Writing 6-12

writing 6-12

Students develop their writing skills to become college and career ready.

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  1. 10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know

    10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know

    Whether writing a blog entry or a high-stakes test essay, fiction or nonfiction, short story or argumentation, students need to know certain things in order to write effectively. In 10 Things Every Writer Needs to Know, Jeff Anderson focuses on developing the concepts and application of ten essential aspects of good writingmotion, models, focus, detail, form, frames, cohesion, energy, words, and clutter. Grades 4-12 Learn More

  2. 100 Trait-Specific Comments: Middle School; A Quick Guide for Giving Constructive Feedback to Writers in Grades 6­-8

    100 Trait-Specific Comments: Middle School; A Quick Guide for Giving Constructive Feedback to Writers in Grades 6­-8

    Giving constructive feedback to student writers is critical to their success. But finding the right words can be difficult`until now. In this guide, Ruth Culham provides 100 trait-specific comments that address essential writing skills. Learn More

  3. 100 Writing Lessons: Narrative, Descriptive, Expository, Persuasive: Ready-to-Use Lessons to Help Students Become Strong Writers and Succeed on the Tests

    100 Writing Lessons: Narrative, Descriptive, Expository, Persuasive: Ready-to-Use Lessons to Help Students Become Strong Writers and Succeed on the Tests

    Dip into this vast collection of quick writing lessons and activities to find exactly what you need-whether it's a lesson on using exact words, writing an essay, developing a plot, or organizing a report. Learn More

  4. 20 Literacy Strategies to Meet the Common Core:  Increasing Rigor in Middle and High School

    20 Literacy Strategies to Meet the Common Core: Increasing Rigor in Middle and High School

    This practical guide makes implementation easy by providing activities, prompts, organizers, lesson plans, and many other tools for facilitating skilled secondary content literacy. Learn More

  5. 50 Instructional Routines to Develop Content Literacy, 3e

    50 Instructional Routines to Develop Content Literacy, 3e

    From some of the best-known authors in the field comes a book that provides all middle and high school teachers with practical information about improving students reading, writing, and oral language development. Learn More

  6. 51 Wacky We-Search Reports:  Face the Facts with Fun

    51 Wacky We-Search Reports: Face the Facts with Fun

    51 Wacky We-search Reports will teach you how to hunt for the best facts and turn them into cartoons, parody performances, jokes, wacky poetry and much, much more. And a We-search report is one that you do with friends so you won't ever feel alone again. Promise. Learn More

  7. 59 Reasons to Write:  Mini-Lessons, Prompts, and Inspiration for Teachers
  8. A Quick Guide to Reviving Disengaged Writers, 5-8
  9. A Sentence a Day:  Short, Playful Proofreading Exercises to Help Students Avoid Tripping up When They Write

    A Sentence a Day: Short, Playful Proofreading Exercises to Help Students Avoid Tripping up When They Write

    These brisk and humorous one-sentence examples of writing mistakes provide teachers with what are often called "daily oral language" exercises that help students master the basics of capitalization, mechanics, punctuation, and usage. Learn More

  10. A Writer's Notebook: Unlocking the Writer Within

    A Writer's Notebook: Unlocking the Writer Within

    How to use the writer's notebook to unlock the writer within. Learn More

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