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The BIG Book of Writing Lessons

The BIG Book of Writing Lessons

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The BIG Book of Ready-to-Go Writing Lessons

50 ENGAGING ACTIVITIES WITH GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS THAT TEACH KIDS HOW TO TELL A STORY, CONVEY INFORMATION, DESCRIBE, PERSUADE, & MORE!

The BIG Book of Ready-to-Go Writing Lessons

50 ENGAGING ACTIVITIES WITH GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS THAT TEACH KIDS HOW TO TELL A STORY, CONVEY INFORMATION, DESCRIBE, PERSUADE, & MORE!

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The BIG Book of Ready-to-Go W

riting Lessons © Marci Miller & Martin Lee, Scholastic Teaching Resources

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Name: ________________________________________________________________

K Does your introduction grab readers?

K Is your purpose clear?

K Have you written for your intended audience?

K Did you get across your main ideas?

K Do you offer enough details, facts, or other information?

K Do your characters make sense? Do they speak and act as you want them to?

K Have you described the setting?

K Have you included sensory details?

K Have you cut out unnecessary details?

K Is your piece presented in sensible or logical order?

K Have you used transition words?

K Does your conclusion work?

K Can you substitute vivid verbs, exciting adjectives, and other precise words?

K Have you used complete sentences?

K Do sentences begin with capital letters? Do they end with the right punctuation?

K Do you vary sentence style and length for interesting reading?

K Have you checked spelling and grammar?

K Have you included a title?

Self-Evaluation Checklist

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The Big Book of Ready-to-Go Writing Lessons• Scholastic Professional Books

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Name: ________________________________________________________________

Begin a new paragraph here.

Make a capital letter.

Add a word here.

Take out a word or words.

Add a period.

Add a comma.

Add a quesion mark.

Check the spelling.

Does this sound right?

the

My dog

on the old front porch.

Ms Klein

red yellow green and blue

Can you stay

elepant

baby tooths

Editor's Marks

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Excellence in Writing

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Teacher

Date

CertificateofMerit

The BIG Book of Ready-to-Go W

riting Lessons © Marci Miller & Martin Lee, Scholastic Teaching Resources

Name: ________________________________________________________________

K Does your introduction grab readers?

K Is your purpose clear?

K Have you written for your intended audience?

K Did you get across your main idea?

K Do you offer enough details, facts, or other information?

K Do your characters make sense? Do they speak and act as you want them to?

K Have you described the setting?

K Have you included sensory details?

K Have you cut out unnecessary details?

K Is your piece presented in sensible or logical order?

K Have you used transition words?

K Does your conclusion work?

K Can you substitute vivid verbs, exciting adjectives, and other precise words?

K Have you used complete sentences?

K Do sentences begin with capital letters? Do they end with the right punctuation?

K Do you vary sentence style and length for interesting reading?

K Have you checked spelling and grammar?

K Have you included a title?

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