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The writing process according to school mandates... I find it interesting how there is nothing in my searches that mentions using envision within the writing process. I simply see things such as this. Makes me wonder if many know about such an effective method in the writing process as that of envisioning.

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Persuasive Essay Plan: This organizer contains great details for high school students.

PEEL Your Paragraphs writing scaffold. Literacy mats. Particularly for extended writing in history or essays. Helps to make sure students can access at least Level 6 at Keys Stage 3 by explaining and evaluating.

Transitions for paragraph writing organized by category. Found in the Transitions for Writing Unit by The Teacher Next Door.

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For Essay Writing! Wish I Would've Had This In High School, Great For Reference! #Family #Trusper #Tip

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How To Write An Essay (+exercise)..... This is an excellent site for english teachers!!! So many work sheets and activities for every grade level!!!

Strategy bookmark! This reminds me of Matt Miller's literacy class! Too bad it's for primary...

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Stop what you're doing. Walk over and hand this to a child instead of yelling across the classroom.

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This will come in handy...

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This is how I teach "Writer's Workshop" in my classroom.

Equivalent fractions using a multiplication chart. BRILLIANT!! No one ever showed me this in school!

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Ultimate Guide to Hands-On Math for 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade. | from Creekside Learning

Questions for Critical Literacy: Some types of questions promote critical literacy more than other types of questions. Questions to stimulate thinking are often higher level types of questions. This list of questions can be used for comprehension and general use. Keep as Reference.