You’ll find all kinds of resources for your English language arts classroom here on ThoughtfulLearning.com. The team behind these resources has spent more than 40 years developing instructional materials. You may know us from Writers INC or the Write Source Series or even The College Writer. Check out our latest resources:
If you need a high school writing handbook, get your copy of the all new Write Ahead for freshman and sophomore writers. If you need a middle school writing handbook, check out new editions of Write On Course 20-20 and All Write (ELL). For upper-elementary writers, take a look at Writers Express (4th and 5th grade) and Write on Track (3rd grade). You'll also find a great second grade handbook in Write Away and new editions of Write One (1st grade) and The Writing Spot (kindergarten).
Online Writing Units
You can get access to more than 30 online writing units that teach everything from Writing Process Essays and Writing Tall Tales to Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting. Each unit leads students step by step through the process of developing the form. Students learn each form with models, examples, activities, guidelines, checklists, strategies, skills, videos, and more.
Minilessons, Infographics, and Videos
Student Models and Writing Topics
You can also see hundreds of writing topics that provide great starting points for essays, reports, stories, and much more.
Frequently Asked Questions
On these pages, you can get answers to your frequently asked questions about writing:
- What are the modes and forms of writing?
- What are the qualities of writing?
- What are the standards of writing?
- How can students judge sources from the Internet?
Blog and Newsletter
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