Do your students’ stories sound like this?
I like my dog. We went to the zoo. I had fun at my friend’s party. The End
Many teachers are good writers themselves, but they struggle when it comes to teaching their young students how to write. First and second graders are frequently overwhelmed when they’re given a prompt and simply told to write. Too often, students begin to dread writing because they don’t understand what their teacher means when she says their story doesn’t stay on topic. In their young minds, it makes perfect sense. Beginning writers need concrete guidelines and instructions to start them on the path to becoming accomplished authors.
Your purchase includes the following items:
• Introductory Level (first draft and rough draft)
• Beginning Level (first draft and rough draft)
• Intermediate Level (first draft and rough draft)
• Advanced Level (first draft and rough draft)
• Publishing Forms (3 full pages and 3 half pages with picture space)
•Examples for multiple types of writing including…
o personal narratives
o informational writing (how-to, biographies, and non-fiction)
o reading response and/or literary analysis
o short stories
o letter writing
o persuasive writing
If you want to transform your students’ writing from “drab to fab”, then “Write”apalooza is right for you!
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