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Writing Tool Kit Grades 3-5
The Writing Tool Kit is a versatile resource designed specifically for the 3-5 classroom. What makes this tool kit so versatile is the way you can incorporate its components into your day! Whether you need teacher-directed mini-lessons, or independent student station activities, you’ll find what you need!
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First, students don’t improve in writing unless they have time to write! So to handle this, there are 30 writing prompts that you will display digitally or place on a ring in a station. Along with that, there’s a set of labels for a spiral, notebook, or my favorite, a composition book. This will provide a designated place students have to write their responses. Below you can see both a prompt projected on my computer screen, how it would be on a screen in the front of the classroom or on a tablet or laptop in a station.
Grammar activities can be fun and interactive! Use these as independent station activities, or teacher-directed lessons. Students interact with the materials to practice proper grammar. Plus the answer key makes checking for students or teacher EASY!
To teach and reinforce grammar concepts, there are 15 different note-taking entries sized for a composition book. These provide a record of learning which students can refer back to when working through the station activities independently.
Sometimes students struggle to self-start. We handle this by providing 24 topic cards with inspiring clipart, while also following those up with a word list which turns the idea into a solid plan for writing.
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Because not every writing piece is an informal composition book type of writing piece, there are writing template pages included. Take your students through the writing process or lead them through a formal writing piece using any template you need!
Organize and assess with ease! These extensive, yet simple-to-use rubrics, will clarify and pinpoint grading writing. Simply check the boxes in each category to determine the level and determine the overall score.
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Writers draft, correct, connect, read, listen, and above all, write. To help you do all of the above, use these fourteen great resources to get your writing and editing on a roll.
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6 The Write Practice
This site includes lessons and exercises for you interactive writers out there, as well as prompts, a section on turning an idea into a book, and plenty of advice on publishing, finding inspiration, dealing with writer’s block, and chasing good ideas. You can also find inspirational quotes, sales on writing aides, and more on their Instagram: @thewritepractice.
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This podcast features interviews with famous writers about their habits, productivity tips, sources of creativity, and other tricks of the trade. Host Kelton Reid also adds a neuroscience component to give more insight into what it really means when you’ve got writing on the brain.
9 A Way With Words
This podcast will give you indirect inspiration with its focus on language , funny words, and the origins of idioms. Through the lens of history, culture, and family, the NPR program dives into linguistic oddities like “nitnoy,” “zwer,” “crusticles,” “naked as a jaybird,” and “the last straw.” You’re sure to learn something “brand spanking new” here.
10 I Should Be Writing
If you’ve ever said these words to yourself, this is the podcast for you. Hosted by author Mur Lafferty, episodes typically include interviews with writers (usually of genre fiction) and plenty of tips and encouragement for dealing with the “bumps” of a writing career. Bonus podcast: Lafferty also hosts Ditch Diggers, which is geared toward “the business of writing,” while ISBW focuses more on the craft.
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That’s right: Facebook isn’t just for slacking off when you’re supposed to be writing. There are a lot of Facebook groups for writers, no matter what your focus is. Try Journey Feed Blogging Community or Blogging Boost to connect with fellow bloggers, Write On! for setting goals, solving problems, and networking with other writers, Fiction Writers Global for, well, fiction writers globally, and Writers Write for prompts, news, contests, and more.
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Never forget an idea. Capture it on any device, organize your entries, and share or search with ease. Evernote lets you capture ideas and curate searchable notebooks that sync between devices. You can also use it to collect interesting articles, write your grocery list, or draft a book.
This tool removes all the distractions , included in most writing software. You can still add minimal formatting like bolding or italicizing words, quotes, and URLs, but if you need to hunker down and get your words onto the paper (or screen), this is a great way to get focused.
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The Writer’s Toolkit: Writing Styles
Apprentices to traditional arts, crafts, and trades spend a lot of time getting to know the tools and techniques of their profession. Through that, they gain confidence and a deep understanding of the best way to work with ease.
Any job is easier to do when you know two things before you begin: what it is you want to create, and the tools you have in your toolkit to help you do it.
Writers have a toolkit, too. It contains five basic writing styles you can use to build a framework for stories and articles: description, narrative, exposition, instruction, and persuasion. Though most writing contains elements of more than one style, one is usually dominant. Which of the styles you select as your main approach will depend on your intention–the reason you are writing and the effect you want your words to have on your reader.
“ Literature is the art of writing something that will be read twice; journalism, what will be grasped at once. ” – Cyril Connolly in “ Enemies of Promise ” (1938)
Description and narrative fall into Connolly’s “read twice” category, instruction and argumentation into “grasped at once,” with exposition forming a bridge between the two.
Let’s take a quick tour, so you can get to know these writing styles.
Descriptive text presents the physical and non-physical characteristics of living things, objects, and processes, real or imaginary. You’ll use this text style often in your poetry and prose (fiction) writing.
Description is one of the tools you’ll use to write things that people will want to read twice, as Connolly put it. Description is the art of using information about what you can see, hear, taste, touch, and smell to help your reader EXPERIENCE your words.
The aim of description is to reach out and touch your reader’s senses and emotions; to create a relationship between your reader and your writing.
The aim of narrative is to create a structure and order that guide your reader through your text. Narrative answers the “and then…?” question. A narrative text tells a story by presenting actions and events in a logical time order. Most fictional texts are narrative.
Narrative is not as flowery or detailed as description. It presents a more distanced and factual view of events. In narrative, you observe rather than experience the story events.
Exposition is the style of writing we read in newspapers and articles. The aim of exposition is to explain connections, show how something works, or how something should be done. Exposition explains complex issues, reports on topics, and offers the reader hands-on information from an impartial, authoritative standpoint.
Use exposition to analyze and explain complex issues in a precise and objective way. For example, “The Administrative Structure of the European Union.,” or “Conflict in Cashmere: The Historical Background.”
These days exposition is primarily a non-fiction style. It has been used in fiction in the past to fill readers in on background before a story begins in earnest, but it goes in and out of fiction fashion. At the moment it’s pretty much out of favor, but don’t let that put you off using small doses if it’s best for what you want to do.
The aim of instruction is to inform, educate, and influence your reader to act. An instructive text educates readers or influence their actions by advising about a topic. This text style usually includes commands and instructions.
Instructive texts can be purely descriptive and objective (How To Mend A Punctured Bicycle Tire) or didactic, i.e., carry a subjective moral message (How Bring The Biblical Commandments To Life.)
The aim of persuasion (argumentation) is to persuade readers to adopt a specific view and act accordingly. Persuasion is a non-fiction style that deals with ideas and controversy. The writer presents a clear opinion and personal views on a topic, then provides facts and reasons (arguments) to support her stance.
You might want a reader to act by purchasing a product, by signing a petition, by making a donation to charity, or by voting for your candidate in an election.
Tour over! Those are the four basic writing styles. Now you know which tool is best for which task, and that means you’ll be able to make the most effective style choices when you write.
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How to Build a Writer's Toolkit for Students
A writer’s toolkit is a resource for students to use as a reference guide during writing workshop. A writer’s toolkit can take the form of a digital folder or even physical folder. Both options can work for students depending upon the needs of your students— or your individual preference.
Here are the basic steps for building a writer’s toolkit for students to use during writing workshop throughout the school year.
Step One: Use Backward Design
The first step in helping students develop a writer’s toolkit is to use backward design and start with the end in mind. This means to look at the final writing product of the semester or the year and then work backwards to determine the targeted writing skills that students will need to work on to build up to the final writing product.
Once you have determined the final writing product, make a list of scaffolded skills and organize them in a logical order that builds throughout the semester or marking period.
Here is a suggested sequence of writing skills for an argumentative essay:
Selecting textual evidence
Blending textual evidence
Crafting commentary and analysis
Academic language & vocabulary
Editing and revision
This is just a suggested sample list of skills, but you can craft your list of skills according to your students’ needs.
Step Two: Create Informational Handouts for Each skill
After creating a list of scaffolded and targeted writing skills for your writing unit, you can create handouts that can be used during writing workshop. Students can keep these handouts as reference guides throughout the writing process. These handouts form the crux of the writer’s toolkit for students. I like to have have my students keep their writing workshop handouts in a folder that they keep in the classroom. I also provide a wall of reference folders where I keep extra copies of skills-based handouts for students to take as needed.
I find that having students keep a writer’s toolkit helps them to be more independent learners and writers. It also reinforces learning and writing mini-lessons.
Check out this pack of 25 Essential Handouts for Writing Workshop from Bespoke ELA if you’d like to have print-ready resources to use in your classroom.
Step Three: Allow Students to Create Their Own Tools
As a final step in this process— or alongside giving out handouts and tools for a writer’s toolkit, students can likewise create their own handouts and tools to use. One of the things I like to have my students do is create doodle notes pages for targeted writing skills. When students can sort, categorize, and process information on their own and in their own way, it can help them to understand it in their own way.
Here are some other options that students can use to create their own tools for a writer’s toolkit:
Infographics (see Canva.com )
Do’s and Don’ts list
Lists of examples and rules
There are many more ideas where these come from, but hopefully, this list gets you started off on the right foot for helping students create their own writer’s toolkits.
What else would you add to this list? Please leave us a comment. We’d love to hear from you!
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Meredith is the founder and creator of TeachWriting.org and Bespoke ELA. She has taught high school English for 10+ years in Dallas, Chicago, and New York City and holds a M.A. in Literature from Northwestern University. She has always had a connection to the written word-- through songwriting, screenplay writing, and essay writing-- and she enjoys the process of teaching students how to express their ideas. Meredith enjoys life with her sweet daughter and Yorkie.
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