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Informational writing, otherwise known as explanatory writing, often has interconnected purposes: to increase readers’ knowledge or to help readers better understand a procedure or process. Students, however, struggle to remain objective while conveying this information. Try out two different methods of summarizing to help student remain objective and focused on the most important ideas in a text.

Informational writing, otherwise known as explanatory writing, often has interconnected purposes: to increase readers’ knowledge or to help readers better understand a procedure or process. Students, however, struggle to remain objective while conveying this information. Try out two different methods of summarizing to help student remain objective and focused on the most important ideas in a text.

I make a conferring schedule, with each kid having a day that they know I will confer with them. That makes it more manageable for me to get to everyone.

I make a conferring schedule, with each kid having a day that they know I will confer with them. That makes it more manageable for me to get to everyone.

have students pick out a picture special to them...then have them write about being "frozen in that moment." what is going on during the time that the picture was taken? Great writing idea!!

have students pick out a picture special to them...then have them write about being "frozen in that moment." what is going on during the time that the picture was taken? Great writing idea!!

6+1 writing traits - After each mini-lesson summarize the writing skill or strategy learned under the appropriate category to help students remember in the future!

6+1 writing traits - After each mini-lesson summarize the writing skill or strategy learned under the appropriate category to help students remember in the future!

Informational writing, otherwise known as explanatory writing, often has interconnected purposes: to increase readers’ knowledge or to help readers better understand a procedure or process. Students, however, struggle to remain objective while conveying this information. Try out two different methods of summarizing to help student remain objective and focused on the most important ideas in a text.

Informational writing, otherwise known as explanatory writing, often has interconnected purposes: to increase readers’ knowledge or to help readers better understand a procedure or process. Students, however, struggle to remain objective while conveying this information. Try out two different methods of summarizing to help student remain objective and focused on the most important ideas in a text.

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