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ReadWorks.org

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Lessons and resources for various topics and standards related to reading


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Teaching Authors--6 Children's Authors Who Also Teach Writing ...

Teaching Authors--6 Children's Authors Who Also Teach Writing ... | argumentative essay common core grade 4 | Scoop.it
We are six children's book authors with a wide range (and many years) of experience teaching writing to children, teens, and adults. Here, we share our unique perspective as writing teachers who are also working writers.

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Writer's Workshop Resources and Ideas

Great resource that includes links to other writing workshop resources.


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Flamingos and Butterflies: Launching Writing Workshop

Flamingos and Butterflies: Launching Writing Workshop | argumentative essay common core grade 4 | Scoop.it

When I first started teaching, Writing Workshop was the most intimidating and overwhelming part of my day! I felt like I had NO idea what was doing, and trying to reach the balance of teaching the craft of writing without leaving ...


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Argumentative, Opinion, and Persuasive Writing in the Common Core - Choice Literacy

Argumentative, Opinion, and Persuasive Writing in the Common Core  - Choice Literacy | argumentative essay common core grade 4 | Scoop.it

The Common Core has many teachers and literacy coaches pondering how to teach students to write in ways that mix fact and emotion. In this essay from the archives, Jennifer Burton looks at the difference between Argumentative, Opinion, and Persuasive Writing in the Common Core with her colleagues, and tries out some lessons with students.


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The Textmapping Project - Overview of Textmapping

How and why to use paper scrolls and colored markers to teach reading comprehension skills and classroom content. Improve the clarity and effectiveness of reading comprehension skills instruction.


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WritingFix: Our Writers Workshop Homepage

WritingFix: Our Writers Workshop Homepage | argumentative essay common core grade 4 | Scoop.it

Great resource from the Northern Nevada Writing Project about all aspects of the Writer's Workshop.


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Graphic Organizers for Reading Comprehension | Scholastic.com

Graphic Organizers for Reading Comprehension | Scholastic.com | argumentative essay common core grade 4 | Scoop.it

Students can use these learning tools to see how ideas fit together, and you can use them to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your students' thought process.


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Reader's Notebook

Reader's Notebook | argumentative essay common core grade 4 | Scoop.it

Excellent resource for ideas to include in a reader's notebook w/ photos of examples.  Heavy use of post-it notes throughout.


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