If you’re writing fiction, at some point, you’ll probably want to describe the people populating your story. (This isn’t absolutely essential, mind. I’ve just written a short story that consists entirely of dialogue – no dialogue tags, no action beats, nothing – and neither of the characters is described at all.) When it comes to […]
Freebie! This resource contains a lesson for both reading and writing workshops on comparing a culture from a book to your own and showing characters' feelings in writing. It also includes a printable graphic organizer and thinkmark for assessment.
This is a compilation of data, advice, and examples of what's changed in teaching since we started to learn so much more about the brain and how it learns. Fact or Fiction. Applying Theories. Research.
FREE 16 INFORMATIONAL TEXT POSTERS~ This packet contains colorful posters to teach 16 non-fiction text features, including: guide words, title page, table of contents, index, glossary, heading, keywords, illustrations, hyperlink, and more. Amazing free resource from Primary Punch!