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Writing

When students get to know a word by illustrating its meaning, a condemned assignment gains a new lease on life Write the definition for each list...
A few simple strategies can provide your students with a bevy of great writing ideas It's Writing Workshop time and Marissa stares up at me with a...
This tool for middle school writers helps them to vary sentence structure and stave off writer's block Kids need tools that can help them learn to...
Five rules that will help make writing a priority for your students – and for you, too As a writing teacher, I have an opportunity to practice what...
The more we know about the lives and work of authors we love, the better we understand their writing A few months ago, upon pulling into the...
Here are some great book picks to help you introduce all the various parts of writing Helping students understand figures of speech takes more...
Encouraging students to create their own organizational process will get them on the road to becoming better writers The resource books have been...
For a student's vocabulary to grow, words must be learned in a greater framework All right, this is your homework for tonight. Here are the words...
Once they learn how to organize lists and thoughts into a piece of writing, kids will be amazed at how much they're able to teach others Children...
Activities with Clifford, Pooh, Olivia, Horton and other furry or feathered friends will get kids roaring with delight "The weasel explained that he...

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