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Kim Price replied to Corbett Harrison's discussion Post your lesson drafts here in the group Persuasive Writing Ideas
"Historical Perspectives: Exploring the same topic from two different perspectives focusing on writing letters. Lesson Overview: At the conclusion of a history unit and after reading Fiona Macdonald’s book You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Slave…"
Mar 1, 2010
Kim Price replied to Corbett Harrison's discussion Post your Mentor Text Reviews here! in the group Persuasive Writing Ideas
"I am going to have to check this book out. I am going back to 5th grade next year, and that means the writing exam!! Conventions is one of our weakest areas, so anything I can get my hands on to make the idea of conventions more fun for them and not…"
Feb 25, 2010
Kim Price replied to Corbett Harrison's discussion Post your Mentor Text Reviews here! in the group Persuasive Writing Ideas
"I like perspective writing and I have used this technique in my writers workshop. I get really good writing from the girls for some reason when they are writing from more than one perspective. I have had them write from two and sometimes three…"
Feb 25, 2010
Kim Price replied to Corbett Harrison's discussion Post your Mentor Text Reviews here! in the group Persuasive Writing Ideas
"Perspective Mentor Text Review: "You Wouldn't Want to Be a Slave in Ancient Greece" You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Slave in Ancient Greece! by Fiona Macdonald You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Slave in Ancient Greece! A Life…"
Feb 25, 2010
Kim Price replied to Corbett Harrison's discussion Revision-inspired "HOW TO" Poems in the group Authentic Revision
"How to be a Reviser Revision is to writing as ornaments are to a tree. In order to revise, start with a piece of writing. Revision can be as easy as pie with mentor texts. With items from your toolbox, Revision can be a snap! Slyly sneak in some…"
Dec 15, 2009

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