational Writing: Week 3 – Wolves

Expository Writing in elementary school. Learn how to elicit the facts from students, read expository text, sort the facts, organize facts, and help students transfer the facts to a written paragraph. A great series of blog posts on how to help students write well.

Expository / Informational Writing Week 3 • What I Have Learned

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Scaffolding Beginning Writers

Great ideas for Scaffolding Beginning Writers. LOVE this FREE writing rubric, too!

Scaffolding Beginning Writers

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Teaching Conventions-Love this book

Life in 4B...

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