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Basic Essay Format is the first in a series of essays that can be used in relation to literature, student read texts or in response to a teacher generated prompt. Essays that follow in sequence are the Book Summary, Book Evaluation, Compare and Contrast, Author's Theme Project and How to Write a Research Paper. Teachers can use these to progressively build writing sophistication at any level. Also, anyone buying all items posted here by Dennis Kafalas can request a free copy of his book, "Inspir
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4th - 12th, Adult Education
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Easy to use Common Core based writing rubric that includes a process category to score for effort and quality.
The Thinking, Planning, Writing Preparation Sheet and Organizer is designed so middle and high school students can create a basic three paragraph essay or lab report in any content area. The directions and graphic organizer ask the student to rewrite the question, brainstorm what they know about a possible answer, develop a thesis and then transfer those notes into a rough draft of either a short essay or lab report. With minimal effort, the teacher can have students work independently and learn
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4th - 12th, Adult Education
The Book Summary essay builds on the basic essay format and is the second essay in a series. The focus is on summarizing text and then providing citations that support one's thesis. It is adaptable to any type of content area text.
Grades:
4th - 12th, Adult Education
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The Literature Circle Rubric is a peer-scored worksheet used for independent reading assignments in place of a traditional test or essay. Used by small groups, it requires students to retell convincingly was what read to classmates, who then provide a brief rationale for the score they award. The rubric is easy to use and requires students to retell, summarize and write short responses.
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
The Author's Theme Essay-fifth in the series-asks the writer to find the theme of a book or text excerpt then build an essay based on the template provided.
Grades:
5th - 12th, Adult Education
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The Compare and Contrast Essay is the fourth in a series of essays that compares texts based on the book evaluation standards or can be modified for any other activity.
Grades:
5th - 12th, Adult Education
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The Book Evaluation Essay is the third essay in a sequence that allows teachers to build writing sophistication. The essay draws attention to the craft of writing fiction by introducing "Standards to Evaluate Fiction" from William Appel's, THE TRUTH ABOUT FICTION (WRITING), an added bonus since students evaluate the basic elements of story structure.
Grades:
6th - 12th, Adult Education
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Directions, Listener's and Peer Editing Check Lists are provided to set up a creative writing unit or a process writing model of instruction.
Grades:
5th - 12th

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