Writing Narrative Endings - Young Teacher Love
I have to be honest. Teaching writing is tough. Each year, I set out to build a community of writers, and it is no easy task. One of the toughest things for my students is writing endings. They always start out with catchy beginnings only to get bogged down and just stop at the end. […]
5 Ways to Increase Your Story's Tension - Ink and Quills
Is your story dragging? Breathe life back into it with these 5 ways to increase your story's tension!
Spicing Up Your Writing!
3rd grade teacher blog- New teacher tips, lesson ideas for K-4, & freebies for elementary teachers, like a customizable lesson plan template!
Teacher to Teacher Ideas in the Top Teaching Blog | Scholastic
Exciting lesson ideas, classroom strategies, teaching tips, book lists, videos, and reproducibles in a daily blog by teachers from the classrooms of extraordinary mentor
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3 Tips to "Show, Don't Tell" Emotions and Moods
As a writer, how do you develop mood without telling? Is it possible to build up emotional language while following the advice "Show, Don't Tell"?
Personal Narrative Writing
This resource can be used to teach personal narrative writing with a focus on the traits of writing - taking students through the whole writing process from generating ideas all the way to publishing final drafts. Personal Narratives can be completed as part of a writer's workshop, writing center, ...
WRITING: Awesome Alliteration Activity
Objective: Students will be able to create alliterations based on the poem "Bleezer's Ice Cream" By Jack Prelutsky. Vocabulary: Alliteration Time: Approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes Difficulty: ***** What You Will Need: 12X18 Paper, Pencils, Sharpies, and Colored Pencils or Crayons Preparing For The Project: Introduce the concept of Alliteration to your students. Read…
How I Teach Explode the Moment Writing
So often, students just tell about the large picture of an experience. They get so caught up in listing all of the “moments” of the experience that they forget to really hone in on each