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Word Choice: Triple-Scoop Words
Interesting words make interesting writing! Encourage your students to expand their word choice with this simple strategy. You can find more hands-on strategies in Adrienne Gear's Powerful Writing Structures!
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Marvelous Minilessons: Sticky Facts
Help your students organize their writing by grouping details on the same subtopic together. Just one of a host of minilessons in Marvelous Minilessons for Teaching Nonfiction Writing K-3.
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Cultivating Writers: Writing Goal Bookmark
When students set manageable writing goals, their progress and achievement increases! Find out more about writing goals, plans, and steps to success with Cultivating Writers.
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The Autism Lens: Weekly Check-In
Make a real difference in every student's goals, improvement, and outlook with a weekly check in that will encourage and support learning.
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Write to Read: Commercials
Write to Read is chock-full of single-page lessons that will get your students reading to write, and writing to read! Join Larry Swartz in an exploration of all types of writing with Write to Read!
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Inspire kids to write, with great freewriting activities & the best of mentor texts!
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Literacy 101: Questions and answers that meet the needs of real teachers in K-8…
Writing Every Day: Reading, Writing, and Conferencing Using Student-Led Language Experiences by Kellie Buis Literacy, Write Every Day, Reading Writing, Books To Read, Kindergarten, Every Day
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Writing Every Day: Reading, Writing, and Conferencing Using Student-Led Language Experiences by Kellie Buis
Nonfiction Writing Power: Teaching Information Writing with Intent and Purpose I Adrienne Gear Close Reading, Writing Power, Close Reading Activities, Text Dependent Questions, Student Achievement, Essay Help, Daily Reading, Writing Resources
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Nonfiction Writing Power: Teaching Information Writing with Intent and Purpose I Adrienne Gear
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"Grown-Up Writing" - Adrienne Gear
"Grown-Up Writing": Author/Educator Adrienne Gear discusses why primary educators should focus more on giving their students opportunities to write nonfiction.
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Nonfiction Writing Power - Adrienne Gear
Nonfiction Writing Power author Adrienne Gear outlines the goals of nonfiction writing for elementary students.
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Do your students see revision as an unpleasant revisiting of their mistakes, or as the next step forward in the writing process? These editing and revision tips, from Judy Green's HOW BULLETS SAVED MY LIFE, will help you and your students see writing in a whole new way!
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Exploring Writing in the Content Areas: Practical Ways to Support Writing in Any Subject Area
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Breathe, Stretch, Write: Learning to Write with Everything You've Got I Sheree Fitch
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The Writing Teacher's Handbook I Jo Phenix