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How do you...Writing Prompts

How do you...Writing Prompts
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"How do you...Writing Prompts" - Language Arts Teaching Resource

This resource for third to sixth graders serves as an indispensable tool in enhancing procedural writing skills. Easy-to-use, interactive, and highly effective, it inculcates the ability among students to generate clear written instructions.

Resource Details

  • 20 Ready-to-Use Templates: These graphic organizers are filled with engaging prompts on everyday tasks such as "brush your teeth", "wash your face", or more complex ones like "make a peanut butter sandwich". The objective is dual-fold: understanding the sequence of actions and expressing them effectively.
  • 5 Additional Blank Templates: These customizing templates give educators the flexibility of creating activities according to specific lesson plans or tasks relevant to students' lives. By customizing exercises based on learners' needs, academic applicability and engagement can be significantly boosted.
  • Pdf Format: The resource is provided in an easy-to-distribute PDF format that can be used in multiple learning settings - classroom group exercises, individual homework assignments or even small-group work sessions.

In a Nutshell

The 'How do you…Writing Prompts' teaching resource provides an enjoyable yet challenging way for middle-grade students to hone their procedural writing abilities under guidance of their educator. This mixture of fun-filled learning with scholarly rigor fuels interest among learners thus enriching language arts instruction.

What's Included

Includes 20 ready made writing prompt templates (graphic organizers) .

Some examples are: brush your teeth, wash your face, build a snowman, make your bed, make a peanut butter sandwich, etc.

Also includes 5 templates that you can customize and use in your procedural

writing lessons and activities.

Resource Tags

procedural writingwriting promptsgraphic organizerssequence of actionscustomizable templates

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