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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

November 2020 Lesson of the Month

Kylene Reed
November 4, 2020

Give Thanks Writing LessonHappy November! This month it’s all about being grateful! Here at Empowering Writers we are grateful for teachers like you! So many of you are teaching in an environment that you’ve never been in before. Learning to navigate these instructional waters can be overwhelming so we’re here to help you. The lessons of the month are available as Google slides or PowerPoint slides for assigning out to your students. Change out the text or the bitmoji and instantly share an engaging lesson that develops students’ writing skills. We’ve also provided the literature connection for you right on the slide! Enjoy the lessons and remember that we appreciate all of your hard work and dedication.

K-1 Lesson

Stone Soup Writing LessonIn this ancient and often told legend, hungry travelers concoct a plan to convince the townspeople to share a small amount of their food in order to make a meal that everyone enjoys
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Grades 2-5 Lesson 

Turkey Trouble Writing LessonTurkey is in trouble. Bad trouble. The kind of trouble where it's almost Thanksgiving . . . and you're the main course. After many hilarious attempts, Turkey comes up with the perfect disguise to make this Thanksgiving the best ever!

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Grades 6 - 8 Lesson

Hero Writing LessonWritten by the son of a career officer, this book explores the branches of the Armed Services and speaks from the heart about the honor, privileges and sacrifices of military families everywhere.
*Use this idea to honor your country's national heroes in-lieu of Veteran's Day
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