These organizers help kids to visualize the parts of their essay that go together, while still including details like Roman numerals.
This would be helpful for English teachers as well as teachers of other subjects who struggle with getting kids to write organized essays for their classes and aren't sure how to help them.
Many of these are similar, with slight differences depending on the type of writing (noted in the top right corner of the paper).
I have these posted on my Writer's Resources board for students to grab any time. Find all the products in that package (including these) for sale as part of the Writer's Resources Bundle
Other smaller writer's resources and poster sets available:
2 self-edit checklists for students (find these 2 in a convenient bundle here
-general essay writing
-narrative or personal essay writing
9 posters for
-catchy openers and why it matters closers (find these 2 in a convenient bundle here
-character traits and tone vs. mood descriptors (find these 2 in a convenient bundle here
-commonly confused words (find a fun short story test packed here
-ICE-strategy quote integration and in-text citations (find these 2 in a convenient bundle here
**Please note: included for your convenience in this bundle are the basic essay outline
and the short story planning guide
, available for FREE in my store.