Teacher-created Units for Expository Writing This is a two-part project designed to introduce 9th grade students to the basic process of conducting an interview and using information from that interview to incorporate into a research project.
Surely the temps here in Texas will start to cool down once November comes Who am I kidding?! It's 45 degrees and only October 16th!
But, we all know that won't last! Let's also just celebrate the fact that Thanksgiving is around the corner Can I get an amen??!! Okay, now that I've had my moment, let's get back to the reason why I am here!
We are collaborating to create math activities, digital resources, and stations for your classroom! You are probably thinking I teach 2nd grade which is why I came to the blog Step into 2nd Gradebut I bet you have some 4th grade teacher friends!
I'd love if you shared this link with them! The wonderful thing about ALL of these activities Anna teaches 3 sections … [Read more I found that once I started upping my game with my place value content, my students would get excited and fall in love with numbers and math! It's always an exciting moment when you notice students getting hooked on learning!
That's when a Place Value Party was formed! September 12, Do you love October as much as I do? So many engaging topics to tackle! We absolutely love all of our Rooted in Reading Units for October. You heard me right 1st Grade Teachers!
Seeing students from different grade levels, in different schools, and of different backgrounds really is a blessing.
I feel like I learn so much every single time I am with a new class! I was fortunate enough to visit a first grade class for their Reading instruction.
They were focusing on Nerdy Birdy, so I got to spend the day with one of my favorite books! We focused on discussing the setting of the story. This is a great book to start setting with because it doesn't change too much throughout the story.
They do move from the trees to the power … [Read more Israel is in Kindergarten this year, so we are really focusing in on those letter names and sounds.
He did master most of his letters in Pre-K, but we still have a little bit of work to do.DISCLAIMER: We have provided “suggested” grade levels for some of our writing daily prompts.
These suggestions are made based on the content of the prompt, the interest level of the topic, or the level of background knowledge needed to have the most success possible with the prompt.
Innovative writing, math, & language arts programs for K - 6th grade. Daily writing and math practice that is Common Core aligned. Grade 8 Dodd Middle School Cheshire, Connecticut Elizabeth Chesla English Instructor First, decide on the type of essay you will need to write.
There are four types Expository writing is the type of writing you create for term papers, essays, or letters. Most standardized tests often include an expository. WS Freedom of Expression (Expository) The First Amendment to the Constitution guarantees freedom of expression.
The framers of the Constitution believed this freedom was essential to a strong democracy. Expository Writing Prompts On A Variety Of Topics. School in Foreign Country. Expository writing prompt on getting through the first week of school in a foreign country.
Expository writing, sometimes called informative writing, seeks to relay information to the reader. It is one of the main modes of writing and includes such formats as reports, instructions, term papers and even business letters.