Writing Graphic Organizers: Prewriting and Writing Strategies Activities

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These are so helpful for my LD students and I so appreciate the non-childish graphics. It is so nice to have something like this for the older students!!
Clear and explicit but allowing for student choice when trying to teach the most important part of the writing process.

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    These prewriting and writing strategies graphic organizers are perfect for the prewriting and revising stages of the writing process for all types of writing.  Using graphic organizers as supports during writer’s workshop allows your students to become more independent throughout the writing process.  Different options are included for many of the writing strategies and writing types to allow you to switch up your students’ graphic organizers throughout the year or differentiate to meet the needs of all your growing writers.

    These writing organizers were created with students in grades 2-5 in mind, but please be sure to take a close look at the preview to ensure they are appropriate for your students. 

    PREWRITING GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

    70 Writing Graphic Organizers Included:

    • Heart Mapping
    • Brainstorming
    • Generating Writing Prompts
    • Research Notetaking
    • Fact Finder
    • Citing Text Evidence
    • Analyzing Text Evidence
    • Main Idea & Details
    • Informational Writing
    • Narrative Writing
    • Plot Diagram
    • Writing a Retell
    • Opinion Writing
    • O.R.E.O. and O.R.E.R.E.O. Opinion Writing
    • Persuasive Writing
    • How-To Writing (Also “Procedural Writing” option)
    • Compare & Contrast
    • News Article
    • Friendly Letter
    • Formal Letter
    • R.A.C.E. & R.A.C.E.S. Question Response Strategy
    • Hamburger Model Paragraph Writing
    • All About__________
    • Nonfiction Summary
    • Fiction Summary
    • Response to Literature

    WRITING STRATEGIES GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS

    61 Writing Strategies Graphic Organizers:

    • Prepare for Writing (Set a Purpose, Choose a Topic, Choose an Audience)
    • Writing a Hook
    • Narrative Leads for Nonfiction Writing
    • Explode the Moment
    • Small Moments Writing
    • Show, Don’t Tell
    • Show, Don't Tell: Characterization
    • Shades of Showing
    • Using Dialogue
    • Support Facts in Nonfiction
    • Create Sensory Images
    • Use Figurative Language
    • Set the Scene (Use Sensory Images & Figurative Language)
    • Set the Tone
    • Set the Mood
    • Set the Mood & Tone
    • Using Characterization
    • Using Foreshadowing
    • Creating a Flashback
    • Creating an Ending
    • Build Suspense
    • Use Transitions
    • Change the Perspective
    • Use Precise Language
    • Use Precise Verbs
    • Word Choice
    • Shades of Meaning
    • My Revision Notetaking Guide (Review of Strategies Above – 8 Options)
    • My Peer Editing Notetaking Guide
    • My Conference Notetaking Guide
    • My Self Assessment Notetaking Guide

    Is there another writing graphic organizer you would like to see included? Please let me know by e-mailing me at contactraisethebarreading@gmail.com and I will try my best to help you out!

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    Write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.
    Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly.
    Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear event sequences.
    With guidance and support from adults, produce writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task and purpose.
    With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing.

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