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Sentence Starters and Transitions Anchor Chart for Informational Writing! Helps Grade 1-3 students transition from their topic sentence, to points, facts, and closing. Great support for independent writing. English, Anchor Charts, Pre K, Topic Sentences Anchor Chart, Transition Words Anchor Chart, Writing Introductions Anchor Chart, Topic Anchor Chart, Sentence Starters Anchor Chart, Expository Writing Anchor Chart 2nd

Sentence Starters and Transitions Anchor Chart for Informational Writing! Helps Grade 1-3 students transition from their topic sentence, to points, facts, and closing. Great support for independent writing.

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Raise The Bar Reading
Diy, Humour, English, Summer, Guided Writing, Writing Classes, Student Writing, Writing Strategies, Writing Lesson Plans

Writing doesn’t have to be hard. Whenever I talk to fellow teachers about what they HATE teaching… it always seems to be writing. Why is that? I theorize that it’s because writing is very personal. There’s no cut and dry methods that work for ALL students. It is also time consuming to teach AND especially […]

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Juliana Jakubowski
Read about how to sequence writing instruction in middle and high school ELA #highschoolela #writingsequence Reading, Middle School Writing, High School, Teaching Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Activities, Writing Instruction, Writing Skills, Writing Workshop

Wondering how to sequence writing instruction in the secondary ELA classroom? Writing is a difficult concept to pin down to a formula, but certain approaches are more effective than others. Read more in this post from Reading and Writing Haven.

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Irena Pemberton
Middle School Writing, English, Elementary Writing Lessons, Writing Lesson Plans, Teaching Writing Elementary, Elementary Writing, Homeschool Writing, 5th Grade Writing, Teaching Reading

Do you have struggling writers who just don't seem to be growing? Do you have reluctant writers who don't seem to get much writing completed? In every class that I have ever taught, there has always been a handful of kiddos that just don't like writing. These students can be toughest to reach. You have

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Not So Wimpy Teacher
Middle School Writing, How To Write A Summary Middle School, Writing Classes, Writing In Elementary School, Writing Exercises For Middle School, Essay Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Instruction, Teach Writing Elementary

by The Daring English Teacher Desmond Tutu, a South African theologian, cleric, and human rights activist, once said that “there is only one way to eat an elephant: a bite at a time.” This famous analogy can help teachers in many ways: when they are stressed, when they have a seemingly impossible amount of work to do, and even when they are faced with the daunting task of helping their students become strong writers. Writing is a multi-faceted art, and teaching students how to write, mainly…

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Tamara Crowe