Descriptive Writing uses effective language. This writing package (Section Three) deals with sentence beginnings. This scaffold approach to Writing helps students avoid redundant sentence openers and adds variety to their written work. Its focus is on the different ways good writers vary their sentence beginnings.
This package (section) has a comprehensive teacher guide, guided student exercises, fun and engaging activities, checklists and practice exercises (perfect for the diversity of learners in your classroom). Your students will have a clear understanding of how to become more effective writers. All activities are aligned to the Common Core Standards. No Prep is required.
This writing package is part of a larger bundled program entitled ‘Descriptive Writing – a program to teach descriptive writing’ which may be purchased at a significant discount. Go to:
Descriptive Writing - a program to teach descriptive writing
Or, you may purchase each section separately.
Descriptive Writing - powerful word choice
Descriptive Writing - adding detail with phrases and clauses
Descriptive Writing - figurative language