This digital learning letter writing set is the perfect get to know your students activity pack for back to school. Included are 30 letter templates and ideas to get teens thinking and writing.
In this resource you will download a 30 page Google Drive document that you can use in classroom. It is also compatible with OneDrive. If you do not use technology in the classroom then see the link to the print version at the end of the description.
30 extraordinary get to know you letters: these letters can be used for classwork, bell ringers or as homework. Each letter template includes a topic and instructions that challenges students to write letters to you that are engaging and meaningful.
Some of the 30 topics included are: equality, coffee dates, the perfect road trip, school rules, the future of humanity, whether animals have feelings, and the power of teens.
Ideal for high school and upper middle school students
• Teacher instructions
• Photographs of student examples
• Letter writing overview – the art of letter writing
• Letter writing rubric
• Day 1 letter: Letter to my future self
• 30 letter templates – ready to go
• 3 choice boards – with the letter prompts if you need save on printing
What is a Digital Learning resource?
With so many advances in technology in recent years, it is no surprise that teachers are now looking for digital learning resources that can be used with computers and tablets. Literature Daydreams digital learning
answers this need. These resources transform traditional classroom tasks and worksheets into digital resources that can be accessed and edited by students in your classroom.
# No prep needed
# No printing, copying, cutting or gluing.
# Time saving for teachers
# More time for learning.
# Students work directly with the file at their own pace.
# Working environment replicates real-world work.
# Develops computer literacy.
# Student writing is improved by the spelling and grammar prompts – students can see their errors rather than wait for marking.
# A robust, not gimmicky, way to bring technology into your classroom.
Students simply complete the work on whatever devices you use in school, then students can email them to you or upload them onto your shared portal, Google Classroom or OneDrive.
The paper based version of this resource can be found here
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