This resource is a student "cheat sheet" for writing an introduction paragraph for a text dependent analysis essay. It follows the HIT format: hook the reader, introduce the topic, and write your thesis statement.
This graphic organizer can be used for several different types of writing including, but not limited to, persuasive, expository, and text-dependent analyses. It prompts students to include three different pieces: a hook, an introduction, and a
Let your students know whether they are performing in your classroom with an appropriate behavior. Set up like a traffic light, this simple three step behavior chart will easily let students know who is on green, who is on yellow, and who is on red.
This is a student anchor chart that helps guide students on how to write a concluding paragraph for a text dependent analysis essay or a constructed response essay. I use this resource to help guide my students in writing their final TDA paragraph.
This product can be used a student anchor chart to help guide students in writing student-constructed responses. I use this exact product to help guide my students with writing TDA essays.
This resource follows the RACES formula:
Using the application on www.readwritethink.org, this writing project allows students to research and create a Bio-Cube of a person of their, or your, choice. This product includes directions on how to use the website, as well as, a grading rubric.