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Chevron Design Writing Resource

Writing Process Posters Chevron Design!

The writing process - still vacillating between steps 2 & 3 :-)


The Writing Process {ideas & a freebie!)

FREE! The Writing Process These writing process printables can be used as an anchor chart or clip chart in your classroom. Perfect for teaching the stages of the writing process!

from HubPages

Twenty Writing Tips To Improve Your Writing

This writing process flow chart shows the steps of writing in a simple, yet helpful way.

from e.a. deverell

Write a Scene (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

This writing worksheet will help you brainstorm some ideas on how best to write a scene so that it fits in with your other scenes.

from Amanda Patterson


Revise vs Edit - revising is remaking, rebuilding. Editing is cleaning .....Follow for free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' teaching gqdbphwr & other fun stuff :)

Mrs. Skowronski teaches writing, but more importantly the vocabulary of the classroom. Tier 3 words, transdisciplinary literacy, curriculum vocabulary has to be taught to students with language disorders for them to succeed in the Common Core.

Anchor: Peer Feedback/Accountable Talk by Mary-Kay G, via Flickr

"Looking back at this project is a personal lesson in my own naivety. I’m a little embarrassed that this was the solution I came up with for the prompt: “create a poster that visualizes the creative process.” At the time, being relatively new to the field of design, I thought that the creative process was neat, orderly, and beautiful. Surely the process by which clearly understood systems and precise communications are created has those qualities inherent in itself, right?"