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A Goldmine of Journal Writing Prompts

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A strong argument requires a strong claim... How to build a strong argument pack for grades 6-12

Argument Writing Common Core Grades 6-12

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Teacher Toons: Tone vs. Mood Comic to help students understand the difference between tone and mood when reading a text.

Teacher Toons: Tone vs. Mood

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Great example of why students should vary sentences.

Simply 2nd Resources: Writing Foldable for Journals - BaDaBing!

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Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View with Pictures! This is an amazing way to teach literacy skills!

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Point of View

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The Bones of a Good Essay Classroom Poster

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Writing prompts

25 Writing Prompts | Carrie Elle

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Grammar: Subordinating Conjunctions list. Great explanation of the difference between coordinating and subordinating conj.

50 Subordinating Conjunctions and Why They Matter

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Anchor chart that gives students sentences that provokes feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

Reading - Mrs. Whalen's Classroom

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Some great tips here to help your students learn to revise their writing!

Revision Rocks! - Home Literacy Blueprint

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Poetry Lapbooks

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Top 10 badge 2012

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How To Do Research Poster: This Website is excellent and interactive.

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100 Words Every Student Should Know

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Writer's Notebook and reasons to write

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Do not!

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15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly.

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vocabulary notebooking

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Transitions

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Peer Editing Checklist

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“Show, Not Tell” poster for revising writing and adding more detail.

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Though we don't like to think about it, we as teachers will more than likely be required to give grades for students' writing. Porta Potty states that when the time comes to give a grade for writing, it is best to "talk with students ahead of time about what you look for in an A paper, a B paper and so on", and then you should "put this information in writing in the form of a rubric." This pin shows a rubric that was made through the collaborative efforts of both the teacher and the students.

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The WORST Grammar Mistakes Ever (PHOTOS)

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Concise Sentence Guide

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Writing rules! ♥

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