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Great Informational Writing Leads Anchor Chart and Tips

Informational Writing Leads Anchor Chart and Tips Are you looking for ways to help your students with their informational/expository writing? This informational writing leads anchor chart is a great addition to your writing lessons! I’ll admit, I’ve had a love/hate relationship with teaching writing over my teaching career. Teaching students

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4 Ideas for Creating a Vocabulary Rich Classroom Environment

Creating a vocabulary rich environment in which words are loved, valued, and enjoyed is an important way to help students discover and use new vocabulary. Vocabulary is not something that is memorized and tested, rather, vocabulary should be read, written, discussed, and enjoyed daily. When students see your love for

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