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Organize Facts – Informational Writing: Week 5 – Bird Migration
Are your students creating disorganized paragraphs when writing about information or expository text? Find out how I help students organize their facts before writing a paragraph about an animal. This is Week 4 of a series on Informational Writing.
MLA Citation Works Cited Research Writing Resource
Help your students with research projects by providing them with this handy foldable reference document. Provides current MLA 8th edition updates and most commonly used resources for middle school. Print, fold, and use!
Writing Graphic Organizers *FREEBIE*
This product has been updated (6/12/14) to include SEVEN writing graphic organizers your students can use to plan and organize their writing pieces: narrative writing, two versions of opinion writing, informational writing, and how-to writing. I’ve also included two prewriting sheets for research reports: an animal report and a planet report.
ANIMAL REPORT: PRINT & DIGITAL RESEARCH TEMPLATES: GOOGLE CLASSROOM
Use this flipbook to scaffold the writing of an animal report. The colored and blackline templates, vocabulary cards, and wordsearch are sure to make learning fun. Use this resource as a stand-alone flipbook or in an interactive notebook. www.teacherspayt
5 Tips for Successful Research Projects
5 Tips for Successful Research Projects - Overwhelmed by the thought of doing a research project with your elementary students? These tips will help streamline the process so that ALL of your students will be successful, including students that struggle to write complete sentences. Use these tips to make your elementary research projects engaging, motivating, and enjoyable again! (Adventures of a Schoolmarm on Classroom Tested Resources)
Just the Facts: Writing Your Own Research Report|Paperback
Just the Facts: Writing Your Own Research Report AWESOME book for teaching research writing. It is certainly more appropriate for upper elementary and middle school - but all together a wonderful resource with great pictures to use when first teaching research writing!