A Handbook for Young Writers, Thinkers, and Learners
Write on Track is a writing handbook for students in grade 3. You'll find guidelines, models, checklists, tips, and much more. Write on Track also helps students become better readers, test takers, and learners. The handbook has five main parts.
- The Process of Writing: The first part helps your students learn all about writing, from using the writing process to understanding the qualities of good writing.
- The Forms of Writing: Would you like your students to write in journals or create time-travel fantasies? Would you like them to write essays or news stories? You'll find models and guidelines for every form.
- The Tools of Learning: This section helps your student improve skills in reading, speaking, test taking, and using technology.
- The Proofreader’s Guide: This guide includes rules and examples to help students with punctuation, spelling, mechanics, usage, and grammar.
- The Student Almanac: This section supports writing across the curriculum with fascinating science facts, helpful math tips, colorful maps, and much more!
Write on Track . . .
- uses colorful art to catch students' eyes and an encouraging voice to keep them reading.
- leads students step-by-step through the writing process: prewriting, writing, revising, editing, and publishing.
- helps students write better sentences, paragraphs, and essays.
- teaches all modes of writing: personal, narrative, explanatory, persuasive (argument), literary, research, creative, and assessment.
- includes high-interest student models and guidelines to help students create similar writing.
- helps student write well across the curriculum.
- helps students develop learning skills: reading, spelling, speaking, viewing, listening, thinking, studying, collaborating, taking tests, and using technology.
- guides students when editing for punctuation, mechanics, spelling, usage, sentences, and grammar.