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15-Minute Language Arts Skill-builders

Written by Barbara Doherty and Charlotte Jaffe Add sparkle and fun to the language arts classroom! The self-directing activities can be used as warm-ups, homework assignments, independent extensions, cooperative-learning projects, competitions, or preparation for standardized tests. The book is divided into 6 sections: Synonyms & Antonyms, Using Words Wisely, Determine the Meaning, Sequencing, Fact or Opinion, and Interpreting. Activities challenge students’ higher-level thinking and offer teachers an excellent evaluation tool! 80 pages. Grades 3 to 6. ... More Info

ISBN 978-1-58776-256-7

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Words! Words! Words!

This book is about words, especially the words of the complex and wonderful English language. Starting with cave drawings, the book traces the development of language and communication from its early beginnings to the present day. You will find a wide array of exciting and challenging activities that will spark your students’ interest and help them to improve their skills in language.

ISBN 978-158776-257-4

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Create-A-Fantasy

Students like to create, write, and share stories; however, they can be baffled and become resentful when told to write a short story without being shown how to write one. Not knowing where nor how to begin, much less how to develop and end, they often write one skimpy paragraph and call it a short story. Conversely, when they are led through the structure of a story step by step, they often surprise themselves with the results. ... More Info

ISBN 978-158776-327-4

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Create-A-Future

Create-a-Future: Writing a Science-Fiction Story builds on the existing knowledge of and interest in science fiction. SF can give students a springboard for examining, analyzing, and discussing their futures. It also makes an excellent springboard to the study of a variety of subjects—values, the future, sociology, history, technology, philosophy, and biology—however, Create-a-Future uses sf to encourage students to be creative, especially in writing. ... More Info

ISBN 978-158776-334-2

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Create-A-Monster

Students like to create, write, and share stories; however, they can be baffled and become resentful when told to write a short story without being shown how to write one. Not knowing where nor how to begin, much less how to develop and end, they often write one skimpy paragraph and call it a short story. Conversely, when they are led through the structure of a story step by step, they often surprise themselves with the results. ... More Info

ISBN 978-158776-330-4

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Create-An-Autobiography

Students like to create, write, and share stories; however, they can be baffled and become resentful when told to write a short story without being shown how to write one. Not knowing where nor how to begin, much less how to develop and end, they often write one skimpy paragraph and call it a short story. Conversely, when they are led through the structure of a story step by step, they often surprise themselves with the results. ... More Info

ISBN 978-158776-332-8

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Teaching Kids to Write

Teaching Kids to Write is a combination teacher handbook and student activity book. Part I, For Teachers helps teachers clarify their goals and approach the writing process one step at a time. Sections deal with Warm-up Activities; Journals, Diaries and Notebooks; and Writing Activities and include brainstorming, oral composition, unfinished dialogue, group-created stories, and much more. Part II, For Students comprises 40 writing activities. 80 pages. Grades 4 to 8.

ISBN 978-158776-298-7

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Young Writers at Work

Combination teacher resource book and student activity book, Young Writers at Work provides a wealth of suggestions, activities, and ideas to teach children to write. Part 1: Nonfiction introduces the 4 basic types of writing: expository, descriptive, narrative, and persuasive. Twelve activities provide practice in nonfiction writing. Part 2: Fiction introduces students to fiction and provides ideas to generate good writing. Part 3: Student Writing Activities comprises 40 motivating creative-writing activities. 96 pages. Grades 4 to 8.

ISBN 978-158776-297-0

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Create-A-Poem

Create a Poem is divided into 7 sections: Beginning Activities, The Shape of Poetry, Types of Poetry, Elements of Poetry, Getting and Developing Ideas, Poetry Showcase, and Student Poetry. There are 45 student activities. Among the forms featured are: “If I Could,” Parodies, Jingles, and Name Poems; Stanzas, Cinquains, Haiku, and Tanka; Diamond, Column, Alphabet, and Concrete Poems; Limericks; and others. Also covered are similes, metaphors, understatement, overstatement, oxymora, paradoxes, personification, apostrophe, idioms, aphorisms, sensory language and more! ... More Info

ISBN 978-158776-326-7

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Create-A-Utopia

Students like to create, write, and share stories; however, they can be baffled and become resentful when told to write a short story without being shown how to write one. Not knowing where nor how to begin, much less how to develop and end, they often write one skimpy paragraph and call it a short story. Conversely, when they are led through the structure of a story step by step, they often surprise themselves with the results. ... More Info

ISBN 978-158776-329-8

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