Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos

Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos
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Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos
Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos
Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos
Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos
Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos
Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos
Instructional Writing Mini-Lesson Videos
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    • Bundle Description
    • StandardsNEW

    There are 80+ mini lesson videos designed to take you through the writing process for sentences structure, paragraph writing, and essay writing. The videos were created to go along with Step-by-Step Writing resource for Grades 3-5. However, you can use them with any writing curriculum that follows the writing process. Most of the videos are less than 5 minutes. They are easy to pop on and let me do the teaching!

    How do you use the videos?

    • writing center
    • absent student
    • homeschool student
    • substitute
    • educator

    What is included in each video?

    Some or all of the following are included in each video depending on the lesson. WATCH THE PREVIEW FOR 2 MINUTES OF A SAMPLE LESSON!

    • the mini lesson information
    • practice
    • model the same prompt throughout the lessons (in essay writing)
    • encouragement to apply the lesson to students' own writing
    • rock music at the end- Go rock your writing!

    Do you want to see how the lessons are presented?

    Check out this FREE COMPLETE SENTENCES VIDEO!

    How do you access the videos?

    Once you purchase here,

    1. To make it easy for you, DO NOT follow all the individual directions in each of the video files.

    2. Instead, download the PDF here in the bonus file.

    3. On the PDF, there is a link to a portal of all the videos and a code.

    4. You will need to click on the link, create an account, then put in the code.

    5. Once you do this, you can play directly from there or download each video.

    Sentence Structure Videos

    SS1- Complete Sentences

    SS2- Fragments

    SS3- Run-On Sentences

    Paragraph Writing Videos

    P1- Topic Sentences and Indents

    P2- Relevant Details

    P3- Closing Sentences

    P4- Transition Words

    Narrative Writing Videos

    N1- Narrative Elements

    N2- Prewriting

    N3- Task, Purpose, Audience

    N4- Graphic Organizer

    N5- Crafting a Plot- Suspense, Climax

    N6- Introduction

    N7- Body

    N8- Character Traits

    N9- Dialogue

    N10- Conclusion

    N11- Rough Draft

    N12- DARE to Revise

    N13- DARE- D- Delete

    N14- DARE- A- Add details and transition words

    N15- DARE- R- Rearrange

    N16- DARE- E- Exchange- Rocking Beginnings

    N17- DARE- E- Exchange- Million Dollar Words (Word Choice)

    N18- DARE- E- Exchange- Sentence Variety

    N19- DARE- E- Exchange- Jammin' Conclusion

    N20- Craft a Title

    N21- CUPS- Capitalization

    N22- CUPS- Usage

    N23- CUPS- Punctuation

    N24- CUPS- Spelling

    N25- Peer Reflection

    N26- Final Copy

    Opinion Writing Videos

    O1- Opinion Elements

    O2- Prewriting

    O3- Task, Purpose, Audience

    O4- Graphic Organizer

    O5- Introduction

    O6- Notetaking

    O7- Body

    O8- Conclusion

    O9- Rough Draft

    O10- DARE to Revise

    O11- DARE- D- Delete

    O12- DARE- A- Add details and transition words

    O13- DARE- R- Rearrange

    O14- DARE- E- Exchange- Rocking Beginnings

    O15- DARE- E- Exchange- Key Words and Phrases (Word Choice)

    O16- DARE- E- Exchange- Sentence Variety

    O17- DARE- E- Exchange- Jammin' Conclusion

    O18- Craft a Title

    O19- CUPS- Capitalization

    O20- CUPS- Usage

    O21- CUPS- Punctuation

    O22- CUPS- Spelling

    O23- Peer Reflection

    O24- Final Copy

    Informative Writing Videos

    I1- Informative Elements

    I2- Prewriting

    I3- Task, Purpose, Audience

    I4- Graphic Organizer

    I5- Organization and Structures

    I6- Introduction

    I7- Notetaking

    I8- Body

    I9- Conclusion

    I10- Rough Draft

    I11- DARE to Revise

    I12- DARE- D- Delete

    I13- DARE- A- Add details and transition words

    I14- DARE- R- Rearrange

    I15- DARE- E- Exchange- Rocking Beginnings

    I16- DARE- E- Exchange- Key Words and Phrases (Word Choice)

    I17- DARE- E- Exchange- Sentence Variety

    I18- DARE- E- Exchange- Jammin' Conclusion

    I19- Craft a Title

    I20- CUPS- Capitalization

    I21- CUPS- Usage

    I22- CUPS- Punctuation

    I23- CUPS- Spelling

    I24- Peer Reflection

    125- Heading, Graphics, Labels, Captions

    I26- Final Copy

    I27- Table of Contents, Glossary, Sources

    The best way to use this resource:

    Since this is set up like the step-by-step writing programs and professional development, it works best if you follow the videos in order. In the essay writing units, the lessons build upon each other. It follows through the writing process with one prompt.

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    WRITING VIDEOS

    SENTENCE STRUCTURE VIDEOS

    PARAGRAPH WRITING VIDEOS

    NARRATIVE WRITING VIDEOS

    OPINION WRITING VIDEOS

    INFORMATIVE WRITING VIDEOS

    STEP-BY-STEP WRITING WORKSHOP PROGRAM FOR THE YEAR

    INTERACTIVE WRITING NOTEBOOK FOR 1ST GRADE

    INTERACTIVE WRITING NOTEBOOK FOR 2ND GRADE

    INTERACTIVE WRITING NOTEBOOK FOR 3RD GRADE

    INTERACTIVE WRITING NOTEBOOK FOR 4TH GRADE

    INTERACTIVE WRITING NOTEBOOK FOR 5TH GRADE

    INTERACTIVE WRITING NOTEBOOK FOR GRADES 3-5

    INTERACTIVE WRITING NOTEBOOK FOR 6TH GRADE

    INTERACTIVE WRITING NOTEBOOK FOR GRADES 6-8

    Log in to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Provide a conclusion that follows from the narrated experiences or events.
    Use concrete words and phrases and sensory details to convey experiences and events precisely.
    Use a variety of transitional words and phrases to manage the sequence of events.
    Use dialogue and description to develop experiences and events or show the responses of characters to situations.
    Orient the reader by establishing a situation and introducing a narrator and/or characters; organize an event sequence that unfolds naturally.
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    Teaching Duration
    1 Year
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