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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

by Kylene Reed, on Nov 12, 2019 11:47:08 PM

I have shared with many of you in my workshops, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade activity that I do. Here it is, all in one place for you to find! …

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Topics:November 2019Narrative WritingElaborative DetailWord ReferentsStudent Writing SamplesLiterature ConnectionDetail GeneratingSentence StartersMedia ConnectionAssured ExperiencesPoint of View

by Kylene Reed, on Sep 10, 2019 10:41:10 PM

WOW! This lesson definitely pushed my students and I outside of our comfort zones! Who likes bragging on themselves? Especially when you are writing it for all to read! Well …

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Topics:August 2019Back to SchoolSeptember 2019Social Emotional LessonStudent Writing SamplesGrade 5Middle GradeModelChartingPoint of ViewPerspectiveCharacter Traits

by Kylene Reed, on Sep 4, 2019 10:14:03 PM

Wow! This turned out to be one of my favorite lessons I’ve done! Have you downloaded the August lesson of the month on point of view and perspective? If not, …

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Topics:August 2019Back to SchoolSeptember 2019Word ReferentsStudent Writing SamplesLiterature ConnectionGrades 2-5ModelMedia ConnectionPoint of ViewPerspective

by Kylene Reed, on Jul 9, 2019 2:21:48 PM

There are lots of fun mentor text out there for teaching point of view, but here is a lesson I did in my class, as an independent practice, after teaching …

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Topics:July 2019Student Writing SamplesLiterature ConnectionWriting InstructionAuthenticChartingExtension LessonPoint of View

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