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This is the most “complex” of my sentence correction packets. Once my students have reached this point, they now know and are reliably starting each sentence with a capital, and ending their sentences with punctuation. They can discern with either a period or question mark is needed when reading the
Writing Dialogue Activity for whole class, small groups, or independent literacy center/station work during guided reading. Review the anchor chart for the rules of writing dialogue. Learn how to use quotation marks and write dialogue. Students add dialogue to cartoons and then translate the dialogu
“Ahhhh!” A scream pierced the air. It was my English teacher, reading an incorrectly punctuated line of dialogue for the 178th time in two days. Clearly she had reached her breaking point. She put her head on her desk and it appeared she was breathing more heavily than usual.“Should we do something?
Grades:
5th - 12th, Higher Education
This dialogue anchor chart uses clipart from, Laura Stricklands's website Mycutegraphics.com. The dialogue anchor chart was a fun way to teach the many rules and reminders of adding dialogue to narrative writing. I hung this in the classroom and referenced it everyday. This was especially helpful
For this assessment, you will be able to provide feedback in accordance with the success criteria listed. This rubric was created based upon the Ontario Grade 2 Point of View writing expectations. This can also be used with Ontario Grade 3 expectations. Recommended writing assignment rubric: 1) St
A fun writing activity to practice modal verbs (can, must, have to) amd imperative.You can use it for writing and speaking. Writing page included.Students can work individually or in pairs/groups. If it's a writing activity print a page for each student/group. There are 16 different situations/place
Grades:
3rd - 6th
The page is meant to review dialogue rules with students by having them fill in the blanks. Then students apply the rules to the examples. I have my students keep this sheet in their writing folder as a reference when they write during Writing Workshop.
This resource offers an answer to the Sample Paper HSC Advanced English Module C question:Choose a character, persona or speaker from ONE prescribed text that you have studied in Module C. Express the thought processes of this character, persona or speaker by exploring a moment of tension in the tex
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11th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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This rules of writing poster bundle is great for homeschooling, classroom learning centers, early elementary teaching, middle and high school math, and a great go-to resource for teachers and students alike.
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Not Grade Specific
If your students find themselves overwhelmed when ask to complete a writing project, then this is the resource for you! Write Your Own Story Task Cards will guide students through the writing process following the rules in the book "The Plot Chickens" by Mary Jane and Herm Auch. Task cards may be
Grades:
2nd - 5th
Students will practice writing as a single power, using the power of a power exponent rule with these 14 multiple choice questions. Includes positive and negative numbers. Suitable for 7 to 10th grade distance learning. PRODUCT INCLUDES:14 multiple choice questionsBoth positive and negative numbersN
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7th - 10th
This is a complete writing unit to accompany study of Charles Dickens's Great Expectations, including a 1-page overview of the writing task, including a prompt regarding analysis of the book's realism, an explanation of the dialectical quotation journal, and a reading schedule for the 5-week plan; a
In this writing assignment based on Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens, students are to pretend to be Pip at the end of the novel, when he regrets being apart from Joe and Biddy. Students are asked to write a letter of apology to Joe, explaining what Pip has learned, and apologizing for his trea
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9th - 12th
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Help your students understand the effects different types of governments can have on citizens in a fun way. They become leaders of a country & write imaginative stories describing their ruling style. This writing assignment showcases their creativity! A digital, interactive version & printab
A fun, inspirational poster to help kids with their writing, some fun and constructive 'rules' to guide students through how to improve and enjoy writing.
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3rd - 6th
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This activity helps your students understand the effects different types of governments can have on citizens in a fun way. They become the leaders of a country & write imaginative stories describing their ruling style. This writing assignment worksheet showcases their creativity! A rubric is inc
This is a great activity to have your students writing on the first day after learning about the rules. It includes a directed drawing of David as well as a couple different writing options. This would go great with No, David! or David goes to School by David Shannon.
Grades:
K - 2nd
All of the most common writing rules in one place! Complete with nice design, a little humor, and an assignment at the end that allows students to apply the rules to their own writing. Each rule comes with an example (most examples require fixing, allowing for class participation). All of the exampl
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
hey guys! so this document is a project of mine for a few weeks now and i am so excited to put it here :) its over than 35 slides of basic rules of writing explained for students! what I did is put them in a duo tang for each student and will add resources to it as the year goes by :) Just so you
A simple color poster or handout to be used at the secondary level.
Grades:
7th - 12th
24 separate punctuation and grammar rules that can be used weekly as an introduction, reinforcement, or review. Each rule has a parody song, explanation of the rule, examples, practice, writing their own, and a short quiz.
An infographic with tips and tricks to help your students write their best work. I used this with my freshmen, and it was absolutely amazing. I also use this with my SAT prep students at the tutoring company I work for. This presents the information in a formulaic format which makes writing any essa
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education

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*Digitally Coverts to Google Classroom1.Students choose a character and write a first person account as them from the story
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This activity should be used before reading Lord of the Flies. Students, individually, write their own "rules" before coming together in small groups and then finish as a class. This document includes follow up questions that you can use in a discussion or have the students answer individually.

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