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If you are looking for ideas to teach paragraph writing, you are in the right place! From the series of over 30 writing mini lessons for writer’s workshop, paragraph writing includes three posts (lessons 5, 6, and 7) starting here with TOPIC SENTENCES, moving into RELEVANT DETAILS, and then CLOSING SENTENCES. Now that your students are WRITING COMPLETE SENTENCES using the former mini lessons, they are ready to learn how to write a paragraph!

How to Teach Paragraph Writing

If you are looking for ideas to teach paragraph writing, you are in the right place! From the series of over 30 writing mini lessons for writer’s workshop, paragraph writing includes three posts (lessons 5, 6, and 7) starting here with TOPIC SENTENCES, moving into RELEVANT DETAILS, and then CLOSING SENTENCES. Now that your students are WRITING COMPLETE SENTENCES using the former mini lessons, they are ready to learn how to write a paragraph!

Students are finished with their rough drafts and what do they want to do? Immediately write a final copy. NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! This post will provide ideas for your writer’s workshop when teaching your students how to REVISE a narrrative essay. It is also a part of a series of writing mini lessons that scaffold through the writing process ideal for any writing curriculum.

Writing Mini Lesson #23- Revising a Narrative Essay

Students are finished with their rough drafts and what do they want to do? Immediately write a final copy. NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! This post will provide ideas for your writer’s workshop when teaching your students how to REVISE a narrrative essay. It is also a part of a series of writing mini lessons that scaffold through the writing process ideal for any writing curriculum.

If you are looking for ideas in the editing step of the writing process, you are in the right place! This post will provide ways to teach and break down different editing techniques. Although it is part of a series of 30+ writing mini lessons on narrative writing, it can also be used in other types of writing like opinion writing and informative writing.

Writing Mini Lesson #32- CUPS to Edit

If you are looking for ideas in the editing step of the writing process, you are in the right place! This post will provide ways to teach and break down different editing techniques. Although it is part of a series of 30+ writing mini lessons on narrative writing, it can also be used in other types of writing like opinion writing and informative writing.

Do your students struggle using strong word choice in their writing? This post is geared towards the upper elementary or middle school curriculum and uses the term MILLION DOLLAR WORDS when referring to word choice. It is part of the revising stage of the writing process. It is also part of a series of writing mini lessons designed for scaffolding in writing workshop.

Writing Mini Lesson #28- Million Dollar Words- WORD CHOICE

Do your students struggle using strong word choice in their writing? This post is geared towards the upper elementary or middle school curriculum and uses the term MILLION DOLLAR WORDS when referring to word choice. It is part of the revising stage of the writing process. It is also part of a series of writing mini lessons designed for scaffolding in writing workshop.

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Do you need helps with ideas for teaching students how to develop characters in their narrative essay? This post will share an effective way to teach character traits and developing characters. These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s workshop designed for scaffolding through the writing process.

Writing Mini Lesson #19- Developing Characters in a Narrative Essay

Do you need helps with ideas for teaching students how to develop characters in their narrative essay? This post will share an effective way to teach character traits and developing characters. These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s workshop designed for scaffolding through the writing process.

Are your students writing run-on sentences? This lesson will focus on how to correct them. These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s workshop designed for scaffolding through sentence structure, paragraph writing, and the writing process. Learn ways to help students properly write two complete sentences (independent clauses) in one sentence by using the correct punctuation and conjunctions. Find out how the acronym FANBOYS are…

Writing Mini Lesson #4- Run-On Sentences

Are your students writing run-on sentences? This lesson will focus on how to correct them. These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s workshop designed for scaffolding through sentence structure, paragraph writing, and the writing process. Learn ways to help students properly write two complete sentences (independent clauses) in one sentence by using the correct punctuation and conjunctions. Find out how the acronym FANBOYS are…

Are your students writing in fragments? Often times students will write an incomplete sentence and it will cause confusion to the reader and disrupt the flow of the paragraph. These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s workshop designed for scaffolding through sentence structure, paragraph writing, and the writing process. Read on to learn how to teach students to correct FRAGMENTS.

Writing Mini Lesson #3- Fragments

Are your students writing in fragments? Often times students will write an incomplete sentence and it will cause confusion to the reader and disrupt the flow of the paragraph. These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s workshop designed for scaffolding through sentence structure, paragraph writing, and the writing process. Read on to learn how to teach students to correct FRAGMENTS.

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