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Writing Hooks Leads! ~ 6 Hook Posters and Student Writing Folder Resource!
Teach your kiddos about writing hooks to begin their writing! Here you have 6 different hook posters for the classroom. Each poster includes a hook and several samples of each to help your kids with ideas to start. I made them in 11x14” format in case you wanted to get them printed at a shop. Th
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Writing Hooks & Leads for Argument: Digital Google Slides: Google Classroom
Hooks and Leads Digital WORKSHOP!This HOOK workshop guides students through the process of writing a hook. Great for self-pacing because students can work right on the SLIDES. Also great for class lesson because slides can be projected onto the board. NO PLANNING! NO PREPPING! NO PRINTING!Included
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Foldable: Types of Narrative Writing Hooks / Leads
This foldable can be glued into a WRITING Interactive Notebook when teaching leads or hooks: the beginning of a narrative piece that is supposed to hook the reader into reading your entire story. There are four foldable sections for different types of leads: -Action Lead -Dialogue Lead -Onomatopoei
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Writing Leads & Writing Hooks for Introduction Paragraph
Writing Leads and Learning How to HOOK Readers is extremely important! These are great examples to help your students strengthen their leads in Expository or Narrative Writing! You will LOVE the Anchor Charts and Student Examples for their notebooks! YOUR students will BECOME experts at hooking thei
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Writing Hooks Charts
Do your students have a hard time beginning their writing? Do they start every piece of writing the same exact way? This product includes 20 popular writing leads that student's can use to enhance the beginnings of their writing! Each chart states the name of the "hook" and gives examples to help st

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Writing Strong Leads, Introductions, and Hooks Lesson
This is a fantastic hand-drawn packet that will inform your students how to create a strong hook (lead) that will catch their reader's attention. The artwork is sure to keep your students motivated and on task due to the powerful visuals and information. ___________________________________________
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Six Traits of Writing- Catchy Leads Powerpoint
This Powerpoint teaches students how to "hook" the reader by writing catchy leads. It teaches about the following types of interesting leads: Question Riddle Announcement Bold and Challenging Statement Definition Opinion Quotation Personal Experience Each type of lead (listed above) is accompanie
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Narrative Writing Hooks with Practice
Narrative Writing Hooks and Writing Practice. Examples of various types of writing hooks from literature. Students will learn about hooks that writer's use to engage the reader, grab their attention, lead them into a story and then apply what they have learned by using an attention grabbing hook in
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Hook Your Reader: Learning to Write Powerful Leads in Elementary
Hook your reader with a powerful lead. How will students learn how to write a lead that makes the reader want more? The first step is to read many, many leads and examine the purpose of that sentence and how it makes them feel. Reading leads written by the experts is an excellent place to start. A
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Writing 'Hooks' - good story starters
This powerpoint teaches several strategies for 'hooking' the reader when writing: using questions, quotes, catchy phrases, tongue twisters, and using a lead in sentence. It contains 18 slides.
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Narrative Writing: Hooks (PowerPoint)
These lessons are a series of fun, step-by step, kid loving PowerPoint writing lessons, which teach students to write a personal narrative while teaching writing vocabulary. The lessons are easy for kids to understand and build a foundation with each lesson. The lessons give students the opportuni
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Hooks, Leads, & Grabbers - How to write a great introduction
This anchor chart gives all the different types of hooks, leads, and grabbers that you can use in a writing piece. B using these tips, you will be able to "grab" the reader's attention, "hook" their interest, and "lead" into an amazing piece of writing. This is a way to give an alternative to "start
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Writers Workshop- Drafting a HOOK, LEAD, or ATTENTION GRABBER for an essay
This all inclusive lesson/powerpoint presentation prepares writers to draft a strong hook for an essay. Bonus "do now" activity included (revising/editing)! Once students have decided on a topic, they can learn about the five types of hooks: 1. Interesting Fact 2. Scene/Story 3. Quotation/Dialogue
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Writing Great Leads Powerpoint
Give your students more choices when writing great leads. This PowerPoint is a multiple day lesson on how to write six different types of leads or hooks. Students will be engaged from the beginning with examples from several popular books. Each lead type will be taught with a description and sp
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Write a Great Hook (Lead) Craftivity
This fun craftivity gives kids a creative, hands on way to learn about writing great hooks/leads for all text types. As students make a fishing pole, they "hook" fish that represent the following hooks: A question, a sound (onomatopoeia), an exclamation, a quote and a vivid description. I have pro
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Hook The Reader How To Write Strong Leads
Interesting leads are a great way for students to grab a reader's attention. Good writers make use of strong leads to add interest to their writing. Students who know how to engage their audience often find it easier to organize their writing and add better details. Get your students hooked on bet
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10 Informational Writing Prompts ~Teach Hooks / Leads, Details, Closing Sentence
One of the important kinds of writing you will teach your kiddos during the year is informative writing which is often done through reading and responding to what they’ve learned. Here are *10* structured writing prompts to assist your writers. They are great scaffolds to reinforce hooks/leads,
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Hooks: Writing Strong Leads
I used this lesson to teach my 3rd graders how to write a Hook (Strong Lead) for their Personal Narratives. We focused on this lesson once my students had already selected a Small Moment to write about. I introduced each hook strategy, showed an example, then had my students complete the worksheet
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Teaching Narrative Writing Using Hooks and Leads in Mentor Texts
This narrative writing lesson offers several activities to build and develop student writing. It will allow students to open their writing with a bang and grab the attention of their audience! Students will become authors who use strong leads and hooks to grab their readers' attention. It will also
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Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
If the writers in your class/classes consistently begin their stories with "One day..." then you are probably planning a lesson on how to write a strong lead, or how to hook readers. This lesson will: *Ask students to compare two sentences (one strong, one weak) and explain which they prefer and wh
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Writing Hooks
Students may use this to develop a great opening hook/lead for their writing. They will practice writing four different hooks/leads for their writing in order to determine which one fits best with their story or essay: question lead, talking lead, snapshot lead, and flashback lead.
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Imaginative Story Writing -- The Hook
This two-page sheet is great for whole-class instruction to guide students through understanding the narrative lead. It shows a variety of examples of what not to do and how to make it better. Students will reflect on what makes the good examples effective story starters. You can get this and four
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Persuasive Writing. Types of Leads/ Hooks
This PPT is used to explain to students the different types of leads or hooks that they can use in their persuasive writing in order to grab their readers attention. It provides explanations and examples for each type of lead and is visually appealing and aimed at middle school students.
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Types of Hooks - Leads: Hollywood Theme
Are you tired of reading the same old boring starts to the stories your students write? Try experimenting with different leads!!! The set includes 6 leads that will help get the creative juices going when it comes to writing. 1. Talking Lead 2. Question Lead 3. Figurative Language Lead 4. Sound Eff
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