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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

Toolbox / Expository Writing

Toolbox / Expository Writing

Are you looking to provide specific feedback to your students in order to improve their writing? These samples are annotated for the specific skills students applied effectively in their writing …

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Topics:Student Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesExpository WritingResource by Grade LevelGrades 2-5Response to TextExpository Student Writing Samples

Narrative and Expository Writing Samples 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 …

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Topics:Narrative WritingStudent Writing SamplesExpository Writing

One way that I found to ease the tremendous stress of a research project was to break it into manageable chunks for my students. Upon introducing the topic or subject of writing …

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Topics:Super Writing LessonsStudent Writing LessonsExpository Writing

The Value of Teaching the Organization of each Genre of Writing Whenever I’m presenting an EW workshop, I always sense that during the first hour participants are getting just a …

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Topics:Narrative WritingStudent Writing LessonsExpository WritingPowerful ModelsResources from Workshops

WOOF! WOOF! Warren, a third grade student, loved to act like a dog. He’d get down on all fours and sniff around the room, bark on command, and even sit …

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Topics:Student Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesExpository WritingResource by Grade Level