Help your struggling writers!
Why should you purchase this workshop?
• no prep
• builds struggling writers' confidence
• great first place to start teaching writing
• great supplement for an established writing unit
• has instructions for how to run the unit and the notes for it
When I started teaching Language Arts, I was at a loss for how to teach my students to write. What made it even harder was that I was a good writer - I just didn't know HOW I got to BE a good writer.
This 23-page, step-by-step, three-week workshop will help your secondary students be better essay writers. It will improve their organization, time management, support, transitions, and focus. This is particularly useful for struggling writers who feel overwhelmed when asked to write an essay.
It is NOT
intended for accomplished writers looking to improve on higher-level writing skills such as voice, analysis, etc.
★Included is a list of transition words and phrases and a variety of expository and persuasive essay prompts.
This workshop is aligned with the Common Core Standards (ELA). Specifics included in the free preview file.
This is a 23-page .pdf file and requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view.
If you have questions about this product, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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