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Editing writing will be a joy for your students with Edit Writing with COPS! This unit is an engaging, effective way for students to remember to edit their writing! “Patrol Your Writing with COPS!”Includes a launch lesson with a thorough lesson plan and motivating resources.These resources may eas
The RACER Strategy teaches students how to respond to open-ended questions. This strategy reminds students to answer questions completely and cite evidence and examples from the text. I’ve seen similar strategies (RACE), but I found this strategy and explanation the most helpful for students: R
Editing & Revising BundleHere are cute, catchy, engaging, and effective ways for students to remember to edit and revise their writing! The packs may easily be used for: self, peer, or teacher editing and revising. I love hearing my students exclaiming, “My writing is so much better now!” “It’s
Teach your students to write like superheroes with these inspiring posters! Includes: - "Be a Writing Superhero" title page - "POW" writing poster for SRSD - "TIDE" writing poster for Narrative and Informative/Explanatory Mode - "TIRE" and "TREE" writing posters for Opinion Mode - "SWAG" poster - f
ACE Reading Strategy: How to Write Constructive Response READING PromptsDo your students run out of lines when answering prompts on their standardized test? Are you looking for a way to teach, “how to cite evidence?” Try teaching the ACE acronym: Answer, Cite, Explain.At first, I was using the RA
This document is a bundle. Included in this bundle is the RACER strategy poster used for teaching students how to write for a literary analysis task and a research simulation task. I have also included a framework for the students to follow as well as a template for differentiating instruction. I u
Use this personal anchor chart in your Interactive Notebooks when teaching students about revising and editing! The printout is meant to mirror the anchor chart displayed in the classroom for use away from the classroom.
This power point will help you teach POW TIDE and other elements of the SRSD strategy such as self talk and think alouds. In this power point I have added the second grade task (text), the prompts, the exemplar essay, the weak essay, the score sheet, a graphic organizer, and cute graphics. You can
This product comes with 4 bookmarks on one page. Each bookmark has both the P.O.W. and the T.I.D.E mnemonics. This is a great tool for students to refer to when writing.
This is the TIDE graphic organizer to be used with the SRSD model for writing informational/explanatory essays.
This power point will help you teach POW TIDE and other elements of the SRSD strategy such as self talk and think alouds. In this power point I have added the first grade task (text), the prompts, the exemplar essay, the weak essay, the score sheet, a graphic organizer, and cute graphics. You can al
Constructed Response: Constructed Response questions are a great way to push students to a more rigorous level. This FREE resource is sure to help your students follow the RACE strategy with ease as they practice answering constructed response questions. Feel free to reproduce it to suit the needs
Keeping it Real Writing Strategies: 4th Grade Test Prep for Opinion & Informative Writing is a supplemental writing program aligned with the Common Core/ ELA Standards. The program has 16 weeks of lessons that are simple to follow and filled with pictures, sample anchor charts, templates, and m
This is a unit with all of the graphic organizers to teach the SRSD method using the TIDE graphic organizers for informational essays.
This is a unit that teaches the writing process which is proven to be the best means for increasing writing productivity with reluctant writers. I have used these tools for many years in my inclusion classroom to increase the quality and quantity of writing for special needs and low performing stude
Do your students struggle with remembering to add a capital letter at the beginning of their sentences and a punctuation mark at the end of their sentences? Are you tired of ‘nagging’ them to edit their own writing? These COPS Fix It sentences are the answer!Many teachers who have used my Edit with
Did you know that students are allowed some supplemental aids during the STAAR test? They need to follow a certain format. These Supplemental Aids are designed to cater diversity in class and improve students' performance. They can be used in class. Contents: - Grammar and spelling (mechanics) rules
This lesson uses a mnemonic device based on the letters OSCAR to help students develop a plan/outline/skeleton/draft for writing a character elaboration. Students are guided through the process with help from Oscar the Grouch, Sponge Bob, and from THE LIGHTHOUSE FAMILY: THE STORM by Cynthia Rylant
This helpful resource supports writers through the revision and editing component of Writers' Workshop. The simple mnemonic device with visuals helps students remember the simple steps of an effective revision and edit. This resource can be used in any writing genre. This resource can be used to
"Writing with D.A.D. and M.O.M.: Memorable Techniques for Memorable Writing," by Susan L. Lipson, introduces an easy-to-remember, easy-to-teach pair of acronyms that will guide writers, from age 8 to 18, to create "showing," not "telling," writing. The combination of the D.A.D. and M.O.M. techniques
This songbook contains over 50 fun songs about everything you need to learn in 6th grade Language Arts class, plus some other general writing and reading strategies! This is the full, complete, up-to-date version of the collection of songs to sing with your class to help your students memorize and
This is a fun way to teach students how to use voice in their writing. Voice Man is a "character" that my mom (4th grade teacher) and I (high school teacher) made up. It's kind of silly, but it WORKS. It appeals to ALL types of learners. Voice Man's face is made up of 10 letters, all of which stand
Scaffolded writing tool to help your students create stronger constructed responses following close readings of a text or set of paired texts. Here's what's included: » Two slightly different versions of the graphic organizer page--just a font change on one page, in case you don't like fonts with
This visual aid helps explain how to use TEXT (Topic, Elaborate, Explain, Topic) and ICE (Introduce, Cite, Explain). I used "The Scarlet Ibis" as the basis of this explanation. This handout is perfect for strategy building as TEXT is applied first and then the difference is shown between a paragraph

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