Simmone Boddington

Simmone Boddington

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Writers' Workshop mini-lesson: Narrative writing starts with a good "HOOK"!

Good essay hook ideas for entryways How to Write a Good Hook for Your Essay, and she is always ready to help students come up with good ideas for their papers and reach their academic goals.

I'm trying this in writers' workshop this week. We'll see what the boys think of it! Tip: Instead of writing in the blanks, use the lined sticky notes for easy moving around and or changing events.

I'm trying this in writers' workshop this week. Tip: Instead of writing in the blanks, use the lined sticky notes for easy moving around and or changing events.

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. Ive also included two prewriting sheets for research reports: an animal report and a planet report.

This resource includes SEVEN writing graphic organizers for ESOL students to plan and organize their writing pieces: narrative writing, two versions of opinion writing, informational writing, and how-to writing.

Narrative Writing Packet includes: Worksheets, Graphic Organizers, Posters, Writing Prompts, Checklists

This is a Narrative Writing resource that includes -Worksheets -Graphic Organizers -Posters -Writing Prompts -Checklists Here are just a few reasons that you'll love it: it's common core aligned, it's NO PREP, it's easy for your kids, and suitable for

Narrative Anchor Chart - 4th Grade FLC  Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear even sequences.

Narrative Anchor Chart - Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, descriptive details, and clear even sequences.

Using picture books is a great way to teach the narrative writing style to older students!

If there's one subject that seems to befuddle homeschoolers more than any other, it's writing. I hear it during homeschool consultations and casually talking among homeschool friends, and I see qu.