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Levels E, H and K Rubrics of Different Text Types

Reading Response

Narrative

Level E Writing Exemplars of Different Text Types

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E1 : Drawing Ideas with Details

E2: Fragments and Complete Sentences

E3: Writing Complete Sentences

E4: Writing a Title

Standards: E.W.1.A.2, E.W.2.A.2, E.W.2R.A.2
Teacher guide
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Writing prompt
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E5: Writing the Topic Sentence
E6: Write Supporting Ideas

E7: Using Question Marks and Exclamation Points
E8: Capital Letters

E1 : Generate Ideas


E2a: Write a simple sentence
Part 1
E2b: Write a simple sentence
Part 2

Standards: E.W.1.C.1, E.W.4.B.1, E.W.4.C.2
Teacher guide
Worksheet
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E4a: Write about what you like and don´t like Part 1
E4b: Write about what you like and don´t like Part 2
E5: What´s a reason?
E6: Use of ! ? .
E7: Write new words
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Rubric and How to Score

Levels E, H and K Rubrics of Different Text Types

Reading Response

Narrative

Level H Writing Exemplars of Different Text Types

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Mentor Texts

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Mini-Lessons and Downloadable Activities
H1: Four Types of Sentences
H2: Introductory Sentence
H3: Supporting Sentences
H4: Conclusion Sentence
H5: Informative Paragraph
H6: Linking Words
H1: 4 Sentence Types
Using exclamation marks and question marks

H2: What´s a topic sentence? Stating your main opinion.
4 Sentence Types
H3: Differentiating between topic sentence and details


H4: Conclusion sentence

Standards: H.W.1.E.1, H.W.4.C.1
Teacher guide
Printable activities
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H5: What´s a paragraph?
Using a graphic organizer
H6: Use connecting words

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Levels H, K and M Rubrics of Different Text Types

Reading Response

Narrative

Level K Writing Exemplars of Different Text Types

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Mentor Texts

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Mini-Lessons and Downloadable Activities
K1: Writing a Three-Paragraph Informative Essay

Standards: K.W.2.A.1, K.W.4.A.1
Teacher guide
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K2: The Graphic Organizer for an Informative Three-Paragraph Essay
K3: The Introduction Paragraph of an Informative Three-Paragraph Essay
K4: The Body Paragraph of an Informative Three-Paragraph Essay

K5: The Conclusion Paragraph of an Informative Three-Paragraph Essay

K6: Writing Compound Sentences and Longer Sentences with Special Phrases
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Reading Response

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Levels K, M and PQ Rubrics of Different Text Types

Reading Response

Narrative

Level M Writing Exemplars of Different Text Types

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M4: The Introduction Paragraph
M5: The Body Paragraphs

M6: The Conclusion Paragraph
M7: Extending Sentences
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Opinion

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Reading Response

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Narrative

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Mentor Texts
Mini-Lessons and Downloadable Activities
E1 : Drawing Ideas with Details

E2: Fragments and Complete Sentences

E3: Writing Complete Sentences

E4: Writing a Title

Standards: E.W.1.A.2, E.W.2.A.2, E.W.2R.A.2
Teacher guide
Printable activities
Writing prompt
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E5: Writing the Topic Sentence
E6: Write Supporting Ideas

E7: Using Question Marks and Exclamation Points
E8: Capital Letters

H1: Four Types of Sentences
H2: Introductory Sentence
H3: Supporting Sentences
H4: Conclusion Sentence
H5: Informative Paragraph
H6: Linking Words
K1: Writing a Three-Paragraph Informative Essay

Standards: K.W.2.A.1, K.W.4.A.1
Teacher guide
Printable activities
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K2: The Graphic Organizer for an Informative Three-Paragraph Essay
K3: The Introduction Paragraph of an Informative Three-Paragraph Essay
K4: The Body Paragraph of an Informative Three-Paragraph Essay

K5: The Conclusion Paragraph of an Informative Three-Paragraph Essay

K6: Writing Compound Sentences and Longer Sentences with Special Phrases
M4: The Introduction Paragraph
M5: The Body Paragraphs

M6: The Conclusion Paragraph
M7: Extending Sentences
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Rubric and How to Score

Cross Level Rubrics

Writing Exemplars

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Mentor Texts

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Mini-Lessons and Downloadable Activities
E1 : Generate Ideas


E2a: Write a simple sentence
Part 1
E2b: Write a simple sentence
Part 2

Standards: E.W.1.C.1, E.W.4.B.1, E.W.4.C.2
Teacher guide
Worksheet
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E4a: Write about what you like and don´t like Part 1
E4b: Write about what you like and don´t like Part 2
E5: What´s a reason?
E6: Use of ! ? .
E7: Write new words
H1: 4 Sentence Types
Using exclamation marks and question marks

H2: What´s a topic sentence? Stating your main opinion.
4 Sentence Types
H3: Differentiating between topic sentence and details


H4: Conclusion sentence

Standards: H.W.1.E.1, H.W.4.C.1
Teacher guide
Printable activities
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H5: What´s a paragraph?
Using a graphic organizer
H6: Use connecting words

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Coming in May, 2024

Student Checklists and Graphic Organizers
Coming in July, 2024
Coming in August, 2024