Sentence Writing

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When teaching your students to vary their sentence beginnings, use this list of 8 different ways to begin sentences. Give students a copy to keep in their Writing folders for reference! Writer's Workshop, Sentence Fluency, Sentence Beginnings, Six Trait Writing Traits, Sentence Writing, Writing Strategies, Narrative Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Activities

Sentence Fluency- 8 Ways to Begin Sentences

When teaching your students to vary their sentence beginnings, use this list of 8 different ways to begin sentences. Give students a copy to keep in their Writing folders for reference! Writer's Workshop, Sentence Fluency, Sentence Beginnings, Six Traits, 6 Traits You Might Also Like "Varying Sen...

Sentence Structure Lesson BUNDLE} Grammar PowerPoints & Printables, EDUCATİON, Five PowerPoint lessons focusing on subjects and predicates, subject-verb agreement, and compound sentences. Engaging and interactive! Also includes p. Grammar Skills, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Speech And Language, Teaching Ideas, Grammar Activities, Grammar Rules, Therapy Activities

Sentence Structure {5 Lesson BUNDLE} Grammar PowerPoints & Printables

Five PowerPoint lessons focusing on subjects and predicates, subject-verb agreement, and compound sentences. Engaging and interactive! Also includes practice pages and assessment. Gr. 2-5 ($)

Reference guide for students when learning the parts of speech. Reference guide for students when learning the parts of speech. Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Grammar Lessons, Teaching Writing, Speech And Language, Teaching English, Teaching Vocabulary, Education English, Teaching Ideas

Parts of Speech - Anchor Charts and Student Reference Sheet

Reference guide for students when learning the parts of speech. Put it in binders or folders!

Click through to read about the function of an opening sentence, analyses of attention-grabbing opening sentences, and writing tips for executing your powerful opening sentence in your personal stories and fiction writing. Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Essay Writing, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas

How To Write A Captivating Opening Sentence

The function of an opening sentence, analyses of attention-grabbing opening sentences, and tips for executing your powerful opening sentence.

Social Studies Sentence Stems help students understand what it is that they are learning and communicate about it, helps students with special needs and provides focus for lessons. social studies Starting Out with Sentence Stems 7th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Notebook, Social Studies Classroom, Social Studies Activities, History Classroom, Teaching Social Studies, History Teachers, Teaching History, History Education

Starting Out with Sentence Stems

Starting Out with Sentence Stems- This post has ideas for using sentence stems in math, social studies, and science. | The Science Penguin

Using Sentence Frames to Get ELL Students Writing Using sentence frames in a practical way to help your ELL or ENL students begin to master writing in a manner that will leave them feeling empowered! Ell Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Methods, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, Kindergarten Writing, Esl Writing Activities, Esl Learning

Using Sentence Frames to Get ELL Students Writing - Hojo's Teaching

Using sentence frames in a practical way to help your ELL or ENL students begin to master writing in a manner that will leave them feeling empowered!

Darlene Anne / middle school ELA teacher & resource designer / Sharing reading & writing workshop ideas, classroom management strategies & tech tips Middle School Drama, Middle School English, Middle School Classroom, English Classroom, Ela Classroom, Classroom Ideas, High School, Teaching Theatre, Teaching Writing

Teach Tone with One Sentence - ELA Buffet

Picture this scenario: Typical middle schooler. At home after school. Cut to the harried mother, who has not only been to work and back, but has also picked up, dropped off, cooked dinner, and cleaned up…you’ve got the picture. Mother, calmly, to middle school student: I’ve asked ... Read More about Teach Tone with One Sentence

Teaching My Friends!: Crafting Power Sentences - an EXCELLENT plan for teaching great sentences! I'll be using this in my high school SpEd class this year! Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Teaching Resources, Writing Ideas, Teaching Ideas, Descriptive Writing Activities, Writing Services, Writing Prompts

Teaching My Friends!

picture source I think anyone that does writer's workshop has a writing process chart of some sort hanging in their room to keep track of where their friends are in the writing process. In my room, I've gone through several versions of this. Originally, I had a big ol' pocket chart with the writing process step headings at the top. Each friend had an index card with their name on it that they would move as they hit each step of the process. In the end the chart was just way too big and took…

What a great idea to introduce craft in manageable chunks that aren't overwhelming for kids! Upper Elementary Snapshots: Putting the Spotlight on Mentor Sentences Grammar Skills, Grammar And Punctuation, Teaching Grammar, Grammar Lessons, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Teaching Ideas, Writing Activities

Putting the Spotlight on Mentor Sentences

How many of you are familiar with this routine??? You teach a grammar lesson, on verbs, let’s say. You create an anchor chart and discuss different examples. Students complete a worksheet, in which they circle or underline the verbs. They even complete a homework assignment to further practice identifying verbs. At the end of the week or unit, they take a quiz on verbs, and pass with flying colors. Then, the next week you ask them to identify the verb in a sentence, and you get blank stares…

Why Your Writing Sounds Weird (And What You Can Do About It) - A Sentence Structure Refresher Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Writing Help, Writing A Book, Writing Ideas, Writing Lessons, Writing Quotes, Start Writing, Writing Boards

Sentence Structure: Why Your Writing Sounds Weird

Sentence structure matters. When you screw up sentence structure, there are consequences, not just for your writing but for your life.

Compound Sentence anchor chart idea from Jeff Anderson's Mechanically Inclined. Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Writing Skills, Grammar Help, English Classroom, Writing Lessons

my teacher life

I just realized the other day that of all the blogs I've written, I haven't written much at ALL about my teaching career. I LOVE TEACHING!! this year, I have the amazing privilege of teaching an adorable group of 4th grade bilingual students. they are precious. they are so well behaved, they love learning, and I work really hard for them. with all the "anchor chart" frenzy going on on Pinterest, I thought I would share some of my proudest anchor charts that I truly do teach from daily or…

Prep Building A Sentence Activities no prep build a sentence activities for speech therapy. 3 different levels to accommodate student's skillsno prep build a sentence activities for speech therapy. 3 different levels to accommodate student's skills Vocabulary Activities, Speech Therapy Activities, Language Activities, Writing Activities, Articulation Activities, Writing Lessons, Writing Skills, Phonics, Speech Language Pathology

No Prep Building A Sentence Activities - thedabblingspeechie

no prep build a sentence activities for speech therapy. 3 different levels to accommodate student's skills

Linchpin By Seth Godin And Generate By Daniel Pink - Two Guides, One Particular Information Sentence Fluency Trait: Owl Moon Mentor Text Six Trait Writing, Writing Mentor Texts, 3rd Grade Writing, Sentence Writing, Narrative Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Workshop, Teaching Writing, Writing Ideas

Life in 4B...

'4B' was the code our school secretary used to easily identify our class back when I taught 4th grade. 4 = 4th grade. B = Bongers. I later went on to teach Language Arts at a middle school, so this blog documents the learning we did in reading and writing each day, in addition to many posts from when I taught fourth grade. I figured keeping it all in one place was better than having two separate blogs. One more thing: please feel free to PIN anything you see!

Looking to help your students improve their writing skills? Why not take it back to basics with these three *FREE* engaging worksheets focusing on words, sentences and style. Essay Writing Tips, Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Services, Writing Ideas, Writing Images

FREE Tools for Improving Writing WORKSHEETS

Looking to help your students improve their writing skills? Why not take it back to basics with these three *FREE* engaging worksheets focusing on words, sentences and style.

Great Writing Gets the Gig -- 4 Tips for Crafting Killer Sentences Blog Writing Tips, Writing Quotes, Fiction Writing, Writing Advice, Start Writing, Writing Help, Writing Skills, Writing A Book, Writing Prompts

Great Writing Gets the Gig — 4 Tips for Killer Sentences

Great writing can overcome a lack of clips for freelance writers. Learn tips to help you write sentences that wow editors — and help you get the gig.