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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

by Kylene Reed, on Feb 12, 2020 7:09:31 PM

As writers, I want my students to be able to showcase skills that they learn in my class in each piece of writing they do. A good writer shouldn't have …

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by Kylene Reed, on Mar 4, 2019 3:09:02 PM

Our 5th Grade social studies class has been studying the Civil War, and will soon be writing an essay from the perspective of one side, either North or South. As …

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by Kylene Reed, on Feb 22, 2019 5:22:45 PM

Detail Generating Questions I'm always looking for ways to teach my students to give. To be selfless and put others first. To always look for the positive in someone. Well, …

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by Kylene Reed, on Feb 22, 2019 4:50:16 PM

Research Paper Results WOW! I cannot say enough about how proud I am of all of the writing samples I got to read today! Here are some of the lessons …

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by Kylene Reed, on Feb 21, 2019 2:40:19 PM

I just couldn't pass up the grade 3-5 lesson of the month for February. My 6th graders had a great time, and I learned so much about my students. This …

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by Kylene Reed, on Feb 21, 2019 2:36:47 PM

Cross Content Writing Fun you say??? Writing an Essay??? Yes! My students had a blast learning all about the history of our US Presidents this week. It was so exciting …

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by Kylene Reed, on Feb 21, 2019 2:22:21 PM

Show Don't Tell Often our students have a hard time describing how they are feeling while in the process of writing a story. Now, for my students in 6th grade, …

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by Kylene Reed, on Feb 21, 2019 2:18:57 PM

I found this great download on TPT! The articles were perfect for my 6th-grade students. We annotated the expository piece as a class and wrote a summarizing paragraph about what …

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by Kylene Reed, on Feb 21, 2019 1:27:57 PM

Second Grade Writing Samples I never knew how cute this lesson was going to be when I wrote it! Classes all over my school have taught it this month and …

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by Kylene Reed, on Feb 20, 2019 3:56:15 PM

This quote is something that my principal is always saying to us. Well today, I was pushed WAY outside of my comfort zone, as I worked with one of my …

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