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What Form of Writing Should I Use ?
This Literacy skill can be a bit....well...tedious and, for some of your students -BORING!!!
Using Conversation, oral Story-Telling, Debates & Show-Me-How directions can lead to Written Expressions for all of the above AND Meet Primary Level's Writing Expectations!
Meeting Primary Level's Writing Expectations : A Practice Toolkit for the 4 Forms of Written Expressions is an easy-to-use guide full of information, ideas, tips & suggestions for encouraging your young authors to use those developing fine motor skills and write the next Great Novel, Presidential Speech and/or Debate as well as How-To Colonize Mars.
Addressing the 4 specific writing forms: the Informative, Narrative, Opinion ,and How-To Written Expressions your students are expected to use, this Toolkit will guide you, your students, and, maybe your helpful parents How-To successfully meet those writing objectives.
Included in this toolkit are:
I enjoy writing-just visit my Literacy website-but some people, young and old, would rather watch paint dry....Hmmmm Sounds like an Opinion piece or maybe a How-To...
This Toolkit can help.
Let me hear how those Writing objectives are gliding by.
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