Procedural Writing | How to Prompts with Digital

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    Description

    Are you looking for procedural writing activities to use in the classroom or during times of distance learning through Google Classroom™?

    Help your students master the skill of writing a how-to procedural writing piece to teach others how to do a variety of things that the students are experts at.

    This procedural writing project includes everything you need to introduce, review, and enjoy procedural how-to writing: anchor charts, modeled writing, guiding questions, graphic organizers, rubric, and much more!

    Anchor charts and modeled writing are also included in a PowerPoint presentation so that you can use them to guide your instruction. Bulletin board letters and student writing and illustration pages are included to help you display your students' work on bulletin boards easily!

    Take a moment to view the preview for a closer look at all this product has to offer!

    Please note: This set is being updated to include digital options, scroll below to see which sets have Google Slides™ versions.

    CONTENTS of each Procedural Writing Pack:

    ✓Anchor Charts (paper and PowerPoint version included)

    • What is Procedural/How To Writing?
    • What are Procedural/How To Key Words?
    • What are Sequential Key Words?
    • What are Other Helpful Words?
    • Procedural/How To Writing Organization
    • Who is Your Audience?
    • What Are Procedural/How To Writing Tips?

    ✓Modeled Procedural/How To Writing Essay and Discussion Questions (Each pack has a different modeled writing piece for students to annotate or for you to use during your lesson.)

    ✓Student Project Task Directions

    ✓Brainstorming and Planning Graphic Organizers

    ✓Sketching Page

    ✓Prompt Page (varies per unit)

    ✓Student Editing and Revising Checklist

    ✓Additional Resources for Open-Ended seasonal or topic activities

    ✓Teacher Rubric

    ✓Bulletin Board Letters & Final Copy Paper Options

    ✓Teacher Suggestions

    This set contains the following products:

    1. How to Carve a Pumpkin (generic fall option included) INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION
    2. How to Make a Thanksgiving Dish (and any recipe) INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION
    3. How to Wrap a Present (generic holiday option included) INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION
    4. How to Make Hot Cocoa (and any winter activity) INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION
    5. How to Brush Your Teeth (and any chore option)
    6. How to Catch a Leprechaun (and any spring activity option)
    7. How to Plant a Garden (and how to play a sport option) INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION
    8. How to be a Third Grader with templates for grades 2-5 (and other school procedure options) INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION
    9. How to Build a Sandcastle (and any summer activity option) INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION
    10. How to Stay Healthy and How to be a Good Friend INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION
    11. How to Have a Fire Drill and How to Pack a Lunch INCLUDES DIGITAL OPTION

    Please see the preview of each pack to see all this bundle has to offer!

    Recent Feedback on Products found in this Bundle

    "Writing can be challenging to teach, but this resource is both engaging for the students and well-organized. It will keep them on track to write a complete procedural how-to piece. I love that it includes guiding questions, and extra planning pages that address sequence and action words. The sketch it out page will be very helpful for reluctant writers and EL students."

    "I just love everything you create. My students are challenged and engaged. They loved "How to carve a pumpkin." Thank you!"

    "This has everything needed to teach procedural writing. My students will love this during October. I also appreciate that students can choose to write about any fall activity if they don't want to write about carving a pumpkin. Thank you!"

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    Total Pages
    40+ EACH SET + powerpoint
    Answer Key
    Rubric only
    Teaching Duration
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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Provide a concluding statement or section related to the information or explanation presented.
    Use precise language and domain-specific vocabulary to inform about or explain the topic.
    Link ideas within categories of information using words and phrases (e.g., another, for example, also, because).
    Develop the topic with facts, definitions, concrete details, quotations, or other information and examples related to the topic.
    Introduce a topic clearly and group related information in paragraphs and sections; include formatting (e.g., headings), illustrations, and multimedia when useful to aiding comprehension.

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