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Video Demonstrations: At the bottom of this page you can watch two video demonstrations, one showing you how to teach the paragraph and the other showing you how to teach the five-paragraph essay.
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Your first issue, "Better Ways of Using 'Said'", includes a handout filled with more than 50 words such as "lamented," "gasped," and "wailed," that will make your student's writing come alive.
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How To Write the Paragraph
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Personification as a Writing Trick
How to Describe a Setting
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#21 - Teach Root Words: There are thousands upon thousands of words in the English language. We can give list after list of words for our students to memorize and still not come close to teaching them all. Why not get more bang your your buck and teach root words. Think about it, if you teach one . . .
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Standards Based Grammar
Objective: The purpose of this book is to help students learn the 6th grade Common Core State Standards for language and be able to apply these standards into their everyday lives.
These lessons and worksheets also incorporate the best practices of education by using Direct Interactive Instruction (DII) as a method of learning the material.
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How to Teach the Paragraph
How To Teach the Five Paragraph Essay
Home School TeachersIf you're a home school teacher needing help with writing instruction, check out our page designed especially for you. It will show you where to start and how to progress from grades three through high school. Follow our steps in the Home School Writing Action Plan, and you will have a step-by-step plan mapped out for creating outstanding writers. Its pacing guide shows you how to create the same outstanding writers no matter what grade you start the program. Read More.
Many of our books cover multiple standards and are extremely comprehensive. For example, our Standards Based Grammar series covers dozens to skills and can be used as a daily grammar / language routine. However, there may be times when a teacher only needs material for a single standard. The mini-books below contain stand-alone units that are highly focused on specific topics. Click on an image below for more information.
Greek and Latin Roots
Parts of Speech: Primary
Parts of Speech: Secondary
Sentence Writing: Primary
Sentence Writing: Secondary
Fragment Run On Sentences