How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop

How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop
How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop
How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop
How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop
How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop
How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop
How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop
How to Writing Unit for Writer's Workshop
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This procedural writing unit is perfect for the primary grades! It includes plenty of how to writing paper, prompts, activities, anchor charts and more!

Take your students through the writer's workshop process of brainstorming, writing, editing/revising and publishing their very own how-to booklets!

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In this unit:

- How I use this unit in my classroom

- What is how to writing? Anchor chart

- Brainstorm: What can we teach others to do? Anchor chart and brainstorming sheets

- Many paper options for differentiation

- Start writing in small steps: students zoom in on small things to teach one another

- How to essays need transition words: anchor charts and printable practice pages

- Illustrations and labels add more details

- Stretch it out and add more to your writing

- Editing & Revising Sheets

- Publishing our how-to essays - publishing paper

- Rubric for grading

- 5 different how-to prompts for more practice

Enjoy!

Susan Jones

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Write informative/explanatory texts in which they name a topic, supply some facts about the topic, and provide some sense of closure.
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42 pages
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