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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

by Kylene Reed, on Mar 26, 2019 5:24:42 PM

Hey, Hey 7th grade teachers!! Are you looking for a revising and editing guide that you and your students will LOVE?? EW just released the 7th Grade Revising and Editing …

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Topics:March 2019Test PrepStudent Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesGrammar and mechanicsediting and revising

by Kylene Reed, on Mar 25, 2019 11:47:44 AM

As the 4th graders prepared to write to the new prompt "A hobby you are involved in," we looked at the difference between just writing down information or really making …

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Topics:March 2019Test PrepInformational/Expository WritingGrade 4AuthenticModelDetail Generating

by Kylene Reed, on Mar 25, 2019 11:43:24 AM

After looking at the new topic that the 4th graders at our school were going to be writing to next, we noticed how easy it would be for students to …

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Topics:March 2019Test PrepStudent Writing LessonsGrade 4Grades 2-5Main IdeaModelPick, List, Choose

by Kylene Reed, on Mar 21, 2019 10:32:30 PM

Testing, testing, ONE.TWO.THREE. Our fourth graders needed a little reminder of one of the first rules in writing detail sentences. NO GROCERY LISTS!! I just happened to walk into Mrs. Reynolds' …

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Topics:March 2019Test PrepElaborative DetailStudent Writing SamplesGrades 2-5Sentence VarietyDetail Generating

by Kylene Reed, on Mar 13, 2019 1:05:04 PM

Teaching across genre can appear to be a very daunting task. So can teaching quotations in writing! (insert laughing emoji:)) Here is a quick and simple idea to incorporate them …

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Topics:Everyday WritingMarch 2019Test PrepGrammar and mechanicswriting across the curriculumExtension LessonQuotesPunctuation

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