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The Writer Today: 10 Writing Hooks

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Interactive Writing Journal for grades 7-10! 35 weeks of writing prompts (175 total)! Requires students to think critically and outside the box! $

musical chairs writing - when the music stops you pick up writing where the last person left off - 10 minute intervals

How to Hook a Reader {Analyzing 10 Good Opening Lines}

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A New Take on the Writing Cycle

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FREEBIE! These Writing Writing Process anchor posters can be used in two ways: As a visual reminder to your students of the steps to writing, or used as a clip chart for you students to put their clip to track their progress on a writing project.

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This chart goes along exactly with what Fletcher discusses in chapter 10. I like this idea for giving students the different ways they can start a story. It would be good to start with one and then have them practice that day continue on each day. This way they students can practice the different methods.

Students will learn to write sentences using an uppercase letter, use finger spaces between words, use correct ending marks and use their very best handwriting. You can display these "I can" posters throughout your classroom. You will also receive writing paper with a check box list for students to self edit their work. This packet includes two different types of paper for differentiated instruction.$1.50.

These look great!! 8 colorful writing posters, created based on writing prompt grading rubrics, as well as traits of good writing. Each poster includes a memorable phrase, a description of the writing tip /strategy, and a picture analogy with which to connect.

8 colorful writing posters, created based on writing prompt grading rubrics, as well as traits of good writing. Each poster includes a memorable phrase, a description of the writing tip /strategy, and a picture analogy with which to connect. ($)

Good Writing Has... and Writer's Workshop Rules