Traits of Writing Posters, Anchor Charts & Writer's Notebook Distance Learning
Traits of Writing Posters and Traits of Writing Anchor Charts! Perfect for teaching students how to write and the traits of good writers. Perfect for writer's workshop, writing centers, or a writing bulletin board display. Can also be used in interactive writer's notebooks. Six Traits Posters | Six Traits Anchor Charts | Write Traits Posters | Write Traits Anchor Charts
Writing Project Features Mobile Technology, Team-Based Learning | 6-Traits Resources
This clever lesson works for new college students. Might work for high school orientation as well. The underlying idea is what lights me up.
On Teaching: How to Make Students Good Writers - The Atlantic | 6-Traits Resources
So many of my best moments as a teacher happened in the writer's workshop. Kids finding their voices. Stories flowing as they discovered they could write -- despite the defeats handed up regularly by conventional classroom practices.
Always Write: Interactive Notebook Challenge #6...Fake Movie Posters and Critiques | 6-Traits Resources
Corbett and Dena Harrison, great teachers, great Nevada writing teachers, are back with more great lesson ideas. Check it out!
Student-Generated Real-Time Word Clouds | | 6-Traits Resources
Here's a clever idea for a blended classroom. It's a dynamic way to get students working together online in realtime.
Rethink Your Grading Practices | | 6-Traits Resources
If you are stuck in a grading rut, buried under a load of papers, here's a strategy that could give you back some precious time.
AV Lecture: Understanding Voice | 6-Traits Resources
We begin with Voice, because more than any other trait, it seems to intimidate or confuse teachers and parents. Voice: What is it? Can it be taught? How do we explain Voice to the parent who says, "I never had it when I was in school!"? to edit the content | 6-Traits Resources