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One of the most important lessons that I teach my upper elementary students is how to restate the question in the answer. We start with a lesson about how to restate the question. PQA: Put the Question in the Answer. This can still be tricky for some kids, so we make an anchor chart together that shows them exactly how to do it. Check out my lesson and help your students to answer questions with ease. #languagearts
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Main Idea and Details can be hard to teach! This activity has students sort sentences and use higher order thinking skills to determine the main idea and key details. There are ways to differentiate for multiple grade levels.
Revising often takes a back seat in our writing block. But revising "hard" not only leads to better writing, it creates stronger writers. Here's how to change your classroom writing culture. (The Thinker Builder)
Free Sequence Writing contains 10 free pages of narrative prompts worksheets. This product is suitable for kindergarten and first grade students. Students will observe the pictures, finish the sentences in sequence and write a story. Students are encouraged to use thinking skills while improving their writing skills. Kindergarten | Kindergarten Worksheets | First Grade | First Grade Worksheets |Free Sequence Writing Prompts | Sequence Writing Prompts | Writing Prompts Worksheets