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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

by Kylene Reed, on Oct 7, 2020 10:18:37 AM

Fall is my favorite time of year, and I had a great time teaching the September lesson of the month in one of our first grade classrooms this last week! …

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Topics:FallStudent Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesK-1 WritingVocabulary

by Kylene Reed, on Sep 30, 2019 7:45:53 PM

Our kindergarten class used the simplified narrative diamond to draw the beginning, middle, and end for the book Pumpkin Town. Starting to teach and model story pattern at a young …

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Topics:September 2019Story ElementsStudent Writing SamplesNarrativeGraphic OrganizersK-1 WritingStory Pattern

by Kylene Reed, on Jun 10, 2019 6:30:00 AM

Each year, I always begin with section one in my EW Expository/Opinion Guide focusing on author's purpose and genre. Here is one of my most favorite lessons that I introduce …

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Topics:Kylene's FavoritesJune 2019Narrative WritingInformational/Expository WritingStudent Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesGrade 2K-1 WritingLiterature ConnectionGrade 6writing across the curriculumAuthor's PurposeGenre

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