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Building a paragraph is like building a strong house you can't knock down!  I LOVE IT! All of the parts matter and it's aligned with Common Core Writing Standards 1 & 2 - I would switch the roof and foundation.  I think it makes more sense to build from the bottom up. The topic sentence should be the foundation and the closing sentence should protect your paragraph. Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Tips, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Process

Building a paragraph is like building a strong house you can't knock down! I LOVE IT! All of the parts matter and it's aligned with Common Core Writing Standards 1 & 2 - I would switch the roof and foundation. I think it makes more sense to build from the bottom up. The topic sentence should be the foundation and the closing sentence should protect your paragraph.

Blog post about teaching your students the difference between quoting, summarizing, and paraphrasing! Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Student Teaching, Teaching Tools, Teaching English, Teaching Resources, Teaching Themes, Essay Writing

Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting

Blog post about teaching your students the difference between quoting, summarizing, and paraphrasing!

How To Paraphrase Effectively Infographic English Writing, Academic Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Essay Writing, Teaching English, Learn English, Teaching Resources, Writing Papers

How To Paraphrase Effectively | UCollect Infographics

This infographic presentation presents about how to paraphrase effectively. To get the best information please visit here paraphraseforme.

I love that this planning sheet includes a space for transition words! I would have students use this when they are developing their skills in expository writing. Work On Writing, Writing Classes, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Writing Workshop, Writing Test, Writing Activities

"5 Square Paragraphs" Writing Technique (all materials and lessons already downloaded in my writing folder)

Free handout is a mini-lesson for students about how to open and close their essays. It outlines 7 ways for students to write introductions that grab the reader's attention and 5 ways for them to write conclusions without resorting to tired and boring methods. Examples are given for each method... 5th Grade Writing, Middle School Writing, Writing Classes, Writing Lessons, Writing Workshop, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Skills

How to Write Incredible Introductions and Captivating Conclusions

When writing informational texts, students need to know how to introduce a topic and how to write a concluding statement that supports the information presented in the writing. This handout is useful as a mini-lesson for that purpose. It outlines 7 ways that students can write introductions that gra...

With copy-and-paste functions running rampant in the classroom, students need to learn how to paraphrase effectively! These fun movie quotes do the trick! PIXAR Paraphrasing -- An Anti-plagiarism Activity (Creative English Classroom) Writing Classes, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Services, Teaching English, Teaching Resources, Essay Writing, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Tools

Anti - Plagiarism Animation Paraphrasing

With the ease of copy-and-paste functions, teachers must be extra vigilant to teach students the art of effective paraphrasing. This fun activity gives teachers the perfect chance to do so. Students are divided into groups and given quotes from favorite animated movies, along with 5 possible par...

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Some people found it difficult in class to write a conclusion for their research paper. Mrs. Lewis contributed into giving us easy steps that would make us understand in a clearer manner on how to write a conclusion without any difficulties. This summarizes it all on what to do, what to avoid, and words that can help build up a strong conclusion.

Plagiarism: Make this a checklist/contract for students so there is an added layer of seriousness. This can also help student to keep from accidentally plagiarizing because they couldn't find the information to double check their work. Research Writing, Research Skills, Study Skills, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Essay Writing, Teaching English, Writing Services

What Is Plagiarism? (for Kids)

Make this a checklist/contract for students so there is an added layer of seriousness.

Teaching Students to Avoid Plagiarism - Although threats and detection software have some impact, the best way to prevent plagiarism is to teach students how to avoid it in the first place. Writing Strategies, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Student Teaching, Writing Activities, Teaching Tips, Essay Writing, Teaching English

Teaching Students to Avoid Plagiarism | Cult of Pedagogy

Although threats and detection software have some impact, the best way to prevent plagiarism is to teach students how to avoid it in the first place. | Cult of Pedagogy

Paraphrasing means formulating someone else’s ideas in your own words. To paraphrase a source, you have to rewrite a passage without changing the meaning of the original text. Informational Writing, Persuasive Writing, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Essay Writing, Race Writing, Thesis Writing, Academic Writing, Nonfiction

An example of Teaching Slide #5 in my Paraphrasing: A Writer's Craft lesson that I used with my 4th graders.

This free webquest would be great for older students to work through on their own or in groups and then come together to chat about it in a whole group. Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Teaching English, Teaching Resources, School Resources, Teaching Ideas, 9th Grade English, Middle School English, Literacia Digital

Customizable Plagiarism Policy & Plagiarism WebQuest | GOOGLE DISTANCE LEARNING

This free webquest would be great for older students to work through on their own or in groups and then come together to chat about it in a whole group.

Great video for teaching kids about copyright and plagiarism. School Library Lessons, Library Lesson Plans, Middle School Libraries, Elementary School Library, Library Skills, Library Ideas, Teaching Writing, Teaching Kids, Citing Sources

Copyright & Plagiarism for Kids

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Plagiarism checkers | Smart.Study Blog #Plagiarism #StudentResources #StudyTips #plagiarismtool College Essay, College Life, Academic Writing, Essay Writing, 500 Word Essay, Plagiarism Checker, Grammar Check, Ethical Issues, Learning

Plagiarism checkers | Smart.Study Blog #Plagiarism #StudentResources #StudyTips #plagiarismtool

Browse over 90 educational resources created by Dianne Mason in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store. Ielts Writing Academic, Essay Writing, Persuasive Writing, Common Core Science Standards, Writing Strategies, Writing Ideas, Social Studies Notebook, Teaching English, English Writing

How to Write Incredible Introductions and Captivating Conclusions

When writing informational texts, students need to know how to introduce a topic and how to write a concluding statement that supports the information presented in the writing. This handout is useful as a mini-lesson for that purpose. It outlines 7 ways that students can write introductions that gra...