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Here are all the paper choices your students would need to complete a non-fiction booklet (informational /expository writing). Follow the instruction and choose the appropriate papers by writing levels for your students. Full
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Here are all the paper choices your students would need to complete a non-fiction booklet (informational /expository writing). Follow the instruction and choose the appropriate papers by writing levels for your students. Full
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We can teach about the world! Students learn to write their own science or social studies topic based non-fiction chapter books to teach others. They will learn to use non-fiction features such as bold words and diagrams to elaborate their writing.
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We are poets! In this unit students will learn how to write different poems and how to convey thoughts, ideas, feelings, and even images. They’ll learn to use crafts such as repetition and rhythm. These charts are aligned to the National Common Core
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This is your ULTIMATE writing resource for launching writing workshop. The name of the unit is “We are Story Tellers” with students writing stories from their lives. It is inspired by Lucy Calkin's small moments writing. This unit will help
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Here is the exemplar for second grade small moment or personal narrative writing workshop. (Also suitable for writing units like Authors as Mentors, I Am an Author, or Lessons from Masters Improving Narrative Writing.) Use the exemplar to show
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We write for other people to read and enjoy. Make sure others can read and understand our work by using an editing checklist. Have students edit their own writing before swapping with their partners to peer edit. Second Graders check off: You can
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Here is the exemplar for first grade small moments or personal narrative writing workshop. (Also suitable for writing units like Authors as Mentors, I Am an Author, or Lessons from Masters Improving Narrative Writing.) Use the exemplar to show
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We can teach about the world! Students learn to write their own science or social studies topic based non-fiction chapter books to teach others. They will learn to use non-fiction features such as bold words and diagrams to elaborate their writing.
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Here are all the paper choices your students would need to complete a poem. Follow the instruction and choose the appropriate papers by writing levels for your students. Full Content: Instruction 4 Cover Sheets (Pre-assessment, post-assessment,
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We write for other people to read and enjoy. Make sure others can read and understand our work by using an editing checklist. Have students edit their own writing before swapping with their writing partners to peer edit. First graders check
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We are Story Tellers! This is the first unit in a series of monthly units that will introduce writers’ workshop to your students. In this unit students will learn how to write stories from their lives. It is inspired by Lucy Calkin's small moments
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Here is the exemplar for kindergarten persuasive essay writing workshop. Use the exemplar to show students (whole class or small group) clear writing expectations and use it to model each craft/examples with your mini-lesson. A must for ELL
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Here is the exemplar for second grade non-fiction writing workshop. Use the exemplar to show students clear writing expectations and use it to model each craft/examples with your mini-lesson. The exemplar is aligned with the Common Core State
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We can teach about the world! Students learn to write their own science or social studies topic based non-fiction/informational chapter books to teach others. They will learn to use non-fiction features such as bold words and diagrams to elaborate
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Here are all the paper choices your students would need to complete a persuasive essay (opinion writing). Follow the instruction and choose the appropriate papers by writing levels for your students. Full Content: Instruction 6 Cover Sheets
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Here are all the paper choices your students would need to complete a how-to or procedural booklet. Follow the instruction and choose the appropriate papers by writing levels for your students. Full Content: Instruction 4 Cover Sheets
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Here are all the paper choices your students would need to complete a persuasive essay (opinion writing). Follow the instruction and choose the appropriate papers by writing levels for your students. Full Content: Instruction 6 Cover Sheets
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We can change minds with words! In this unit, students will learn how to write essays to change their audience’s mind. They will learn to state the purpose or opinion, give smart reasons and offer solutions and a conclusion. These charts are aligned
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Here are all the paper choices your students would need to complete a narrative story (small moments or personal narrative). Follow the instruction and choose the appropriate papers to make booklets by writing levels for your students. Full
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching Charts was created by Rosemarie Young and Jane Hsu, former New York City District 2 public school teachers with a combined twenty plus years of experience childhood education and special education. Teaching Charts offers affordable instantly downloadable literacy resources created by teachers for teachers and parents of grades K-2 students. Units of study include daily reading and writing lessons, rubrics, assessments, suggested texts, exemplars, differentiated materials, and more! For parents, there is a resource section, which includes, activities, materials, tips and information to support literacy at home. Teaching Charts provides educators and parents with student friendly curriculum and tools to support learners at home aligned with the Common Core State Standards and TEKS to help all kids succeed.

MY TEACHING STYLE

The bulk of our teaching experience is in NYC’s highly recognized District 2 schools, which are known worldwide for their progressive curriculum and student centered philosophy of teaching and learning. Our own philosophy of teaching is simple: make learning fun and purposeful. Our ultimate goal, besides helping students meet standards, is to instill a love of learning. The best way to do that is create and implement lessons that are meaningful, purposeful and fun. We take abstract concepts and make it relatable to children and therefore easier to grasp. In our units of study, students will be detectives, treasure hunters, teachers, superheroes, marathoners, researchers and even actors! Nothing makes us happier than seeing our students come to the rug everyday, excited to find out what surprises we have in store. We also believe in the importance of teaching to the individual child. It is imperative for an educator to really know their students’ strengths, needs and learning styles because every learner is unique and may require differentiation, modifications, as well as special tools to help them grasp abstract concepts. The materials here, which we found much success with, were created to meet all of our students’ needs and we hope you will too.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Former elementary school teacher and native New Yorker, Rosemarie Young, has fourteen years of teaching under her belt in grades ranging from kindergarten through fourth grade. She has taught at New York City’s Alfred E. Smith School in Manhattan for eleven years and at a Charter school, Learning Community Charter School, in Jersey City, New Jersey for three years. Her professional accomplishments include co-presenting at a NCTE conference on Literacy and Language Acquisition called “Content Based Instruction: A Natural Approach to Second Language Acquisition” in 2001 and mentoring student teachers from numerous colleges and universities such as Hunter College, New York University, Pace University and Teacher’s College Columbia University. She has also been awarded grants from Target and Teachers Network, which were used to fund projects in her classroom. A big believer in learning through doing, Rosemarie has created many multidisciplinary units of study like “Flower Power” for Teachers Network.org. Rosemarie takes pleasure in watching her students from all backgrounds and levels flourish and light up with excitement for learning under her tutelage but wanted reach more students and teachers. Jane Hsu, a former Special Education teacher at the New York City Public Schools worked in Special Education settings for 7 years with Principal Recognition rewards. During this time, she became acutely aware of how difficult it is for teachers to develop effective lessons and activities for students who needed extra support. Moreover, the curriculum has to be aligned to the newly adopted Common Core State Standards or Texas Essential Knowledge Skills. Seeing many teachers facing this challenge, she decided to collaborate with her former co-teacher, Rosemarie Young to begin Teaching Charts, a literacy resource with differentiation for grades K-2 aligned to the Common Core State Standards and TEKS to support the teachers across the nation.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Jane Hsu received her MA Degree in Childhood Education and Special Education from New York University in 2006. Rosemarie Young also received her BA degree from New York University and MA degree in New York.

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