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Writing a Recount Cheat Sheet English - Writing Talk 4 Writing, Recount Writing, Writing Genres, Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Process, Writing Workshop, Kids Writing, Teaching Writing

Writing a Recount Cheat Sheet

The 'Writing a Recount Cheat Sheet' is based on the Genre Skeleton for Recounts. The Cheat Sheet is an easy to use sheet showing the format of the Recount Genre. A great tool for parents to have in order to fully understand what is needed of their children when writing a Recount, whether for homew...

FREE Recount Writing prompt - great for back to school (great modified prompt for low level learners). Recount Writing, Writing Genres, Writing Strategies, Narrative Writing, Writing Workshop, Writing Skills, Writing Prompts, Informational Writing, Writing Ideas

Back Into It

Most teacher sin my state of Australia go back into the classroom tomorrow after a 2 week Autumn break - we call our breaks from school 'holidays'. I have made this proforma for planning a 'holiday recount'. Students can plan their ideas on it before they write. I have provided a nice worksheet for writing the good copy! \ You can grab both for FREE HERE - from google drive! I plan writing lines, so that students write in the solid lines and use the dotted lines for top/tail guides. I have…

Visual Cues For Answering WH- Questions (Poster) Education And Literacy, Special Education Classroom, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities, Educational Activities, Speech Language Pathology, Speech And Language, Wh Questions, This Or That Questions

Visual Cues For Answering WH- Questions (Poster)

This product is a poster to assist students when answering WH- questions. Graphics for "who", "what", "when", "where", and "why" are included. "Who" graphics included people and animals (when answering questions about stories, animals are often the 'who'"). "What" graphics include objects. "When" gr...

Transition words are necessary for narrative writing. I will put this on the writing board and use it in mini lesson for transition words. Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Writing Activities, Writing Ideas, Writing Services, Writing Checklist, Kids Writing, Math Lessons, Expository Writing

Narrative Writing Made Easy!

Common Core Standard:W.2.3. Write narratives in which they recount a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events, include details to describe...{$3}

Narrative Success Criteria Text Types and Purposes Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences. Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Teaching Ideas, Efl Teaching, Poetry Lessons, Writing Goals

Expository Writing Worksheets

Expository Writing Worksheets. Expository writing worksheets and printables learning to write, expository writing lesson plans and rubrics

Free Retell Checklist and Recount Brainstorm to support teaching Common Core Reading Literature, Standard 2 for Talk 4 Writing, Recount Writing, Writing Genres, Narrative Writing, Writing Worksheets, Writing Lessons, Writing Workshop, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing

Recount Brainstorm and Retell Checklist

These two organizers were designed to support teachers in teaching Reading Literature Standard 2 in Common Core. For more information, please visit my blog at: www.learningwish.wordpress.com *Graphics Courtesy of MyCuteGraphics.Com...

Common Core Standards -- website of a district who has laid out each part of the CCSS and made a unit/scope and sequence to go along with it. Lessons to go with the CCSS via Lou Blanton Speech Language Therapy, Speech And Language, Language Arts, Speech Therapy, Speech Pathology, English Language, School Classroom, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas

The Common Core and YOU!

Our district has taken on the Common Core State Standards for Language Arts FULL ON! Whoo-eeee! It's a great core, but it's a bit lot different from what we are used to and it's a lot of work. I'm sure once we all get used to it they'll change it. Am I right? ;) We are very lucky to have a district who has laid out each part of the CCSS and made a unit/scope and sequence to go along with it. They've made a lesson for every.part.of.the.core!!! I don't follow it directly, but I pull from it…

Recount writing anchor charts in first grade (orange-when, blue-who, pink-what… Talk 4 Writing, Recount Writing, Writing Genres, 4th Grade Writing, Work On Writing, Writing Strategies, Narrative Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Ideas

Recount writing anchor charts in first grade (orange-when, blue-who, pink-what, green-where, yellow-why, red-feelings sentence)

Requested teaching resource about Persuasive Writing Checklist. Are you able to add a rebuttal box between the 3 arguments and the conclusion Recount Writing, Writing Sites, Writing Checklist, Writing Genres, Writing Programs, Persuasive Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing

Recount Writing Checklist

Now your students can make sure that they have everything they need in their recount.

Recount writing anchor charts in first grade (orange-when, blue-who, pink-what… Talk 4 Writing, Recount Writing, Writing Genres, Work On Writing, Writing Sentences, Writing Ideas, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities

Recount writing anchor charts in first grade (orange-when, blue-who, pink-what, green-where, yellow-why, red-feelings sentence). Co-created with students.