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Step-by-step writing and revising lessons dramatically improve the writing proficiencies of students in grades 6-9.
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Middle School Writing Course: FULL YEAR (Grades 6-9)

Step-by-step writing and revising lessons dramatically improve the writing proficiencies of students in grades 6-9.

Writing Tips - Ajay Ohri
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8 Simple Steps To Become A Great Writer

Write 50 words. That's a paragraph. Write 400 words. That's a page. Write 300 pages. That's a manuscript. Write every day. That's a habit. Edit and rewrite.

Writing Hooks Perfect for Journaling Inspiration
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Writing Hooks Perfect for Journaling Inspiration

Editable PowerPoint Newspapers inside page

Editable PowerPoint Newspapers

Editable PowerPoint Newspapers

My fantastic student teacher came up with this great way to show the differences between types of literary nonfiction.
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My fantastic student teacher came up with this great way to show the differences between types of literary nonfiction.

Dragon's Den Curriculum: Teach Students to Create Mood in Writing
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Teach Students to Create Mood in Writing

Knowing how to create mood in writing is often something students struggle with. Find four instruction tips to use when teaching mood, plus two videos and links to great pictures to use in your writing lessons.

Encouraging your students to write a scary story for an assignment in your class is a great way to introduce the horror genre to them while also focusing on their creative writing skills.
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Scary Story Ideas for Middle School Kids

Encouraging your students to write a scary story for an assignment in your class is a great way to introduce the horror genre to them while also focusing on their creative writing skills.

FREE! Writing Narrative Endings Printable anchor chart- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Writing Narrative Endings - Young Teacher Love

I have to be honest. Teaching writing is tough. Each year, I set out to build a community of writers, and it is no easy task. One of the toughest things for my students is writing endings. They always start out with catchy beginnings only to get bogged down and just stop at the end. […]

8 Tips for Naming Characters - To Write a Story. . .so glad I found this. This web is great for planning a story!
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8 Tips for Naming Characters -

An Esmerelda by any other name would be just as sweet, wouldn’t she? I think not. What we name our characters is important. If you’re like me, the story swirling around in your head can’t begin to mesh until you’ve found just the right name. Here are some tips. 1. Ethnicity While many people these …

Mentor texts for informational text structures: Compare and Contrast, plus lots of ideas to help you teach informational text structures in the classroom.
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Mentor texts for informational text structures: Compare and Contrast, plus lots of ideas to help you teach informational text structures in the classroom.

FREE personal narrative ideas chart, writing checklist, graphic organizer &…
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Nicole and Eliceo

Browse over 1,480 educational resources created by Nicole and Eliceo in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Writing from Quotes Bundle

Writing from Quotes Bundle

WRITING FROM QUOTES BUNDLE The Writing from Quotes Bundle includes Quotation Quick Writes, Quotation Station Discussion Prompts, and Words to the Wise Each quotation resource is sold separately here: QUOTATION QUICK WRITES QUOTATION STATION DISCUSSION PROMPTS QUOTATION INTERPRETATION: WORDS...

Great Picture Books to Use for Notice and Note – All Signposts |
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Great Picture Books to Use for Notice and Note – All Signposts

Yesterday I posted my final picture book post for all of the signposts in the amazing book Notice and Note: Strategies for Close Reading by Kylene Beers and Robert Probst. It has truly been aweso…

I'm Lovin Lit: Interactive Notebook Linky Party ~ Five for Friday!

Interactive Notebook Linky Party ~ Five for Friday! - I'm Lovin' Lit

I’m *very* excited to be linking up with Jennifer at 4mulaFun for her Interactive Notebook Linky Party! Aaaand since I’m a double-dippin kinda gal I’m going to show you 5 of my interactive notebooking lessons, making this a great Five for Friday! All of these ideas come from my Interactive Reading Literature Notebooks ~ Teaching […]

FREE! Writing Narrative Endings Printable anchor chart- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Writing Narrative Endings - Young Teacher Love

FREE! Writing Narrative Endings Printable anchor chart- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

WRITING CHARACTER SNAPSHOTS: Like photographers, writers showcase snapshots which… ...zoom in on characters to reveal their emotions or personalities and  …zoom out to reveal them in a specific setting or with other characters.
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WRITING CHARACTER DESCRIPTIONS

CHARACTER SNAPSHOTS When writers want to give their readers a sneak peek into a character's real or fictional world, they use snapshots. What are Snapshots? Snapshots are vivid descriptions used to help readers create pictures in their minds. Character snapshots capture little slices of li...