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4th Grade Writing
Use this 6 day unit to teach your students how to embed and cite quotes in their writing according to MLA Format - 8th Edition. My students showed a lot of improvement after a week. Students are given many opportunities to practice the skills and the quizzes and test give you a perfect idea of where your students are in terms of knowing the basics of MLA citation.
Teach students the basics of plagiarizing, summarizing, paraphrasing, and directly quoting research with this concise, engaging lesson from The Reading and Writing Haven. Perfect for any research or writing unit in middle or high school classrooms.
In this creative writing activity, students draw inspiration from a nonfiction article about ten real-world abandoned places! Students choose one as a setting for a piece of Flash Fiction. Differentiate with a condensed or expanded brainstorming worksheet. Includes an optional vocabulary in context activity. Also includes a writing sample, Teacher’s Guide, answer key, and TAG feedback form. (grades 7-10)
Chart on how to elaborate on evidence in an informational/opinion piece
Student nonfiction - helping students construct positive and thoughtful responses to nonfiction.
Blog Post - Teaching ELA students how to gather, cite, analyze, and integrate text evidence into writing!