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10 Ways to Help Struggling Writers Humour, 5th Grade Writing, Third Grade Writing, Homeschool Writing, Elementary Writing, 4th Grade Writing, 2nd Grade Writing, 3rd Grade Writing, Kindergarten Writing

Do you have struggling writers who just don't seem to be growing? Do you have reluctant writers who don't seem to get much writing completed? In every class that I have ever taught, there has always been a handful of kiddos that just don't like writing. These students can be toughest to reach. You have

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Barbara Doctor
English, Middle School Writing, Elementary Writing Lessons, Writing Lesson Plans, Teaching Writing Elementary, Elementary Writing, Homeschool Writing, 5th Grade Writing, Teaching Reading

Do you have struggling writers who just don't seem to be growing? Do you have reluctant writers who don't seem to get much writing completed? In every class that I have ever taught, there has always been a handful of kiddos that just don't like writing. These students can be toughest to reach. You have

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Not So Wimpy Teacher
Humour, Writing Workshop, Design Career, Writing Resources, Writing Interventions, Paragraph Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Lessons

So you’ve taught your students to write sentences. Now what? In the beginning of my career, we worked HARD on writing sentences. When it came time to take the next step into writing paragraphs, I found this was even harder for my students. We were able to write 2-3 sentences about a topic or picture, ... Read More about How to Scaffold Paragraph Writing for Special Education

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Carol Lee Noga Scott
English, Humour, Middle School Writing, Writing Assessment, Writing Interventions, 5th Grade Writing, Writing Strategies, Writing Skills, Free Writing Prompts

Writing papers, multi-paragraph stories, and essays can be challenging for many upper elementary students. For reluctant writers, this often means frustration and black paper at the end of your writing block. Since the expectations for on-demand writing increase after the primary grades in preparation for standardized

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Ann Foster