A great way for your students to visually map out their expository essay. A list of vivid verbs, examples of hooks and transition words are also included to aid students as they write their rough draft.
This worksheet introduces internal and external conflict first with an explanation, then with examples. Next, students are asked to concoct their own examples. On the back, students must choose both an internal and external conflict from their life
Here is a great way for your students to visually map out his/her narrative essay. Includes mapping out the beginning, middle, end. Also includes areas to brainstorm conflict and resolution. Sensory details, setting, and more.
Here is a quick ticket-out-the-door idea or a way for your students to summarize the 5W's after reading an informational text. I use this on current event Fridays with my 6th grade students. Four to each page. Sometimes my students will sketch the
Looking for a good way to help your kiddos organize their thoughts and sequence their stories? Want them to add vivd verbs and sprinkle in transitions. Look no further! This flow chart will help your students layout and their ideas and organize