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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

Love To Write and Read All Day / Descriptive Segment

by Kylene Reed, on Jan 24, 2020 1:30:47 AM

I have been busy trying to get mid year testing done in my own classroom, but was finally I was able to get going on the grade 2-4 January lesson …

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Topics:EW Lesson of the MonthElaborative DetailSocial Emotional LessonJanuary 2020Word ReferentsStudent Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesGrade 3Grade 4Grade 2ModelDetail GeneratingSentence StartersDescriptive Segment

by Kylene Reed, on Dec 9, 2019 11:26:17 PM

The December lessons are here! I am so excited to get to do these in my class. We are starting the Grinch descriptive segment tomorrow. More to come! If you …

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Topics:EW Lesson of the MonthElaborative DetailDecember 2019Literature ConnectionGrades 2-5Grades K-1Middle GradeDescriptive Segment

by Kylene Reed, on Oct 19, 2019 11:10:46 AM

, ch I have had a blast in 2nd grade this week with the book A Bad Case of Stripes! Day One: We read the book and then students helped …

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Topics:Everyday WritingKylene's FavoritesOctober 2019Narrative WritingElaborative DetailStudent Writing SamplesGrade 2Sentence StartersDescriptive SegmentMedia ConnectionArt Connection

by Kylene Reed, on Oct 10, 2019 10:38:54 AM

I say this over and over again, but it is true!! I have to work so hard to be the class that everyone loves to come to. English is not …

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Topics:Kylene's FavoritesOctober 2019Word ReferentsStudent Writing LessonsGrade 3Grade 4Grade 5Grades 6-8Vocabularysentence structureModelDescriptive SegmentArt ConnectionTransitionSenses

by Kylene Reed, on Sep 13, 2019 6:23:12 PM

This month, I began the September lesson with an excerpt from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. I began with annotating the sample to find text evidence on his character …

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Topics:September 2019Student Writing SamplesGrade 5Literature ConnectionAnnotateMiddle GradeDescriptive Segment

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