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Writing Program Mega Bundle for High School | 35 Lessons | Print and Digital

Grade Levels
9th - 12th, Homeschool
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35 PowerPoints (683 Slides), 35 Lesson Plans, Worksheet 237 pgs, and Google Classroom Ready
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    Full Year Pacing Guide Included!!


    This bundle of 35 Writing Lessons includes EVERYTHING you need to implement rigorous, interactive writing instruction in your classroom. The lessons are designed to help students break the concepts of writing down into easily understandable chunks. Additionally, EVERY lesson comes with NUMEROUS examples and model essays/paragraphs to help students visualize the main ideas of each lesson. Teaching writing has never been easier!


    EVERY lesson comes complete with:

    Lesson Plans for 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Grade with:

    • Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plans
    • Instructional Focus
    • Instructional Procedures
    • Objectives/Goals
    • Direct Instruction
    • Guided Practice
    • Enrichment
    • Differentiation
    • ESE Strategies
    • ELL Strategies
    • I Can Statement
    • Essential Question

    Student Worksheets with:

    • Explanations and examples of the different methods for incorporating the concepts discussed in each lesson.
    • Opportunities for students to practice guided note-taking
    • “NOW IT’S YOUR TURN” section for students to practice skills learned

    PowerPoint Presentations with:

    • Introduction slides with explanations of each concept
    • Guided note-taking sections
    • Examples of concepts being taught
    • Interactive slides for student participation on a SMARTBoard or whiteboard

    Google Classroom Ready



    This Unit focuses on how to ORGANIZE and develop IDEAS for writing an essay. The students will be introduced to the different types of tests (EXPLANATORY, ARGUMENTATIVE, and NARRATIVE). Additionally, the unit touches on how to differentiate between the types essays and thesis statements. Finally, the lesson includes NUMEROUS examples of indicators and questions for each type of essay.

    The lessons in the Introduction to Writing unit include:



    This Unit focuses introducing several different methods of writing INTRODUCTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS. The students will be introduced to how to properly begin and end an essay by using PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, SIGNIFICANT QUOTATION, FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE, INTERESTING QUESTION, RIDDLE, QUOTE, and DEFINITION. Additionally, the unit touches on how these methods address the 6 Traits in Writing. Finally, the unit includes NUMEROUS examples containing the different types of INTRODUCTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS.

    The lessons in the Introductions and Conclusions Unit include:



    This is a terrific resource to prepare students for ANY MULTIPLE CHOICE WRITING TEST PRACTICE. This Unit includes 3 lessons designed to help students: understand the basic structure and organization of an essay, identify and correct punctuation and capitalization errors, support and identify main/supporting/unimportant details, identify tone and voice, incorporate appropriate transitions, and identify and correct verb tense, pronouns, and homophones.

    The lessons in the Multiple Choice for Standardized Tests Unit include:



    This complete bundle of three lessons focuses on using EXAMPLES, QUOTES, and STATISTICS as SUPPORTING EVIDENCE. The students will be introduced to different types of these three methods of including evidence in writing and given specific definitions of each. Additionally, the lessons touch on various methods of introducing each type of supporting evidence (transition mini-lessons) and how the use of each addresses all 6 Traits in Writing. Finally, the lessons include NUMEROUS examples of sample paragraphs containing different types of supporting evidence.

    The lessons in the Supporting Evidence Unit include:



    These lessons focus on incorporating different types of FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE throughout all types of writing. The students will be introduced to examples of FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE to enhance VOICE in writing. Additionally, the lessons touch on why incorporating FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE is a critical part of writing and how the use of FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE addresses VOICE in the 6 Traits in Writing. Finally, the lessons include NUMEROUS examples of the various forms of FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE.

    The lessons in the Incorporating Voice with Figurative Language Unit include:



    These lessons focus on incorporating SENTENCE FLUENCY throughout all types of writing. The students will be introduced to how to properly use and enhance SENTENCE FLUENCY. Additionally, the lessons touch on SENTENCE FLUENCY in the 6 Traits of Writing. Finally, the lessons include NUMEROUS examples containing SENTENCE FLUENCY.

    The lessons in the Sentence Fluency in Writing Unit include:


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    35 PowerPoints (683 Slides), 35 Lesson Plans, Worksheet 237 pgs, and Google Classroom Ready
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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Draw evidence from literary or informational texts to support analysis, reflection, and research.
    Gather relevant information from multiple print and digital sources, assess the credibility and accuracy of each source, and integrate the information while avoiding plagiarism.
    Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
    Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
    Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.


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