Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations

Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations
Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations
Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations
Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations
Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations
Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations
Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations
Northeast Region Informational Writing Based on High-Stakes Testing Expectations
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{Northeast Region, Informational Writing, Regions, Social Studies, Science, Writing, Test Prep}

I am so excited to share my Northeast Region Informational Writing piece that is surely going to help your students preform well on the high-stakes testing expectations we are all facing.

This product is a great way to cover Social Studies, Science, Reading, and Writing all in one. It is the definition of cross-curriculum teaching and will definitely hold your students interest as they read a website article, magazine article, and fictional story (written by me) all based on culture, climate, and landmarks in the Northeast Region.

These 21 pages include everything a teacher needs to get his/her students writing. Not comfortable with writing standards? There is a page that can be blown up for an anchor chart or even shrunk for a student notebook. A student check list, a graphic organizer to use as a plan, note pages, writing paper, three multi-page articles, and much more all come together to help you connect the content areas.


I'm not going to lie, at first, you will probably hear, why am I doing this in here? This is Science, aren't we in Reading class? But when you notice student knowledge being carried over into the content areas, you will feel like a million bucks! :)

When assessing, I would highly recommend that you use the informal writing rubric from your state testing consortium. It will prepare students for state expectations and allow you to measure progress throughout the year. Rubrics can be found on state education websites.

More writing projects will be created based on different genres of writing and different topics.
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