writing goals

'Writing Goals' display chart - great idea to keep students accountable for writing goals. Jessie's Resources: More classroom display ideas

Love all these different writing goals!

Writing Pin First grade !This is a writing goals chart. This chart could be put up sometime in the beginning of the school year. As the year progresses and students reach these goals, they can put their names in the spaces.

Run off a card like this for each of your children and put this in their writing folders.  Before reading the writing to you, remind them they need...

Star Writer checklist Run off a card like this for each of your children and put this in their writing folder

Comprehension Skills & Reading Strategies Bookmarks Printable - help students monitor their comprehension and use academic language to ask and answer questions about the text.  The bookmarks include graphics organizers and vocabulary in addition to sentence frames for both prompts and responses | Perfect for English learners | ELL | ESL | Teaching Reading | Teaching Comprehension | Reading Education | ELL Education

Reading Comprehension Bookmarks to Support Academic Language

Comprehension Skills & Reading Strategies Bookmarks Printable - help students monitor their comprehension and use academic language to ask and answer questions about the text. The bookmarks include graphics organizers and vocabulary in addition to sentenc

Hold your students accountable for their learning with this set of 32 Writing Goal Posters with “I can” statements, matching brag tags and name tags to encourage your young authors to stay on the “write track”. Display the writing goal posters throughout the year as a visual reminder of what good writer’s do. Using Writing goals in your classroom is an effective way to differentiate your instruction during the Daily 5, Writers workshop and literacy centers. TheKausFiles.blogspot.com

Hold your students accountable for their learning with this set of 32 Writing Goal Posters with “I can” statements, matching brag tags and name tags to encourage your young authors to stay on the “write track”. Display the writing goal posters throughout the year as a visual reminder of what good writer’s do. Using Writing goals in your classroom is an effective way to differentiate your instruction during the Daily 5, Writers workshop and literacy centers. TheKausFiles.blogspot.com

Paula's note-add "idea," people forget that important part! Examples: a goal, a plan, a hypothesis, etc. A way to remember it is that these are things you can't touch but can be the "subject" of a sentence. "My plan is to educate everyone about nouns." "My goal is to be a great teacher." You can't touch the "plan" or the "goal,” but they are still nouns.

Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Comma in a series, nouns, detail anchor charts by alhely

Mrs. Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts good for showing children how and steps to creating a picture

Tons of great anchor charts! Terhune's First Grade Site!: Anchor Charts good for showing children how and steps to creating a picture

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