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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

by Kylene Reed, on Feb 4, 2020 9:44:29 PM

My students need lots of practice when it comes to combining sentences using conjunctions. Not only do they need to be able to identify a compound and complex sentence, but …

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Topics:Everyday WritingKylene's FavoritesGrammarStudent Writing LessonsEditing & RevisingQuick Tipssentence structure

by Kylene Reed, on Aug 29, 2019 11:08:15 PM

Thank you to Rosemarie Aleman and Natalie Hodges who teach 8th grade at Hutto MS for this fun idea! What a great way to boost vocabulary into our lessons for …

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Topics:August 2019Back to SchoolQuick TipsVocabularyFeelingsExtension Task

by Kylene Reed, on Jul 26, 2019 10:35:11 PM

When I first began teaching, I was in a first-grade classroom at a district that was a big advocate for balanced literacy. As an inexperienced first-year teacher, I was fortunate …

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Topics:July 2019Super Writing LessonsExpositoryNarrativeQuick TipsGrades 2-5Vocabularywriting across the curriculumMiddle GradeExtension LessonState StandardsOral LanguageStandards Alignment

by Kylene Reed, on Jul 23, 2019 6:30:00 AM

What a busy last few weeks I have had with my family. I worked most of June, and was really looking forward to a little family time on our summer …

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Topics:Social StudiesJuly 2019Word ReferentsStudent Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesQuick TipsVocabularyTheme

by Kylene Reed, on Jun 24, 2019 12:54:00 AM

This summer I am extremely lucky to get to be sharing my love for reading and writing with teachers all around. This last week, I was in Fort Smith, Arkansas …

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Topics:June 2019ExpositoryNarrativeOpinionQuick TipsK-1 Writing AlignmentChartingThemeExtension LessonOral Language

by Kylene Reed, on Jun 12, 2019 9:23:39 PM

WOW! This summer is already going by so fast! I hope you all are having a relaxing vacation. I have been busy as can be spreading my love for reading …

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Topics:June 2019Narrative WritingInformational/Expository WritingFrameworks/Story PlanOpinion WritingQuick TipsSentence StartersExtension Lesson

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