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Need inspiration and guidance for sequencing grammar concepts? Melissa & Lauralee share their thoughts, including test prep ideas. Grammar And Punctuation, Teaching Grammar, Grammar And Vocabulary, Teaching Language Arts, Grammar Lessons, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Writing Lessons, Teaching Spanish
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The Grammar Nerds Tell All: How to Sequence Grammar Instruction | Reading and Writing Haven

Wondering how to sequence grammar instruction? You'll want this list that scaffolds grammar lessons so that one skill builds upon the next.

Teaching students to write personal narratives is much easier with the structure of these minilessons, perfect for writer’s workshop. Each unit includes mentor text ideas, sentence starters, and lesson plans for five different writing skills: good beginning and endings, sensory language, zooming in on small moments, and show, don’t tell emotions. 3rd - 4th grade #narrativewriting #writersworkshop Writing Lesson Plans, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Process, Literacy, Personal Narrative Writing, Informational Writing
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Narrative Writing Mini-lesson Unit Bundle

Teaching students to write personal narratives is much easier with the structure of these minilessons, perfect for writer’s workshop. Each unit includes mentor text ideas, sentence starters, and lesson plans for five different writing skills: good beginning and endings, sensory language, zooming in on small moments, and show, don’t tell emotions. 3rd - 4th grade #narrativewriting #writersworkshop

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Sentence Starters: Useful Words and Phrases You Can Use As Sentence Starters - ESL Forums

Sentence Starters! Here you will find a useful list of common sentence starters that you can use in a discussion as well as in essay writing. Learn these

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Delaying the Grade: How to Get Students to Read Feedback | Cult of Pedagogy

You spend hours marking and commenting on student work, and then they don't even read your feedback. The solution is all in how you time it.

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A colleague recommended these FREE feedback slips from @myteachingpal One of my goals this term is to find better ways to provide feedback and these slips have been so helpful. #aussieteachertribe #graduateteacher #Regram via @the.smiling.teacher

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How to Easily Assess Writing in Google Docs

How to Easily Assess Writing in Google Docs: WriQ is a FREE tool that helps teachers assess writing in Google Docs. This Google Docs add-on helps teachers not only assess writing, including grammar, punctuation, spelling and more but also helps teachers track progress over time.

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Most students have little experience honestly evaluating their writing. The RADaR Revision technique gives students tools for self-evaluation. A detailed explanation of the technique can be

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10 Games to Play with any Vocabulary Words - Not So Wimpy Teacher

Vocabulary instruction is so critical is today’s classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers. Vocabulary is also essential to their performance on standardized tests. Helping kids to develop their vocabulary is time that is well spent in a busy classroom. I have developed a vocabulary routine that keeps my […]

Sentence diagrams are a great way to make the nitty-gritty of grammar visual and understandable. It's now available in an online, interactive format! Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Ap Language, English Language, Learn Math Online, Homeschool Curriculum Reviews, Writing Curriculum, Homeschooling Resources, Teaching Resources
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Learn with Diagrams: Old-School Grammar Meets New-School Medium | Homeschooling without Training Wheels

Sentence diagrams are a great way to make the nitty-gritty of grammar visual and understandable. It's now available in an online, interactive format!

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Reteaching and Reviewing Parts of Speech • Teacher Thrive

Help! My students don’t remember the parts of speech! Yep, we’ve all been there. You start a grammar lesson, only to realize that your students don’t remember the basics. It’s not that they don’t understand grammar and syntax; they just forgot the technical terms (nouns, verbs, adjective, adverbs, pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections) that they need […]

Ideas and resources for middle and high school English teachers! Ideas and resources for middle and high school English teachers! Middle School Grammar, Middle School Writing, Middle School English, High School Grammar Lessons, Math Lessons, Ela Classroom, Middle School Classroom, English Teacher Classroom, Gifts For English Teachers

How I Teach Grammar (The Grammar House Cup)

I was desperate for a better way to teach grammar. On my end, I was overwhelmed with how much I needed to teach: how to get it all done and how to do so logically. For my students, I was concerned about their engagement (not tuning out or getting bored) AND how to ensure that they "got it". These worries are particularly valid if you KNOW your students have knowledge gaps, are going to need a LOT of practice, or aren't doing well with transferring knowledge into their writing. Solution: The…

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Note-taking requirement at end of every class. Types of nouns one week-->verbs, etc. Wondering how to sequence grammar instruction? Read about one approach that works for secondary ELA. How To Teach Grammar, Teaching Grammar, Grammar Lessons, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Teaching English, Teaching Spanish, Writing Lab

The Grammar Nerds Tell All: How to Sequence Grammar Instruction | Reading and Writing Haven

Wondering how to sequence grammar instruction? Read about one approach that works for secondary ELA. #highschoolela #grammarsequence

Types of Writing Feedback for English Language Arts Teachers So many good suggestions! Try some ASAP! Teaching Language Arts, English Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Writing Rubrics, Essay Writing, Writing Tips, Ap Language
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5 Types of Writing Feedback | Lindsay Ann Learning English Teacher Blog

This fourth blog post in a series on grading hacks for English teachers focuses on five types of writing feedback and how to use them effectively during class to promote student revision and responsibility.

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100 Not-Boring Writing Prompts for Middle- and High Schoolers

1. Attach an image (photo, magazine, etc.) to a notebook page and write about it. 2. What things will people in the future say about how we live now? (Examples: They ate that? They believed that?) 3. Pick one from each list to make a creature and animal combination. Now write a short story or scene in which this creature appears. List 1 List 2 Vampire porcupine Ninja armadillo Zombie pig Pirate goat Mummy lobster Clown possum Banshee shark Wraith moray eel 4. Imagine a future in which we…