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Started With Mentor Sentences Ideas by Jivey walks you through each day of the first week of mentor sentences.Ideas by Jivey walks you through each day of the first week of mentor sentences. Third Grade Writing, Middle School Writing, Work On Writing, Writing Workshop, Second Grade, Fourth Grade, Better Writing, Writing Process, Writing Strategies

Getting Started With Mentor Sentences

Ideas by Jivey walks you through each day of the first week of mentor sentences.

Teach Your Child to Read When it comes to teaching reading and writing to middle school students, its overwhelming to know where to start with what to teach them. Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. 4th Grade Writing, Middle School Writing, 6th Grade Ela, Middle School English, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Fourth Grade, Grade 3, Second Grade

The Literacy Effect

When it comes to teaching reading and writing to middle school students, it's overwhelming to know where to start with what to teach them. Below I'm going to recap a few of my favorite lessons to teach within the first two months of the school year. Lesson One: Selecting Independent Reading Material The way I run Reading Workshop rests on doing a daily reading minilesson following the gradual release of responsibility (modeling, have-a-go, application, share). During that application time…

Why I Use Mentor Sentences to Teach Writing in my High School English Classroom Improve student writing and grammar without boring drills! Engage students and have fun while increasing writing sophistication with Mentor Sentences, 6th Grade Writing, Middle School Writing, Writing Classes, Middle School English, Writing Lessons, Writing Workshop, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Activities

Why I Use Mentor Sentences to Teach Writing in my High School English Classroom

Improve student writing and grammar without boring drills! Engage students and have fun while increasing writing sophistication with Mentor Sentences,

What a great idea to introduce craft in manageable chunks that aren't overwhelming for kids! Upper Elementary Snapshots: Putting the Spotlight on Mentor Sentences Grammar Skills, Grammar And Punctuation, Teaching Grammar, Grammar Lessons, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Teaching Ideas, Writing Activities

Putting the Spotlight on Mentor Sentences

How many of you are familiar with this routine??? You teach a grammar lesson, on verbs, let’s say. You create an anchor chart and discuss different examples. Students complete a worksheet, in which they circle or underline the verbs. They even complete a homework assignment to further practice identifying verbs. At the end of the week or unit, they take a quiz on verbs, and pass with flying colors. Then, the next week you ask them to identify the verb in a sentence, and you get blank stares…

Mentor Sentences in ACTION - Ideas By Jivey (This is a great video to watch to get the full picture of how this teacher implemented the idea of mentor sentences with her students. Grammar Skills, Grammar And Punctuation, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, 5th Grade Writing, Writing Classes

Mentor Sentences in ACTION - Ideas By Jivey

This video shows how students learn writing and grammar skills each week with Mentor Sentences in my classroom. They are invited to notice what makes the sen...

mentor sentences is a great way to help students recognize and write in varied sentence structures. Mentor Sentences: Grammar, Word Choice, Buzzing with Ms. Grammar Skills, Teaching Grammar, Grammar Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching English, Teacher Resources

Mentor Sentences: Grammar, Word Choice & More

Do you ever read your students' writing and go, "Ummm... I wonder what language this is written in, because it's sure not English." I ...

Ways to Use Mentor Sentences Meaningful ideas for using in middle and high schoolMeaningful ideas for using in middle and high school Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tips, Teaching English, Language Lessons, Kindergarten Writing, Mentor Sentences, Sentence Writing

Fun Ways to Use Mentor Sentences | Reading and Writing Haven

Meaningful ideas for using #mentorsentences in middle and high school #middleschoolela #minilessons

Teaching Compound Sentences with Comma Butterflies Grammar Activities, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Grammar Lessons, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, English Language Arts, Writing Activities, Teaching English

How to Not Teach a Boring Compound Sentence Lesson - The Candy Class

Find many ideas and fun activities for teaching compound sentences. Includes a comma craft idea, incorporates the fanboys, and much more!

Head Over Heels For Teaching: Tried It Tuesday-Mentor Sentence Teaching Grammar, Spelling And Grammar, Grammar Lessons, Teaching Writing, Language Lessons, Teaching English, Language Arts, 7th Grade Writing, High School Writing

Tried It Tuesday-Mentor Sentence

I'm excited to be linking up again with my buddy Holly from Fourth Grade Flipper for Tried It Tuesday! Today I'm featuring/bragging about ...

Sentences for Beginners set of 10 practice sheets. Punctuation, complete sentences, types of sentences, writing sentences, fixing sentences. Work On Writing, Sentence Writing, Writing Sentences, Kids Writing, Writing Resources, Writing Activities, Writing Ideas, Teaching Skills, Teaching Grammar

Sentences for Beginners Practice Sheets

Sentences for Beginners set of 10 practice sheets. Punctuation, complete sentences, types of sentences, writing sentences, fixing sentences.

Sentence Imitation, taken from books read - great for teaching grammar, phonics, and writing skills! First Grade Words, 1st Grade Writing, Kids Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Ideas, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tips, Mentor Sentences

Bats, Sentence Imitation, and Ode to my bloggy-girls!

It's BAT WEEK!!! (Graphic - Melonheadz) My kids are LOVING bats!! They loved spiders too... It's amazing how interested in these things kids are. I love that they are loving what I'm teaching! (my kids LOVE when I use the chalkboard - haha!) To start with, we did a Circle Map (Thinking Maps) and divided it into two parts. The top part is going to be everything that we already know, and the bottom is what we learned. *Notice we already have a misconception...which is good!! First, we started…

Art sentence imitation - using exemplar sentences from stories to teach and practice grammar, phonics, and writing. Teacher Tools, Teacher Stuff, Teaching Writing, Teaching Ideas, Mentor Sentences, Writer Workshop, Phonics, Grammar, Literacy

Adding Woes, Habitats, and a Freebie!

So this week, we're still review adding 2-digit numbers, without regrouping and then we're headed to subtracting 2-digit numbers without regrouping... Now...I have to tell you... this is really hard for a lot of our kids... yes...teaching VERTICAL addition is the EASIEST thing to do... because, well, that's what we use in REAL life, right? I mean... I do... BUT, our district's math test that we give, ask them to do them horizontally AND give the strategy - ahh! soo...we've been practicing…