16 Writing Lessons to Prepare Students for the State Assessment and More
These surefire lessons will help kids write well -- on the tests and beyond. Working through short, focused writing tasks make the elements of good writing crystal clear for students. They learn how to write dynamite beginnings and tie-up endings, choose exceptional language, include elaboration, and polish and proofread with confidence. Complete with rubrics, record-keeping forms, feedback sheets and more!
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