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Classroom writing - A colleague recommended these FREE feedback slips from One of my goals this term is to find better ways to provide feedback and these slips have been so helpful aussieteachertribe gr

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Word Work Menus that WORK! These FREE printable and EDITABLE spelling menus are perfect for ANY spelling words or word study program. You can use the included word work activities and spelling games on the choice boards (perfect for and grade) or m Word Study Activities, Spelling Activities, Spelling Games, Spelling Centers, 4th Grade Activities, Spelling Homework, Spelling Ideas, Listening Activities, Spelling Menu

FREE Word Work and Spelling Menus

Word Work Menus that WORK! These FREE printable and EDITABLE spelling menus are perfect for ANY spelling words or word study program. You can use the included word work activities and spelling games on the choice boards (perfect for 2nd and 3rd grade) or modify/add your own to make them suitable for your first grade, 4th or 5th grade students. #spellingmenu #wordstudy #wordwork #spellingactivity #freebie

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Synonyms and Antonyms Charts

If you are anything like me, then you are constantly looking for ways to boost your students vocabulary and help them add descriptive words to their writing. I created these synonym and antonym posters and word charts to help you and your students do just that. The student friendly charts and poster...

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Transition Words

Transitions are changes and you want them to happen as smoothly as possible. Transitions can happen in the following circumstances of a story: Setting to settingCharacter to character (dialogue)Inner dialogue to action of storyOne time to another timeThere

Direct grammar instruction has become a no-no in the face of more proficiency-based instruction, but there is still one way to teach grammar that is not frowned upon. How To Teach Grammar, Teaching Grammar, Grammar And Vocabulary, Grammar Lessons, Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Spanish, Teaching English, Vocabulary Games

Teaching Grammar in Context Using Authentic Resources

In my last post, “How do I incorporate authentic text into my daily lesson plans? Part 1, we considered incorporating authentic text into lesson plans beginning with introducto…

Story of my Name Writing Today I'm sharing one of my favourite tasks for building community in the classroom. Students are able to share an important aspect of . 5th Grade Writing, 4th Grade Reading, Name Writing, Cool Writing, 6th Grade Ela, Middle School Writing, 4th Grade Art, Sentence Writing, Narrative Writing
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Story of my Name Writing

Today I'm sharing one of my favourite tasks for building community in the classroom. Students are able to share an important aspect of themselves (the story of their name) with the class and with me, their teacher. Through this task we are also working on important skills, like reading comprehension, writing, and reflection. Day 1 To begin, I asked my students to write any name they wish they had on a sticky note. They then placed it in a mason jar. I read my class the story "The Name Jar"…

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Teaching Writing using Google

7 Ways Writing Can Be Easier in the Google Classroom | Help your students during writer's workshop in a whole new way.

One of the most important lessons that I teach my upper elementary students is how to restate the question in the answer. We start with a lesson about how to restate the question. PQA: Put the Question in the Answer. This can still be tricky for some kids

Restating the Question Lesson - Teaching with a Mountain View

One of the most important lessons that I teach my upper elementary students is how to restate the question in the answer. We start with a lesson about how to restate the question. PQA: Put the Question in the Answer. This can still be tricky for some kids, so we make an anchor chart together that shows them exactly how to do it. Check out my lesson and help your students to answer questions with ease. #languagearts

Writing journals for writers workshop, stage 2 tech?

Google Classroom: Using a Writing Journal - Teacher Tech

Create a writing journal template in Google Docs. Attach the journal in Google Classroom for students to receive a copy.

Digital graphic organizers take students through the process of writing a compare and contrast paragraph. Compare and contrast characters, settings, and events using piece of literature. My students loved filling out the Venn Diagrams and writing their Opinion Writing Prompts, Paragraph Writing, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Rubrics, Persuasive Writing, Writing Lab, Teaching Strategies, Writing Skills
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Teaching Writing using Google

Teaching writing is so much easier using Google. Here are seven of my favorite ways that using Google Docs or Google Slides helps with writing instruction.

If you're launching your "Small Moments" writing unit, check out my top picks for mentor texts. They're great choices for teachers of children. Writing Mentor Texts, Personal Narrative Writing, Personal Narratives, Sentence Writing, Informational Writing, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Centers
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Andrea Knight - Teacher · Learner · Author

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Opinion writing can be challenging for upper elementary students! This post has a step by step strategy for teaching persuasive writing. Using mentor texts to teach persuasive writing is one of the teaching tools. Writing Mentor Texts, Paragraph Writing, Writing Strategies, Narrative Writing, Opinion Writing, Persuasive Writing, Writing Rubrics, Informational Writing, Writing Process
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Here's a podcast for secondary English teachers interested in teaching with the workshop model or who are already implementing this practice in their classrooms! 10th Grade English, Middle School English, Close Reading Lessons, Writing Lessons, Teaching Skills, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Ted Talks For Kids

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Podcast Coaching Interest Form If you are interested in gaining support to grow your workshop teaching skills, fill out the form below. Remember if you are chosen our coaching call will be recorded and released on

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Three High-Interest Writing Assignments for Distance Learning — TeachWriting.org

Distance learning resources are in high demand right now as we shift our teaching outside of the classroom. As a result, distance learning resources are in great demand-- especially assignments that help keep students motivated and engaged. Check out these three high-interest writing assignments for distance learning to engage all students in the writing process.

Teaching With a Mountain View: Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Texts

Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Texts - Teaching with a Mountain View

We are SO close to being done with our nonfiction unit, and I'm looking forward to jumping back in to novel studies. My students are slowly growing to love (okay, maybe like is still a better word) informational text, and that was truly one of my main goals in all of this. Last week, we ... Read more

Teaching grammar in isolation is not only ineffective, it can actually make student writing worse. So when students make mistakes, what should teachers do? Grammar Tips, Teaching Grammar, Grammar Lessons, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Teaching English, Teaching Ideas, English Teachers
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How to Deal with Student Grammar Errors | Cult of Pedagogy

Teaching grammar in isolation is not only ineffective, it can actually make student writing worse. So when students make mistakes, what should teachers do?