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By using this Expository Writing Graphic Organizer Worksheet, your students will organize their writing topic. After they have been assigned a topic,
Using Writing Graphic Organizer Worksheet, students choose a topic to write about and use this form to provide facts about your topic.
Using Informative Exploratory Text Organizer Worksheet, students brainstorm and organize their ideas for an informative writing piece using the graphic organizer.
Using this Expository Writing Song (Audio), your students learn about how to use write an expository essay.
Using this Writing an Introduction Paragraph Worksheet, your students will write down their topic in the box provided. They will then use the lines
Using Experience Narrative Worksheet, students dictate, write, or draw about a time in their lives to give descriptive information.
Using this Citing Evidence from the Text Worksheet, students read a book about a specific topic to cite evidence from the text to support their opinion.
Using Creating a Powerpoint Worksheet, students use the organizer below to help you plan your powerpoint about a topic of interest.
Using Strengthen Your Writing Worksheet, students respond to questions and suggestions from peers and add details to strengthen writing as needed.
Using Work in Progress Writing Worksheet, students write about something that they like to do to share their writing with a friend to gain feedback to improve their writing.
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Using Work in Progress Worksheet, students write about something that makes them happy to share their writing with a friend to gain feedback to improve their writing.
Using Digital Tools Skills Assessment Worksheet, teachers record the digital tools their students show proficiency using as they produce and publish writing.
Using Share Your Opinion About Your Favorite Book Activity, students write opinion pieces in which they state an opinion about the book and supply reasons that support the opinion.
Using What Do You Think Opinion Writing Activity, students write opinion pieces on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons.
Using Telling A Story Activity, students use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events.
Using Strengthen Your Writing Revision and Editing Activity, students develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing.
Using Strong Writing Activity, students respond to questions and suggestions from peers and add details to strengthen writing as needed.