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Perfect for review before the writing portion of state tests such as STAAR, TCAP, TNREADY, & PARCC. One of the biggest struggles for my middle school students was in deconstructing the writing prompt; they didn't know how to address the prompt or figure out which type of essay it was asking them
Many state tests require students to read a writing prompt and complete the essay. Successfully passing the test requires both understanding the prompt and having writing skills. If a student lacks the ability to deconstruct the writing prompt, he/she will not have the opportunity to demonstrate a
Deconstructing a Writing Prompt: Do/What Strategy This PPT teaches the Do/What strategy that aids students in deconstructing writing prompts. This is excellent for preparing students for standardized writing tests.
This simple and quick powerpoint will teach students how to deconstruct a writing prompt. Use this with students to show how to set up the writing prompt to maximize points for writing assessments. Meets needs of FSA writing and aligns to Florida Standards
Deconstructing a Writing Prompt: Do/What Strategy Fill in the Blanks Handout This handout coincides with the PPT pertaining to the Do/What strategy that aids students in deconstructing writing prompts. This is excellent for preparing students for standardized writing tests.
This is an easy-to-follow PowerPoint lesson on writing clear learning goals by deconstructing them for your students. It also guides your students in a step-by-step process of writing student-friendly learning scales for your learning goal. It uses Marzano's Element 1: What do I do to provide clear
Help your students deconstruct writing prompts from the SAT and the ACT. This worksheet gives directions, steps, and practice SAT/ACT examples for students to practice deconstructing using the steps and instructions provided. Perfect for an AVID distance learning assignment to help students prepare
Part of understanding "showing writing" is recognizing what showing writing is NOT. This Power Point starts with a model passage that gives the students a relevant example of showing writing. In this exercise, students will work with a partner to deconstruct a contemporary reading passage by first
By analyzing form, audience, task, and purpose of an essay or composition (and what each of these aspects mean), writers will gain a deeper understanding of the task at hand. Know their task is half the battle, and testing language can be very "fancy." Work with them to break it down using this form
I use this adaptation of an actual student essay to achieve several goals: 1) to reinforce the differences between the Puritans and the Rationalists, 2) to illustrate how to organize and write an effective essay, 3) to recognize and deconstruct the Assertion, Evidence, Commentary structure of body
Deconstruct the CCSS and create a Direct Instruction Lesson! I was fortunate enough to be a guest on Education to the Core's blog! For this post, I wrote about how I deconstruct the Common Core State Standards and how to use these deconstructed standards in a direct instruction lesson. Check out
Teaches students the steps to deconstructing the writing prompt in response to reading.
Build students' understanding of writing prompts for tests and essay assignments by teaching them to break down the prompt into task words and content words. This lesson includes a list of task words that are common in the prompts generated for Minnesota writing tests. The content words are similar
This is an anchor chart to help students deconstruct literary, informational, descriptive, or expository prompts connected to text.
This simple graphic organizer will aid your students in determining what a writing prompt is asking of them. The Prompt, Task, Audience, Background fields will keep their focus clear and the essay addressing the task given and not delving into various directions. Perfect for test prep.
Worksheet to assist students writing an analytical essay, outlines parts of an introduction, body paragraphs and conclusion
Nominalization is the transformation of a verb into a noun and it commonly found in academic writing, making it more difficult to understand. This guide explains how to better understand nominalization and its use in academic writing.
Help your high school and advanced middle school students win their written arguments with these easy-to-follow essay writing materials. This bundle of interactive, step-by-step materials inspires even my most reluctant students to put pen to paper. Activities/handouts featuring modern design elemen
The SAT Essay requires students to closely examine an argument essay, noting the effectiveness of an author’s use of specific rhetorical devices. In this overview lecture and three full-hour lessons with optional extension writing activities, students will learn about the SAT Essay requirements, rea
Need an activity to MOTIVATE reluctant writers that can be used DIGITALLY OR Print & GO? This No Prep, High-Interest Argumentative Writing Middle School Unit has a Common Core-aligned color-coded mentor text, graphic organizer, activities, template, transitional word tips, & more. Middle sch
Kids love reading and writing two-sentence horror stories! But it's not all about fun. Micro-fiction requires writing that is concise. Students actually WANT to revise until their story is perfect. (How often does THAT happen?)This lesson encourages creativity and helps students form a new understan
This bundle is included in the mega writing bundle: OPINION-NARRATIVE-BIOGRAPHY-INFORMATIONAL WRITING BUNDLE*********************************************************************The individual cost of the 8 writing units (713 pages; 40 hunt cards) available in this mega bundle amounts to $50.50, and
With this worksheet, students will learn about the history and purpose of the Preamble of the Constitution of the United States of America. They will also learn to engage with the language of primary documents. For this activity, the Preamble is broken down into manageable sections. Students will b
This kit has it all everything you will need for your Personal Recount unit. Have your students writing about personal experiences, while self and peer assessing, using checklist and creating goals to improve their work. Included in this set: - a variety of writing templates (large picture/few lin

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