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    Encourage descriptive writing with these alternatives to "said".

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    • Andrea Maske

      4th grade Writing - Encourage descriptive writing with these alternatives to "said". Love the title!

    • Sterling Jackson

      Countless Anchor Charts here, like this, "Said is Dead"...Encourages "showing not telling" in students' descriptive writing with these alternatives to "said". I like how these are all hand-written, probably from a lesson, so that the students have a meaningful chart on the wall.

    • Barbara Johnson

      "Said is Dead" - Love this! I am always trying to get my 6th graders to use more descriptive words!

    • Nancy Thompson

      Said is Dead! - Awesome anchor charts for readers/writers workshop.

    • Becka Tuttle

      Said is Dead.....so great for my elementary learners/week writers

    • Janice Davis

      'Said' is dead - full of anchor charts for your class

    • Sarah Cortes

      "Said" is dead, good idea when teaching writing.

    • Anise V

      Said is Dead... for my future writing class

    • Cory Rabe

      Anchor Charts for English/Language Arts

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