These bright writing anchor charts make a great writing bulletin board tied closely to the CCSS. The entire set covers topics like strong leads, capitalization, show don't tell, fact vs. opinion, transitions for each narrative, opinion and informational writing, editing vs. revising, using a thesaurus and much more! Each writing anchor chart comes in full size and interactive notebook size. Also included are two different sizes of printable banners for your new bulletin board set!
This freebie includes the anchor charts and interactive notebooks sizes of the Stretch a Sentence and the Show Don't Tell anchor charts!
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My students ADORE this bulletin board. And it saves me precious time during writing instruction since they can independently check their work!
Here is a list of each anchor chart included!
➞What Gets A Capital
➞Show Don’t Tell
➞Fact Vs. Opinion
➞Writing Partners Expectations
➞Writing Workshop Expectations
➞Organizing Narrative Writing
➞Transitions For Narrative Writing
➞Organizing Opinion Writing
➞Transitions For Opinion Writing
➞Organizing Informational Writing
➞Transitions For Informational Writing
➞Stretch A Sentence
➞When To Change Paragraphs
➞Using A Thesaurus
➞ There are also 3 black line graphic organizers for narrative, opinion and informational writing that match the large anchor charts. I try to be as consistent with language and processes as I can to avoid confusion! Writing is already confusing enough for even high students.
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