This is a superb resource for students' writing classes. The sheet lists with numerous examples varies types of different ending techniques that can be used for both fiction and nonfiction writing. These techniques go beyond the obvious normally taught to young writers and provide strong mentor samples for students to imitate. The resource would be a perfect addition to the writer's notebook. Perfect from 5th-8th grade.
Use grammar interactive notebook foldable pieces to teach and review parts of speech with your middle school ELA students. Notes support Common Core Language standards, including pronouns (6th grade), conjunctions and sentence structure (7th grade), verbs and verbals (8th grade). -- from Mixed-Up Files
I did this lesson today with 6th 7th and 8th grade, but I have done simpler versions with 4th and 5th in prior years. We drew spooky houses on watercolor paper. I gave them a few example of houses. They started with the basic shape, a rectangle or square. Then they could choose a triangular … Continue reading Middle School Spooky Houses