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Writing a 5 W’s Story
Help students write realistic stories.
Elaborating in a Food Review
Help students practice elaboration.
Writing Freely and Rapidly
Teach student to freewrite for ideas.
Writing a Family Story and Historical Marker
Inspire students to write family stories.
Using a Peer Response Sheet
Teach students to write peer responses.
Discovering Narrative Strategies
Use shared inquiry to develop personal narratives.
Discovering Rules for Their, There, and They’re
Use shared inquiry to learn their, there, and they're.
Sharing Fiction with a Partner
Use shared inquiry to read fiction.
If I Were President
Think about being president.
Comparing Myself to a President
Compare yourself to a president.
If I Were a President's Pet
Imagine being a president's pet.
Writing a Historical Dialogue
Create a dialogue with a historical figure.
Add detail to sentences.
Elaborating with Supporting Details
Use a variety of details.
Capturing Readers' Attention
Use opening strategies.
Address opposing positions.
Defending Huck Finn
Defend a fictional character in court.
Assemble prefixes, roots, and suffixes.
Answering Objections in Arguments
Answer key objections to an argument.
Labeling Your Feelings
Calm your body and mind by voicing your feelings.
Using Signal Phrases
Smoothy integrate sources in your writing.