Sentence Starters: Useful Words and Phrases You Can Use As Sentence Starters - ESL Forums
Sentence Starters! Here you will find a useful list of common sentence starters that you can use in a discussion as well as in essay writing. Learn these
C.U.P.S. and A.R.M.S.
I am new to teaching Writing in sixth grade. It was a subject previously taught by one of my team members, but now I am on my own. I really wanted to use something simple for my kids to use for revising and editing and it seemed like the C.U.P.S. and A.R.M.S. revising and editing was a simple enough place to start. I also wanted to make something that they could glue into their notebooks for a quick reference. Of course, I quickly hopped over to PicMonkey to create something fast and cute…
Write a Literary Analysis Paragraph
Use this anchor chart as a poster or handout for students to refer to as they write their analysis paragraphs. It reminds them that an analysis is an inference, gives them a step by step way to write as well as sentence frames to guide them. ...
Looking for something to help your students write better counterclaims? Here's a list of sentence starters to provide to your middle school students! Argumentative writing is made easier with these sentence stems for 6th grade, 7th grade, and 8th grade students. #writing #sentencestems #middleschool #ELA #Englishlanguagearts
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My Middle School ELA Class Period and Daily Schedule for Reading Writing and Grammar Lessons I think one of the most frequently asked questions I get is about my schedule. The questions range from my daily, weekly, monthly, and year long schedules, so I thought I would answer some of those questions here. I don’t ... Read more
Argumentative Essay Topics for Middle School
Use these argumentative essay topics to teach your middle-schoolers about the process of delivering well-researched, evidence-based arguments to their peers.
9 Things You Can Do When You Don't Feel Like Writing | Nathaniel Tower
Don't feel like writing? It happens to every writer. Here are 9 things you can try when you don't have the inspiration or desire to write.
(Freebie) The Types of Fallacies in Argument and Persuasive Writing
When some students are asked to explain whether or not an author has fully defended the ideas written in text, some students do not know what to say. This chart will help. It lists and describes the different types of fallacies that writers and speakers make.Click Here To Access This Freebie
Effective Writing Help: How to Deal with Writer’s Block
You don’t feel driven to write. You tag the experience as writer’s block. And you’d be right. The search to overcome the writer’s block curse begins. You hate it. Annoying isn’t it? Check this out:…
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Citing Textual Evidence: Moving Beyond Listing
Citing Textual Evidence Chart from Roz Linder blog! Also included steps to incorportate into your classroom. More